Mini-courses on Java

After taking our courses on Java 1 and Java 2, take additional mini-courses to delve into more topics related to Java.

Each mini-course is designed to focus on a specific area to help you section off this important content in order to really focus on it and learn it. Many schools will teach you these concepts all at once, and give you every eventuality related to each concept. Instead I focus on topics so that you can understand the underlying concepts behind various constructs—that way you will know how it works and that you can do it before you are given one hundred different ways it can be varied.

As always, you will have the benefit of video walkthroughs for every exercise.

In this self-contained course you will find everything you need in the course booklet.

Read, Watch and Complete

  1. Read the each chapter in the course booklet (in pdf form).

  2. Watch the videos for each exercise (links can be found in the course booklet).

  3. Complete the exercises to complete the course.

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Learn how to structure for loops, while loops and do-while loops in this course

Content - for Loops: Java 3

In For Loops Mini-Course: Java 3, we will complete several exercises that will show you how to:

  • Set up a while loop with an easy-to-understand explanation

  • Set up and execute a for loop also with an easily understandable explanation

  • Stop an infinite loop in your IDE (IntelliJ)

  • Execute and set up a do - while loop

  • Nest a while loop within an if-else statement

We purposely group our lessons together in easier-to-understand segments so as not to overwhelm our learners.

We must first master these concepts before we can rush into more difficult-to-understand concepts—after all this is not a race but a series of courses to help you understand these concepts that will be with you for the rest of your life.