It has been 2 months since I launched my personal blogger “Old Young Boys Club”, I wrote about Soccer, Joke, and Java here. I also published them to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Reddit. Some of them attracted readers more than I expected, some of them, though I wrote with much effort and dedication, just keep silent:) Now I made a decision to focus on Java stuff mainly and will update regularly at another blogger: Java Never Sleep! It’s about Java and only about Java. Welcome, my friend!
Honestly speaking, there is no need to post an article on the topic “Top 10 Books For Java Learners”, which is possibly older than your age. I do this for the 12 students I’m teaching Java programming language recently, I’d like to summarize a book list of 10 for their reference. I don’t want to recommend books said to be great but I never read, so some of the books listed here maybe not that famous or popular, but at least they are good to me and helped me a lot in the past.
I’ve just published a mid-term project for a small group of students. If you are a Java beginner who is seeking some challenge to conquer, I believe this Tank War game would be fit for you. Wanna a try?😄 Solution for your reference will be released after 3 weeks.
You search on Google every day, and as a programmer, you would probably search on GitHub every day. Are you sure you know how to search GitHub repositories effectively? Let’s check out these 7 tips you probably didn’t know.
11 brothers and sisters departed for China in the past two weeks, and today I just found my heart was emptied and filled with sadness. After living and working together for about 4 years, remembering the happy and hard days we experienced together, it’s just overwhelming and I had to pray a lot both for them and for myself.
No matter what programming language you are learning, Fibonacci numbers calculation is just too classic to skip. It seems very easy to implement, but also can be deep enough to catch up with, especially when the number is super big. Have you thought that ever before?
We will begin from an interesting comment in the source code of SQLite, and end with Monastery, Saint Benedict, and Code of Ethics. I am not joking, seriously.
As a Java guy now I use IDEA most of the time, I’ve been using eclipse for about 6 years in the past but now I rarely open it. However, I still use NetBeans when I need to do some Swing stuff, as it provides the best GUI builder user experience in my perspective. From Sun to Oracle, now moving to Apache, after a long time of silence, Apache Netbeans 10.0 was released on Dec 27th, 2018. Wanna get a try, man?
The end of 2018 is close and it’s time to set up goals of 2019. As for me, it’s super clear - I want to make the best Java tutorial for beginners. Texts, videos, exercises will be prepared carefully, precisely covering the most important topics of Java programming based on market research. I will leverage my 10 years experience in software engineering to make your learning experience friendly, funny, and challenging. Remember, it will be released at Easter, 2019.