As I edit some old articles, I’m realizing that some of the content would make good standalone articles like the information on the 8 primitive types in Java.
As a new user of Kotlin, I wanted to write some articles like my How to Python series. To start, let’s learn how to initialize an ArrayList in Kotlin.
Usually, I try not to write too many opinion pieces about code, but I felt like I should mention that it’s okay to test private methods.
After long last, I’ve finally decided to take a look at Kotlin while building an Android app. Now, I want to talk about the language.
When it comes to teaching Java, some tools are better than others. That’s why I urge my students to use DrJava, an IDE for educators.
When learning a new programming language, it can be helpful to play with the basic operations. That’s why I’ve written a lab for Java number exploration.
As I continue to teach, I’m constantly introduced to new ways to code. For instance, one of my students just introduced me to `i = i++`. Care to guess how it works?
Most teachers will tell you that the worst part of the job is grading. That’s why I automated my grading responsibilities.
Recently, I found out that the `else if` keyword doesn’t exist. To put it bluntly, you’re going to want to read this one.
As a teacher, I like to warn my students of the various pitfalls in computer science. Today, let’s talk about Java’s substring method.