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In this Java 8 course for experienced programmers, Martin Kalin introduces constructs such as lambda expressions, method references, constructor references, and the Java Streams API. This is a code-driven course for the Java programmer who wants real hands-on experience working with functional programming. You will gain a thorough understanding of why Java 8 was introduced, how functional programming works within data pipelines, and how this functional programming style promotes terse and simple to modify code, run-time efficiency, and thread safety. You will require access to a computer loaded with Java SE 8.
To help ensure that your learning experience is good, please note that this course is not for beginners or those new to programming. You must have prior programming experience in an object-oriented programming language as there are concepts that are mentioned in the course that are assumed to be prior knowledge and are not explained in detail.
Learning C# provides a solid foundation in object-oriented programming knowledge, paves the way for learning other programming languages, and positions those who complete this course for a wide variety of in-demand computer programming jobs.Â Â Â The C# programming language was created to be an object-oriented programming language that offers ease of use, familiarity to C/C++ and Java developers, along with enhanced memory and resource management.Â C# is prevalent on the Microsoft platform but is also being used to develop software that runs on Linux, Android, and iOS devices.Â Â Â This course aims to teach the basics of C# all the way through the advanced features of the language.Â Â This course is not a beginner course on C#, although beginners can still learn a lot from the material.Â It is intended to provide an introduction to the C# language and the world of .NET programming for existing programmers who need or want to learn more about C# and managed code development.
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"Great course, covered a wide area of subjects. Good Teacher and great content! You need some knowledge of programming in any language upfront because it starts easy but rapidly increases in difficulty." - Christopher Carley, edX student
Number of Videos: 3 hours - 41 lessonsAuthor: Hadi HaririUser Level: AdvancedDesigned for developers who already have a basic understanding of Kotlin, this video course examines some of the additional major features that make the language highly extensible and unique compared to other JVM languages.You'll learn about more advanced uses for functions, class scenarios, and delegation, along with best practices for working with generics, metaprogramming, and asynchronous programming. Once you've added the skills in this video to your programming tool belt, you'll be fully proficient in Kotlin as well as a more well-rounded Java developer.
Hadi Hariri is VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains, the organization behind the creation of Kotlin. He's been speaking at software industry conferences for over 15 years and is well respected within the open source community. Heâs the original author of Spek and Wasabi, amongst other OSS projects. Heâs been closely involved in Kotlin for more than four years. Hadi is easily accessible on Twitter at @hhariri
Anyone starting a project in Scala, expanding a Scala project, or looking to establish coding standards as a means for helping junior Scala programmers come up to speed, will value this overview of Scala best practices by Scala expert Joshua Backfield. Backfield's extensive experience in both object-oriented programming and functional programming make him a Scala authority. He has ported multiple native C applications to Scala, introduced many coworkers to Scala, and taught them the underlying functional programming concepts. He uses that experience to offer a set of Scala guidelines that should make your Scala code base as great as it can be.
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