Looks like we’re ready to wrap up our Java Basics series with a review. In this final lesson, we’ll take what we’ve learned to create a program which grades tests.
A large part of maintaining code is following proper guidelines for readability and style. In this lesson, we cover two main core principles for writing clean and readable code. As a bonus, we’ll also cover a few specific topics like comments and braces.
Sometimes you want a chunk of code to be run more than once. Rather than copying and pasting it a set number of times, why not dump it into a loop? In this tutorial, we cover Java looping mechanisms.
Errors in code are inevitable. The challenge as a developer is to make sure bugs don’t make their way into production code. Fortunately, JUnit testing can be used to minimize the risk of bugs.
Control flow is a set of mechanisms that drive the order of code execution. In this lesson we’ll cover a few of those mechanisms such as if, else if, else, and switch statements.
This tutorial focuses on overall class structure using the classic “Hello World” example. The topics covered include the main method as well as compilation and execution.
This tutorial introduces two basic method types: static and instance. The main focus is to learn the basics of method calls before we dive into classes.
So if Strings aren’t Java primitive types, what are they? This tutorial expands on the concept of strings and their role as reference types in Java.
Let’s kick off our Java basics journey by getting comfortable with the Java primitive types. In this lesson, we’ll cover the various primitive types and their role in arithmetic and variable declarations.
Welcome to The Renegade Coder Java tutorial series. Every new member kicks off their journey here. In this lesson, we’ll get acclimated with basic computer science concepts like logic gates, binary, and arithmetic.