Just published my first course “Show Me the Code! Tank War in Java” in Udemy! It’s avaiable for free access till April 28 with coupon code EASTER2019. Wanna have a try, man?
MOOC by University of Helsinki was said to be good and was actually very good. If you are a Java beginner who is searching for well-organized exercises, it won’t disappoint you. Object-Oriented Programming with Java Part I and Part II. Register an account at Test My Code. Set up the development environment. Finish all the exercises there. That’s all.
“To see a world in a grain of sand”, and we would probably see a world in the simplest “Hello World”, so here we go, once again we will say Hello to the World.
Recently some of my students asked me about the mechanism of unit test provided by MOOC from University of Helsinki, I checked their implementation and think it would be helpful for beginners to understand what happened actually, so this little article was posted.
In the last post I introduced 5 “books” from beginner to intermediate, this time I’d like to add more stuff. Beware, they would hurt your brain permanently, take care and be prepared!
Honestly speaking, there is no need to post an article on the topic “Top 10 Books For Java Learners”, which is possibly older than your age. I do this for the 12 students I’m teaching Java programming language recently, I’d like to summarize a book list of 10 for their reference. I don’t want to recommend books said to be great but I never read, so some of the books listed here maybe not that famous or popular, but at least they are good to me and helped me a lot in the past.
You search on Google every day, and as a programmer, you would probably search on GitHub every day. Are you sure you know how to search GitHub repositories effectively? Let’s check out these 7 tips you probably didn’t know.
Yes, you can write short, clean Java code following 7 tips introduced in this article. Some of them might make you surprised, but trust me, they are proved practices - at least by me.
No matter what programming language you are learning, Fibonacci numbers calculation is just too classic to skip. It seems very easy to implement, but also can be deep enough to catch up with, especially when the number is super big. Have you thought that ever before?