MyPage is a personalized page based on your interests.The page is customized to help you to find content that matters you the most.


I'm not curious

Learning To Program In Java 8 - Video Based Training

Course Summary

A beginners guide to learning to program in Java 8 from Infinite Skills


  • +

    Course Syllabus

    • Course Introduction
      • Important - Download These First - Working Files
      • 0101 Introduction To Learning Java 8My First Lecture
      • 0102 Course Overview And Author Introduction
      • 0103 How To Access Your Working Files
    • Core Concepts Of Java
      • 0201 Java Versions
      • 0202 Anatomy Of A Java Program
    • Installing A Development Environment
      • 0301 Installing The JDK And Eclipse For Windows
      • 0302 Installing The JDK And Eclipse For OSX
      • 0303 Installing The JDK And Eclipse For Linux
    • First Steps
      • 0401 Creating A Project And Package
      • 0402 Writing Your First Java Class
      • 0403 Compiling And Running A Java Class
      • 0404 Course Project Class Diagram
    • Data Types and Variables - Scrapbook
      • 0501 Creating A Scrapbook Page
      • 0502 Defining Variables
      • 0503 Working With Integers
      • 0504 Working With Floating Point Variables
      • 0505 Defining Boolean Variables
      • 0506 Defining String Variables
      • 0507 Defining Date Variables
      • 0508 Documenting Out Project Fields
    • Anatomy Of A Class
      • 0601 Class Declaration
      • 0602 Fields And Comments
      • 0603 Constructors
      • 0604 Getter And Setter Methods
      • 0605 Using The Passenger Class - Part 1
      • 0606 Using The Passenger Class - Part 2
    • Unit Testing
      • 0701 Creating A Test Class
      • 0702 Writing Test Methods - Part 1
      • 0703 Writing Test Methods - Part 2
      • 0704 Test Driven Development
      • 0705 Writing The Flight Test Class
      • 0706 Writing The Flight Class - Part 1
      • 0707 Writing The Flight Class - Part 2
      • 0708 Writing The Flight Class - Part 3
      • 0709 Finishing The Flight Class
      • 0710 Exercise - Build The Seat Class
      • 0711 Solution - Building The Seat Class
      • 0712 Using The toString Method
      • 0713 Creating And Running A Test Suite
    • Passing Data Between Objects
      • 0801 Parameters And Arguments
      • 0802 Return Values
      • 0803 Using Multiple Constructors
      • 0804 Using Objects As Field Types
      • 0805 Testing The Ticket Class
      • 0806 Review Of Data Classes
    • Storing Objects In ArrayLists
      • 0901 Introduction To ArrayLists
      • 0902 Creating The Database Class
      • 0903 Adding Fields And Methods To The Database Class
      • 0904 Adding ArrayList Elements
      • 0905 Accessing ArrayList Elements
      • 0906 Bootstrapping The Database
      • 0907 Searching For ArrayList Elements
      • 0908 Removing ArrayList Elements
    • Java Syntax
      • 1001 While Loops
      • 1002 For Loops
      • 1003 Enhanced For Loops
      • 1004 If Statements
      • 1005 Comparison Operators
      • 1006 Modifying The addPassenger Method
      • 1007 Testing The addPassenger Method
      • 1008 Writing The addTicket Method
      • 1009 Writing The getOpenSeats Method
    • Using The Console For User Input
      • 1101 Outlining The Console Class
      • 1102 Creating The Console Main Loop
      • 1103 Receiving Screen Input
      • 1104 Testing For Exceptions
      • 1105 Receiving The Flight Number
      • 1106 Receiving The Seat Number
      • 1107 Booking The Ticket
    • Deploying Your Application
      • 1201 Creating A JAR File
      • 1202 Running A JAR File
    • Object Inheritance
      • 1301 Creating A Subclass
      • 1302 Finishing The Subclass
      • 1303 Using A Subclass
      • 1304 Method Overriding
    • Persistence Using Files
      • 1401 Reading From A File
      • 1402 Writing To A File
    • Logging
      • 1501 Introduction To Logging
      • 1502 Using Global Logging
      • 1503 Configuring Class Level Logging
      • 1504 Adding Logging Statements


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

Attended this course?

Back to Top

Awards & Accolades for MyTechLogy
Winner of
REDHERRING
Top 100 Asia
Finalist at SiTF Awards 2014 under the category Best Social & Community Product
Finalist at HR Vendor of the Year 2015 Awards under the category Best Learning Management System
Finalist at HR Vendor of the Year 2015 Awards under the category Best Talent Management Software
Hidden Image Url

Back to Top