Videos

Programming Tip – Teach Yourselves programming in 10 Years

3 days ago
Programming Tip – Teach Yourselves programming in 10 Years. Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages. We take an hands-on approach using a combination of JShell(An awesome new feature in Java 9) and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and Code Examples. Course Guide […]

Java Tip – String Contatenation

4 days ago
Java Tip – String Contatenation. Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages. We take an hands-on approach using a combination of JShell(An awesome new feature in Java 9) and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and Code Examples. Course Guide PDF – courses.in28minutes.com/p/java-tutorial-for-beginner-in-250-steps Installation […]

Java Tip – 02 – Blocks

1 week ago
Java Tip – 02 Blocks. Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages. We take an hands-on approach using a combination of JShell(An awesome new feature in Java 9) and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and Code Examples. Course Guide PDF – courses.in28minutes.com/p/java-tutorial-for-beginner-in-250-steps Installation […]

Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript

1 week ago
JavaScript is the most popular and versatile programming language in the world. But learning JavaScript nowadays (like any new technology) can be challenging, especially if it’s the first programming language you learn. Episode Schedule: Examples of Things Made with JavaScript Write JavaScript Now • Working with Data • Storing & Tracking information with Variables • […]

Java Exception Handling Tutorial – 09 – Throwing an Exception

1 week ago
Java Exception Handling Tutorial. Throwing an Exception Currencies Do Not Match Runtime Exception. Java is one of the most popular object oriented programming languages. We take an hands-on approach using a combination of JShell(An awesome new feature in Java 9) and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and […]

Web Native with Vaadin – @amahdy7

2 weeks ago
AMahdy Abdelaziz (@amahdy7) talks about Vaadin, a web-native platform and how it’s becoming possible to build applications that rival native apps in usability and functionality, while still maintaining the best parts of Web – low friction and simple sharing. More at www.youtube.com/user/vaadinofficial

Becoming a Speaker with @Melissa_Suggs4, @heathervc and @NoriSangeeta

2 weeks ago
Melissa (@Melissa_Suggs4), Sangeeta Nori (@NoriSangeeta), and Heather Vancura (@heathervc) discuss topics to present, career change, build your network and more

MTA for Java Devs Part 5

2 weeks ago
To conclude the series In part 5, I use the message service’s REST endpoint to replace one part of the application UI with a Javascript client. The original application client UI was written in Java Server Pages (JSP) so that any UI changes required the application to be recompiled and redeployed. I can use modern […]

MTA for Java Devs Part 4

2 weeks ago
Part 4 takes advantage of the messaging service I added in part 3. In this installment, I’ll add self service analytics powered by the open source Elasticsearch / Kibana stack. The reporting database and analytics UI run in containers and the worker is updated to also store data in Elasticsearch. The Docker platform supports adding […]

Panel with Java Experts

2 weeks ago
Venkat @venkat_s, Ivar @ivar_grimstad, Jonathan @JoroRoss, Mercedes @itrjwyss, Heather @heathervc, Ed @edburns, Mary @mgrygles give advice on how developers can manage their careers and create opportunities for further advancement by participating in collaborative activities such as open-source development projects and participation the Java Community Process and adoption efforts. In this session you will learn practical […]

Groovy Podcast

2 weeks ago
Baruch Sadogursky @jbaruch, Ken Kousen @kenkousen, and Andres Almiray @aalmiray talk about Groovy, Groovy use cases and much more. Groovy Podcast homepage: groovypodcast.podbean.com

TWC9: Windows Developer Awards Voting Opens, AI courses from Microsoft, Serial Console Access in Azure and more

2 weeks ago
Christina is back (and apologies for the late upload, that is 100% Christina’s fault), bringing you the lastest dev news, including: [00:56] Microsoft Build Registration is open [01:10] Windows Developer Awards 2018 voting is open now [01:20] Azure Developer Tour [01:55] VM Serial Console access in Azure [02:29] Microsoft Will Invest $5B in IoT [03:15] […]