Java is one of the most important of all computer programming languages. But learning Java can seem like a daunting task. Not any longer! With this course you will learn Java step-by-step, from the basics right through to advanced topics. This course is, quite simply, the fastest, easiest way to learn Java programming.
This Java Programming Master Course includes over 85 videos to explain every topic in detail. All the source code is provided in sample programs ready-to-run on a PC or a Mac. And there is even a 125-page eBook, The Little Book Of Java, to provide even more information on all the topics discussed.
If you want to master Java programming quickly and easily, this is course for you.
A Java compiler and development environment (both are available free)
Huw Collingbourne is the technology director at SapphireSteel Software, developers of tools for Microsoft Visual Studio. He is author of The Book Of Ruby from No Starch Press. He runs Bitwise Courses (http://www.bitwisecourses.com) and teaches courses on a range of programming topics.
Huw has been a programmer for more than 30 years. He is a well-known technology writer in the UK. For over ten years he wrote the Delphi and Object Pascal programming column for PC Plus Magazine. He has also written numerous opinion and programming columns (including tutorials on C, C#, Java, Smalltalk, Delphi and Ruby) for a number of computer magazines, such as Computer Shopper, Flash & Flex Developer’s Magazine, PC Pro, and PC Plus.
In the 1980s he was a pop music journalist and interviewed most of the New Romantic stars, such as Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Adam Ant, Boy George, and Depeche Mode. He is now writing a series of New Romantic murder mysteries.
At various times Huw has been a magazine publisher, editor, and TV broadcaster. He has an MA in English from the University of Cambridge and holds a 2nd dan black belt in aikido, a martial art which he teaches in North Devon, UK (http://hartlandaikido.blogspot.co.uk/). The aikido comes in useful when trying (usually unsuccessfully) to keep his Pyrenean Mountain Dogs under some semblance of control.