In this Interface Video Blog, Java instructor Judy Lipinski discusses what developers will need to know before getting started developing with Java.
Judy says that Java programming is a great programming language for beginners to learn. Java teaches students how to understand Object Oriented concepts. There is a great deal of flexibility with Java. For example, it can be designed on a Mac or PC and then deployed to a Linux Server without the need to change any of the Java code.
In this video, Judy also discusses topics relating to Java including:
Java Security vulnerabilities.
How Java is being used for Android App development and different areas of client side and enterprise applications using Java Servlets. Java has been around for a while and is one of the early tools that allow different environments to communicate. Java is open source so you’re not locked in to using only one vendor.
You can get started in Java simply using a text editor but tools that simplify the process are Eclipse, IntellijIDEA and NetBeans. These tools are free and once someone learns one tool, it’s rather simple to use the other options.
Judy also discusses what the numerous acronyms associated with Java include JDK, SDK, JRE and JVM mean. How similar or different is Java from C# programming and what the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is.
Finally, Judy discuses what students should already know before attending Java training?
Judy Lipinski teaches JAVA200: Java Programming – An In-Depth Introduction at Interface Technical Training in Phoenix, AZ. This class can be attended from anyher online with RemoteLive™.