Become A Junior Java Software Developer

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This course is designed for those interested to learn how to develop software using Java.

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Finally, a complete Java software development essentials course that includes real internship opportunities for qualified students!

I not only teach the core topics of Java, but also covers necessary analytical skills like Algorithms and practical skills like reading and handling data from files, and job-specific skills like building a student database and analyzing the criteria of passwords.

This course was developed by a combination of developers, recruiters, and business managers that together, outlined and curated a curriculum based on the hiring needs and requirements in the industry.

Designed for individuals looking to kick-start a new career in software development, this course starts at the beginning assuming no previous knowledge in programming.

This course includes:

  • All relevant slides and notes
  • Practical training
  • Conceptual lectures

I focus on keeping the training practical and applicable to a real-world project. While learning the concepts is important, you must demonstrate your knowledge by being able to write programs, analyze what’s happening behind the scenes, and have a working understanding of basic algorithms and computations.

While not created based on Oracle’s certification program, this course will help prepare you for the Programmer Level I Exam to earn the Oracle Certified Associate certificate.

  • Get comfortable with controlling the flow of programs
  • Understand and apply the core concepts of object-oriented programming
  • Know the different data structures and practice traversing through arrays and collections
  • Master the common algorithms in computer science
  • Learn topics conceptually and practically to help you ace your job interview

What will I learn?

  • Learn how to be comfortable with writing and designing Java applications
  • Know how to apply core concepts of object-oriented programming to a project
  • Have the knowledge to build holistic, real-world practical applications from the ground up
  • Write common algorithms covered in computer science courses
  • Network with recruiters, hiring managers, and tech professionals
  • How to walk into your first job interview and code review with confidence

What are the requirements?

  • Basic experience working with a computer
  • Basic understanding of analytical problem solving
  • Windows or Mac (course taught from Windows)

Who is the target audience?

  • Career-changers looking to start from scratch
  • Recent graduate looking to get job-specific training
  • Current students looking or preparing for the job market
  • QA/Manual testers looking to transition to automation

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned how to build and develop software with Java.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections


Preparing The Java Development Environment

Creating A Java Application In Notepad

Getting Started With Eclipse As IDE

The Hello World Application


Conditional Logic: If-Then Blocks

Conditional Logic: Switch-Blocks

Functions: Return Types And Arguments


Loops: Do, While, For

String API

Practical: Computing The Fibonnaci Number

Fundamentals Of Object-Oriented Programming

Classes And Objects

Constructors And Overloading

Static Keyword And Final

Scope Of Variables

Inheritance And Overriding

Access Specifiers

Encapsulation And Data-Hiding



Practical: Building A Bank Account Application

What Is Source Control And Git?

Preparing The Git Environment And GitHub Repository

Uploading A Project To GitHub

Cloning A GitHub Repository

Managing Versions And Updates With Git

Exception Library And Hierarchy

Try-Catch-Finally Blocks

Creating And User-Defined Exception

Reading Data From A File

Writing Data To A File

Practical: Reading Phone Numbers From A File And Testing Condition

Introduction To Data Structures And Collections

Traversing A Single Array

Traversing Multi-Dimensional Arrays

List Interface

Set Interface

Map Interface

Practical: Reading Data From A CSV File

What Are Algorithms And Why You Need To Know Them

Linear Search

Binary Search

Bubble Sort


1 student review
  1. John Doe says:

    Learned so much
    I now have a job as a java software creator, thank you so much.