New videos will be released every Weekend
This course is a continuation of the ever-popular "Beginners java" courses that were up quite some time ago. These will continue off of that same mindset. These will handle all the information that you will need to land yourself in a job interview and (hopefully) get you through it.
- Lecture 0: Setting up eclipse and the plugins that we will be using for our course
Video is available here: http://youtu.be/Xa9aE_rGHb8
It is highly recommended that:
- You have an internet connection capable of watching youtube videos
- You have a proficiency for spoken English language
- Your computer have the capability to run at least windows xp
- You came from the course here: http://ureddit.com/class/23649/introduction-to-java--a-video-guided-tutorial for obvious reasons.
- You have a fair amount of time and personal resources to learn, this won't be a quick course, and concepts will be a lot more abstract / difficult than in the first set of videos.
Course Introduction: http://youtu.be/Af9UuvzFTfI
There will be some Q/A sessions that I might do live for basic questions about how to think through certain problems and how to work backwards through issues.
Contact is best if done through IRC (irc.torn.com) where either myself (DemonSkye / Damien) and my helper TheArrowFlies can help you in realtime.
The second best method would be youtube comments, followed by reddit (sarevok9 is my username) and lastly on here, as I tend to check my stuff the least often of the above (although it should still be pretty often)
I work for one of the world's largest alternative energy companies on an engineering / automation / network administration team (Our current job title is Network Administrator, but that's under review and is expected to change to technical engineer in the next few weeks).
During my time on this team I've programmed in a handful of languages, ranging from powershell and batch programming up through more eloquent solutions implemented in Java / jsp / Mysql.