Java Objects (Retired)

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Imagine an environment where you can become an expert on a topic that interests you through interactive code challenges, exercises and insight from some of the best professors in the nation. You can become an experienced coder and know all there is to know about HTML, Javascript, HTML, CSS and so much more. One of the instructors is Chief Content Officer Nick Pettit, who is an experienced designer and public speaker, so he knows how to get concepts across in a clear and concise way to give...
Imagine an environment where you can become an expert on a topic that interests you through interactive code challenges, exercises and insight from some of the best professors in the nation. You can become an experienced coder and know all there is to know about HTML, Javascript, HTML, CSS and so much more. One of the instructors is Chief Content Officer Nick Pettit, who is an experienced designer and public speaker, so he knows how to get concepts across in a clear and concise way to give you the best learning experience possible. The professors of online classes at Treehouse deliver content in an informative yet easy-to-understand manner to suit a wide variety of learning styles. This learning platform features online quizzes, in-depth video lectures and code challenge exercises to help apply what you've learned to real world situations. With Treehouse, developing your career means learning straight from the professionals in a concise period of time so you can promptly use those skills in the workplace.

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Java is an Object Oriented Programming language. Literally everything is an object, so understanding them is critical to your Java foundational base. In this course, we will learn how to create, use and express ideas using objects.
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2 years, 8 months ago
Although this course is retired. And I advice anyone to take new Java Objects revisited course at Treehouse, I'll still write some nice words here about the course. It is very nice continuation of Java Basics Course on Treehouse. The nicest thing about this course, how Craig is using Sprint Backlog and items to keep track of tasks that he is going to do. It helped me a lot to just try out myself to do these cards and check his answer. Craig is teaching also proper design of applications in Java, close to MVC, where he uses Prompter as Controller, Hangman as Application Runner and Game for Model logic. This comes later one very helpful in Web Development and in general helps to see how things are separated in Java. Craig also introduces us to Java-REPL which is nice feature for Java Beginners Programmers. A lot of brain-storming quizzes, storming through which person gains a solid understanding of Java syntax and ... Although this course is retired. And I advice anyone to take new Java Objects revisited course at Treehouse, I'll still write some nice words here about the course. It is very nice continuation of Java Basics Course on Treehouse. The nicest thing about this course, how Craig is using Sprint Backlog and items to keep track of tasks that he is going to do. It helped me a lot to just try out myself to do these cards and check his answer. Craig is teaching also proper design of applications in Java, close to MVC, where he uses Prompter as Controller, Hangman as Application Runner and Game for Model logic. This comes later one very helpful in Web Development and in general helps to see how things are separated in Java. Craig also introduces us to Java-REPL which is nice feature for Java Beginners Programmers. A lot of brain-storming quizzes, storming through which person gains a solid understanding of Java syntax and object-oriented principles.
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