Go to the next level of programming in JAVA. Learn new working techniques and secrets of the language.
You’ve probably already completed the fundamentals of JAVA Level 2. If so, you know what to expect from this course. This is the third level of initiation that will complete the foundations of JAVA. As usual, you will learn everything using a whole lot of exercises and practical tasks.
After completing this course, you will be comfortable with the foundations of JAVA. You’ll learn many new working techniques and discover even more of the language’s capabilities. In the course you will go through a wide range of topics one by one: from the super keyword to the console and data structures. After completing the course, you will simply become a better programmer and reach a state that will allow you to further your career.
With this course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to finish learning the foundations of JAVA.
You will learn about super and this keywords.
You will learn what interfaces and abstract classes are.
You will master the use of switch instructions.
You will learn advanced techniques of working with class methods.
You will learn what overloading is.
You will learn how to handle arguments on the command line.
You will learn useful data structures: Lists, Maps and Sets.
As usual, the course is divided into small, easy to swallow sections. You will definitely know what to expect. As usual, you can complete it at the pace that suits you best.
Every few stages, you will find an additional set of assignments in the course to check your progress. This is a great opportunity to recall and consolidate your JAVA programming skills. You can always go back to the material you’ve covered before and pass it again. The course is available on your account without any restrictions and you can use it whenever you want.
At the very end, before getting the certificate, you have to pass the exam which is a series of assignments from the whole content. This is another opportunity to test yourself and make up for any shortcomings.