Code with Mosh | Ultimate Java Part 1: Fundamentals

Ultimate Java Part 1: Fundamentals

Code with Mosh | Ultimate Java Part 1: Fundamentals

Java is the most widely used and in-demand programming language.

It’s used in:

  • 90% of Fortune 500 company websites
  • Most big banks and financial companies to power their backends
  • All Android apps
  • Embedded apps and tools
  • Many, many more apps, tools and resources.

Job postings on show that last year there were 50% more jobs demanding Java skills than the second most popular language – Python, and nearly twice as many as JavaScript.

But despite its popularity, there’s lots of bad info out there about Java. Dozens of myths, misconceptions, bad advice and downright poor tutorials.

That’s why this series of courses is designed to be the Ultimate Java Course.

Part 1 will get you to grips with all the essential Java concepts and able to tackle basic projects with ease.

No fluff. No sloppy programming or phoney shortcuts. No over-complicated descriptions.

Just Java fundamentals, explained clearly, with plenty of chance to practice your new skills.

 Ultimate Java Part 1: Fundamentals

Accelerated Java Skills

This series of Java courses is like no other. Hundreds of hours of effort have been put in to making it the most comprehensive and structured ultimate collection of Java courses available today.

You’ll acquire all the skills to grasps all the fundamentals Java concepts in just 3 hours.

What you get:

  • Learn how to implement basic algorithms
  • Learn to write good code
  • Flexible learning, at your own pace, on any device


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Part one Part two Part three


Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

You can also use Ultimate Java Part 2: Object-oriented Programming Course 🙂

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