Java tutorial for beginners

  • Course level: Beginner
  • Categories Development
  • Duration 2h 47m
  • Total Enrolled 1
  • Last Update July 23, 2022



Java is an object oriented language that was originally designed to run on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The JVM is a virtual machine which allows programs written in Java to run on any platform that has a compatible JVM installed.

What Is Java?
Java is an object-oriented programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine. Java is one of the most popular languages today. It is used for developing applications such as web browsers, desktop applications, mobile apps, games, etc.

Why Should You Learn Java?
If you are looking for a career in software development then learning Java is a must. There are several reasons why you should learn Java. First, Java is a very versatile language. It has been used for developing various kinds of applications. Second, Java is easy to learn. Third, there are plenty of job opportunities available for Java developers. Fourth, Java is a platform independent language. This means that you can use Java to develop applications for different platforms. Fifth, Java is a cross-platform language. This means that it works across multiple operating systems. Sixth, Java is open source. This means that you do not need any license to use Java. Seventh, Java is free to download and install. Eighth, Java is supported by Oracle Corporation. Ninth, Java is a secure language. Tenth, Java is a mature technology.

The Basics Of Java
Java is an object-oriented programming language. Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a method of creating computer programs where objects interact with each other. An object is a self-contained unit of data and functionality. Objects communicate with one another through messages. A message contains both the sender and receiver of the message. Messages are sent between objects using variables called parameters. Parameters contain values that are passed to methods. Methods are functions within an object that perform actions.

Object Oriented Programming
OOP is a powerful paradigm for software design. It allows programmers to build large applications by combining smaller pieces into larger ones. This approach makes it easier to reuse code because it reduces the need to rewrite existing code when new features are added.

Data Types
A data type defines how values are stored in memory. There are two main categories of data types: numeric and non-numeric. Numeric data types store numbers while non-numeric data types store other kinds of data.

You will learn how to create programs using java. In this Java tutorial for beginners you will learn about object oriented concepts like inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, etc.

The Course Content

In this course, we will start with the basics of Java. We will cover the following topics:
1) What is Java?
2) How does Java work?
3) Object Oriented Concepts

This course covers all of the main concepts you need to know in order to start programming in Java with a strong emphasis on object oriented design. This course assumes no prior programming knowledge, just a desire to learn to program.


Course includes:

Lesson 01:   What is Java Programming

Lesson 02:   Loops

Lesson 03:   If Statement

Lesson 04:   Boolean Statement

Lesson 05:   Dynamic Programming

Lesson 06:   For Loop

Lesson 07:   Do While Loop

Lesson 08:   Introduction to Arrays

Lesson 09:   Making Dynamic Arrays

Lesson 10:   Using Loop With Arrays

Lesson 11:    Nesting loops



What Will I Learn?

  • This Java course covers all of the main concepts you need to know in order to start programming in Java. This course assumes no prior programming knowledge, just a desire to learn to program.

Topics for this course

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Material Includes

  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Certificate of completion


  • Basic understanding of computers and the Internet. No prior knowledge of programming required.

Target Audience

  • - Anyone who wants to learn Java
  • - IT Professionals who want to quickly expand their technical knowledge.
  • - Beginner developer