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Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

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To take this course, you need to have at least three months of programming experience in Java. You should be well familiar with concepts such as classes,
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Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics


Become a Pro Java Developer

Want to level-up your Java skills and reach the advanced level? Want to become an in-demand Java developer for exciting software companies?

This course is exactly what you need.

I’ll help you expand your programming skills and equip you with techniques that you can immediately put into practice.

And more importantly, I promise I won't waste your time. Every single minute of this course is worth watching. No unnecessary repetitions, no fluff, no boring videos here. Simply put, No BS!

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

Intermediate to Advanced
Lifetime Access
120 Lessons
6 Hours of Video
Exercises and Solutions
Downloadable
Subtitles
Access on Mobile/TV
Certificate

By the end of this course, you'll be able to…

Write Java code with confidence
Master advanced Java constructs
Stay up-to-date with the modern Java features
Become a better Java developer

What You'l Learn...

Exception handling
Generics
Collections framework
Lambda expressions
Functional interfaces
Streams
Multi-threading
Asynchronous programming
And much, much more...

Bite-sized, memorable and easy-to-digest videos with zero fluff
What Others Have to Say
Who is this course for?

Java developers who want to take their Java skills to the next level
College students who want to better understand Java

Prerequisites

To take this course, you need to have at least three months of programming experience in Java. You should be well familiar with concepts such as classes, interfaces and object-oriented programming. If you need to strengthen your fundamentals, start from the first or the second part of this series.
Join 37110 happy students!

Your Instructor

Mosh Hamedani
Mosh Hamedani

Hi! My name is Mosh Hamedani. I'm a software engineer with two decades of experience. I've taught millions of people how to code and how to become professional software engineers through my online courses and YouTube channel.

I believe coding should be fun and accessible to everyone.

Course Curriculum

Getting Started

1- Introduction (1:11)

2- Source Code

Follow Me Around

Exceptions (43m)

1- Introduction (0:42)

2- What are Exceptions (3:45)

3- Types of Exceptions (3:40)

4- Exceptions Hierarchy (2:05)

5- Catching Exceptions (3:51)

6- Catching Multiple Types of Exceptions (4:28)

7- The finally Block (4:10)

8- The try-with-resources Statement (2:26)

9- Throwing Exceptions (4:41)

10- Re-throwing Exceptions (3:07)

11- Custom Exceptions (4:18)

12- Chaining Exceptions (4:56)

13- Summary (0:56)

Generics (43m)

1- Introduction (0:27)

2- The Need for Generics (3:32)

3- A Poor Solution (3:22)

4- Generic Classes (4:27)

5- Generics and Primitive Types (2:24)

6- Constraints (3:25)

7- Type Erasure (4:04)

8- Comparable Interface (5:38)

9- Generic Methods (4:48)

10- Multiple Type Parameters (2:32)

11- Generic Classes and Inheritance (4:17)

12- Wildcards (5:27)

13- Summary (0:55)

Collections (1h)

1- Introduction (0:34)

2- Overview of Collections Framework (3:08)

3- The Need for Iterables (3:54)

4- The Iterable Interface (5:24)

5- The Iterator Interface (5:26)

6- The Collection Interface (9:35)

7- The List Interface (3:51)

8- The Comparable Interface (4:28)

9- The Comparator Interface (3:51)

10- The Queue Interface (4:47)

11- The Set Interface (5:33)

12- Hash Tables (3:44)

13- The Map Interface (6:26)

14- Summary (0:44)

Lambda Expressions and Functional Interfaces (44m)

1- Introduction (0:47)

2- Functional Interfaces (3:51)

3- Anonymous Inner Classes (1:23)

4- Lambda Expressions (3:43)

5- Variable Capture (1:56)

6- Method References (3:46)

7- Built-in Functional Interfaces (1:42)

8- The Consumer Interface (4:06)

9- Chaining Consumer (4:28)

10- The Supplier Interface (2:30)

11- The Function Interface (3:00)

12- Composing Functions (4:19)

13- The Predicate Interface (2:02)

14- Combining Predicates (2:10)

15- The BinaryOperator Interface (3:15)

16- The UnaryOperator Interface (1:13)

17- Summary (0:40)

Streams (1h)

 

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

1- Introduction (0:41)

2- Imperative vs Functional Programming (6:24)

3- Creating a Stream (5:01)

4- Mapping Elements (5:24)

5- Filtering Elements (2:59)

6- Slicing Streams (4:21)

7- Sorting Streams (5:12)

8- Getting Unique Elements (2:09)

9- Peeking Elements (3:19)

10- Simple Reducers (3:37)

11- Reducing a Stream (4:12)

12- Collectors (6:03)

13- Grouping Elements (4:51)

14- Partitioning Elements (2:10)

15- Primitive Type Streams (1:25)

16- Summary (0:39)

Concurrency and Multi-threading (1h)

1- Introduction (0:55)

2- Processes and Threads (3:07)

3- Starting a Thread (3:14)

4- Pausing a Thread (2:35)

5- Joining a Thread (2:27)

6- Interrupting a Thread (2:54)

7- Concurrency Issues (2:08)

8- Race Conditions (5:53)

9- Strategies for Thread Safety (2:50)

10- Confinement (3:40)

11- Locks (3:17)

12- The synchronized Keyword (5:13)

13- The volatile Keyword (6:33)

14- Thread Signalling with wait() and notify() (3:35)

15- Atomic Objects (3:25)

16- Adders (2:08)

17- Synchronized Collections (3:24)

18- Concurrent Collections (2:37)

19- Summary (1:18)

The Executive Framework (70m)

1- Introduction (0:38)

2- Thread Pools (1:46)

3- Executors (6:50)

4- Callables and Futures (5:00)

5- Asynchronous Programming (1:50)

6- Completable Futures (1:38)

7- Creating a Completable Future (3:42)

8- Implementing an Asynchronous API (4:18)

9- Running Code on Completion (4:04)

10- Handling Exceptions (4:15)

11- Transforming a Completable Future (4:34)

12- Composing Completable Futures (6:08)

13- Combining Completable Futures (4:32)

14- Waiting for Many Tasks to Complete (2:48)

15- Waiting for the First Task (2:13)

16- Handling timeouts (2:24)

17- Project- Best Price Finder (1:18)

18- Solution- Getting a Quote (4:15)

19- Solution- Getting Many Quotes (4:49)
 
20- Solution- Random Delays (4:27)

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Try it risk-free

You can ask for a refund any time during the first 30 days
if you decide the course isn’t for you.
Frequently Asked Questions

 

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Read more: https://archive.is/hcxHR

Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics


Become a Pro Java Developer

Want to level-up your Java skills and reach the advanced level? Want to become an in-demand Java developer for exciting software companies?

This course is exactly what you need.

I’ll help you expand your programming skills and equip you with techniques that you can immediately put into practice.

And more importantly, I promise I won't waste your time. Every single minute of this course is worth watching. No unnecessary repetitions, no fluff, no boring videos here. Simply put, No BS!

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

Intermediate to Advanced
Lifetime Access
120 Lessons
6 Hours of Video
Exercises and Solutions
Downloadable
Subtitles
Access on Mobile/TV
Certificate

By the end of this course, you'll be able to…

Write Java code with confidence
Master advanced Java constructs
Stay up-to-date with the modern Java features
Become a better Java developer

What You'l Learn...

Exception handling
Generics
Collections framework
Lambda expressions
Functional interfaces
Streams
Multi-threading
Asynchronous programming
And much, much more...

Bite-sized, memorable and easy-to-digest videos with zero fluff
What Others Have to Say
Who is this course for?

Java developers who want to take their Java skills to the next level
College students who want to better understand Java

Prerequisites

To take this course, you need to have at least three months of programming experience in Java. You should be well familiar with concepts such as classes, interfaces and object-oriented programming. If you need to strengthen your fundamentals, start from the first or the second part of this series.
Join 37110 happy students!

Your Instructor

Mosh Hamedani
Mosh Hamedani

Hi! My name is Mosh Hamedani. I'm a software engineer with two decades of experience. I've taught millions of people how to code and how to become professional software engineers through my online courses and YouTube channel.

I believe coding should be fun and accessible to everyone.

Course Curriculum

Getting Started

1- Introduction (1:11)

2- Source Code

Follow Me Around

Exceptions (43m)

1- Introduction (0:42)

2- What are Exceptions (3:45)

3- Types of Exceptions (3:40)

4- Exceptions Hierarchy (2:05)

5- Catching Exceptions (3:51)

6- Catching Multiple Types of Exceptions (4:28)

7- The finally Block (4:10)

8- The try-with-resources Statement (2:26)

9- Throwing Exceptions (4:41)

10- Re-throwing Exceptions (3:07)

11- Custom Exceptions (4:18)

12- Chaining Exceptions (4:56)

13- Summary (0:56)

Generics (43m)

1- Introduction (0:27)

2- The Need for Generics (3:32)

3- A Poor Solution (3:22)

4- Generic Classes (4:27)

5- Generics and Primitive Types (2:24)

6- Constraints (3:25)

7- Type Erasure (4:04)

8- Comparable Interface (5:38)

9- Generic Methods (4:48)

10- Multiple Type Parameters (2:32)

11- Generic Classes and Inheritance (4:17)

12- Wildcards (5:27)

13- Summary (0:55)

Collections (1h)

1- Introduction (0:34)

2- Overview of Collections Framework (3:08)

3- The Need for Iterables (3:54)

4- The Iterable Interface (5:24)

5- The Iterator Interface (5:26)

6- The Collection Interface (9:35)

7- The List Interface (3:51)

8- The Comparable Interface (4:28)

9- The Comparator Interface (3:51)

10- The Queue Interface (4:47)

11- The Set Interface (5:33)

12- Hash Tables (3:44)

13- The Map Interface (6:26)

14- Summary (0:44)

Lambda Expressions and Functional Interfaces (44m)

1- Introduction (0:47)

2- Functional Interfaces (3:51)

3- Anonymous Inner Classes (1:23)

4- Lambda Expressions (3:43)

5- Variable Capture (1:56)

6- Method References (3:46)

7- Built-in Functional Interfaces (1:42)

8- The Consumer Interface (4:06)

9- Chaining Consumer (4:28)

10- The Supplier Interface (2:30)

11- The Function Interface (3:00)

12- Composing Functions (4:19)

13- The Predicate Interface (2:02)

14- Combining Predicates (2:10)

15- The BinaryOperator Interface (3:15)

16- The UnaryOperator Interface (1:13)

17- Summary (0:40)

Streams (1h)

 

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

1- Introduction (0:41)

2- Imperative vs Functional Programming (6:24)

3- Creating a Stream (5:01)

4- Mapping Elements (5:24)

5- Filtering Elements (2:59)

6- Slicing Streams (4:21)

7- Sorting Streams (5:12)

8- Getting Unique Elements (2:09)

9- Peeking Elements (3:19)

10- Simple Reducers (3:37)

11- Reducing a Stream (4:12)

12- Collectors (6:03)

13- Grouping Elements (4:51)

14- Partitioning Elements (2:10)

15- Primitive Type Streams (1:25)

16- Summary (0:39)

Concurrency and Multi-threading (1h)

1- Introduction (0:55)

2- Processes and Threads (3:07)

3- Starting a Thread (3:14)

4- Pausing a Thread (2:35)

5- Joining a Thread (2:27)

6- Interrupting a Thread (2:54)

7- Concurrency Issues (2:08)

8- Race Conditions (5:53)

9- Strategies for Thread Safety (2:50)

10- Confinement (3:40)

11- Locks (3:17)

12- The synchronized Keyword (5:13)

13- The volatile Keyword (6:33)

14- Thread Signalling with wait() and notify() (3:35)

15- Atomic Objects (3:25)

16- Adders (2:08)

17- Synchronized Collections (3:24)

18- Concurrent Collections (2:37)

19- Summary (1:18)

The Executive Framework (70m)

1- Introduction (0:38)

2- Thread Pools (1:46)

3- Executors (6:50)

4- Callables and Futures (5:00)

5- Asynchronous Programming (1:50)

6- Completable Futures (1:38)

7- Creating a Completable Future (3:42)

8- Implementing an Asynchronous API (4:18)

9- Running Code on Completion (4:04)

10- Handling Exceptions (4:15)

11- Transforming a Completable Future (4:34)

12- Composing Completable Futures (6:08)

13- Combining Completable Futures (4:32)

14- Waiting for Many Tasks to Complete (2:48)

15- Waiting for the First Task (2:13)

16- Handling timeouts (2:24)

17- Project- Best Price Finder (1:18)

18- Solution- Getting a Quote (4:15)

19- Solution- Getting Many Quotes (4:49)
 
20- Solution- Random Delays (4:27)

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Try it risk-free

You can ask for a refund any time during the first 30 days
if you decide the course isn’t for you.
Frequently Asked Questions

 

Get immediately download Mosh Hamedani - Ultimate Java Part 3 - Advanced Topics

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Read more: https://archive.is/hcxHR