Introduction to Programming by Nick Samoylov
English | 15 Jun. 2018 | ISBN: 1788839129 | 722 Pages | EPUB | 4.55 MB
Get a solid understanding of Java fundamentals through series of practical steps to the actual real programmingKey FeaturesTake your first steps into the world of programmingUnderstand what a Language is and learn about how you can use its features to build amazing applicationsLearn about the various applications of programming and get directions on where to go from hereBook DescriptionHave you ever thought about learning how to make your computer do what you want it to do? Do you want to learn to program but just don’t know where to start? Have all other learning resources got you confused with over explanations, rather than walking you in the right direction? Don’t worry, you have to look no further.Written by not just an industry expert, but by someone who understands the challenges faced by non-technical folks and those from a non-programming background, this book takes a gentle, hand-holding approach to getting you into the world of programming. Beginning with an introduction to …ather than just letting everything go over the top of your head. You’ll understand several aspects of application development and by the end of the book, we guarantee that you’ll have your very own application running. For the brave at heart, we also have exercises at the end of each chapter, that will intrigue you and encourage you to add your own personal touch to the code and ultimately your application.What You Will LearnUnderstand what is JavaInstall Java machine and learn how to run it.Write and execute Java program.Write and execute the test for your program.Install components and configure your development environment.Learn and use Java language fundamentals.Learn object-oriented design principles.Master most often used Java constructs.Learn how to use tools that come with Java installation.Who This Book Is ForThis book is for anybody, yes anybody, who wants to learn programming. All you’ll need is a PC, an internet connection and a cup of coffee.