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About the Course

This course is meant to be an introduction to Java as a second language, if you are familiar with any computer programming language. It could be shell scripting, knowledge of older Java versions, JavaScript, etc. This course will allow you to quickly pick up the Java programming language. You will learn Java Object Orientation, and see the parallels with other programming paradigms. This is course 1 of a 3 course Specialization titled Java as a Second Language. It assumes that you know some programming and want to transfer that knowledge into learning Java. Lab exercises will be performed using your system and Java installation. The instructor will guide you through setting up and configuring your environment and working through the labs. Java can be installed on just about any type of computer, but the instructor will demonstrate the installation on a Windows system....
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By Jovanny U

Dec 20, 2020

It is a great and simple introduction to Java

By Dudam P

Feb 5, 2021

wonderful learning experience with this...

By RtiZtiC

Jan 12, 2021

provides great base for the new comers

By SUJAL S

Jan 6, 2021

Thanks For This Course #COursera

By PROJOTI G

Feb 6, 2021

best courses

By Robert A

Jan 1, 2021

I do not think that the topics cover on this first part of the course is the ideal. I would prefer to start to translate the basics as the printf, scanf, if statments, switch, do, while, etc. And then add the specifict stuff java related and the non as basic topics.

By Per E J

Dec 10, 2020

Not sure how much consideration the course actually take to you having knowledge in other languages

By md s h

Jan 13, 2021

if the video of labs done by teacher would have been provided it would have been of great help.

By Alexander B

Jul 1, 2021

N​o programming excercises, only a quiz after each lecture.... I don't understand it