Learning Java: Part 1: Basic Introduction

View the next part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzfovpZkeW4

In this tutorial I will teach you how to begin coding with Java, one of the most powerful multiplatform languages to date.

Download Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org/
Download Java: http://www.java.com/en/

Thanks for watching!


J Diaz says:

This is great, im actually already taking a java course but I use your videos for review which really help me nail down concepts that i might not get in class, big thanks, ill definitely be checking out your other ones

Nomics TM says:

lol, he said rate when the 5 Star Rating concept was abandoned around that time he made this video. What he means is, “Don’t forget to PUNCH THAT LIKE BUTTON LIKE A BOSS! Leave a comment down below. And if you’re new here, go ahead and hit that Subscribe button. Thanks for watching!”

Srinidhi M S says:

Eclipse is an ide .. and / is forward slash

Arden The Second Dookie says:

How do you run it, when i do, it says, “This selection cannot be launched, and there are no recent launches”

Tion 2121 says:

Thanks bro helped so much and now I can code the hello world in my command prompt

Andrew Montoya says:

Love this series, I just started programming fundamentals I. this will be invaluable. thanks!

jr dela cruz says:

it really help for beginners like me , thanks for that but it’s gonna be more helpful if you are going to zoom it whenever your typing anything. ✌️

Aditya Rox says:

Really helpful thanks a lot.
Could you do one on c++ maybe? Or even Python?

Veche says:

As I was taking watching, I went back and started taking notes on everything because even just this one video is a lot to learn from.
Here are my notes:

// Notes:
// Eclipse does not have intellisense, It does not tell you what to type and does not have automatic case correction.
// Eclipse contains a semicolon and curly brace structure, which helps keep things organized.
// “class” where all code is stored
// “public” can be accessed anywhere in its certain .java file.
// “Tutorial” is the class name.
// “{” opens the class.
// “}” closes the class.
// “main void” or “main static” executes the program and tells it what to do as soon as it starts up.
// “static” code will not interact with objects.
// “void” code will not return values; it will only execute.
// “main” name of it.
// “()” Parameters/arguments.
// Can declare what these agreements are going to be by typing (String[] args);
// “System.out” tells the system to output something.
// “println” is the thing that we actually print.
// The end of every command requires a semicolon, which tells the system it the end of the line.
// Variables are items that can be manipulated and are constantly manipulated throughout the program of Java.
// “String” declares a variable that is a string; it holds actual text.
// Anything after “String” is the name of the string.
// “=” is what the variable equals/means.
// Backslashes declare symbols such as $,#, ” etc. without interfering with the code.
// “n” declares a new line.

James says:

Learnt python and moving onto Java. Enjoy your voice. Nice and simple explanations. I can see myself watching all of these tutorials.

HWK says:

My professor has a hardcore foreign accent and rushes through every lesson. I can’t follow anything he says. Hopefully these tutorials can save my grade. Thanks

Bytersus says:

Thank you so much for getting me started with the basics of Java. I truly appreciate it! 😀

Taylor Marie says:

I’m a psych major who has to take intro to java as a requirement so I’m counting on you to get me to a C at the very least, my good man

Piztol ツ says:

how do u install eclipse? its not working

Darren Howley says:

Anyone else having issues with no sound?

Ben Baxter says:

i did it as you said but i got this result :

Exception in thread “main” java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:
Syntax error, insert “}” to complete ClassBody

at tutorial.tutorial.main(tutorial.java:14)

Rakhmanov Jasur says:

thank you so much, you are great Tutor and your tutorials are very usable and understandable you explain what are you doing to us very well. My knowledge is increasing with your help. Thank you so much again.

Kent Fortich says:

best tutorial that i found so far

Jay Zeno says:

I really want to learn but I’m so bad a concentrating at only one think it sucks

Zzzzzz... says:

For the part where we type in hello world, I typed in hello penis…

kristian del mundo says:

is this oop?

Dunsten 8bp says:

nice man! I need it…and you explained very well!…I hope I’ll learn with rest of your vids! thnx

Dr. Claw says:

Anyone has a link for the JAVA OS? I can’t find it anywhere

Eray Alparslan says:

Very useful for beginners thank you for your effort.

crazynico101 says:

Is this tutorial outdated at all?

Emre Sahin says:

it’s 2016 now. let’s see if this tutorial series is still up to date.

Jisha Lia George says:

Very good .Now  I got the basics about java. Thank you

finn quail says:

I have notepad++

Doug Cannon says:

Thanks man, I am subscribing! I am in process of learning Java before I move onto Android Development because I got a textbook for my birthday as a birthday present for a teach yourself android development. A lot of android developers recommend that you learn Java first and here I am and I was able to make a hello world and it worked! First step for man, one giant leap for android kind.

Superbear275 says:

kind of reminds me of css

Deon Little says:

Will there be a point in using simple variables later in learning? Didnt really see much change when he started using them.

Andrew says:

Just a note: “{” and “}” are simply braces.

Unknown User says:

Is this still useful even your version is still outdated?

banti ram says:

visit http://www.weclassmates.com and learn java basics with easy to understand tutorials and examples.

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