Ultimate Java Part 2: Object-oriented Programming
Learn to build robust, maintainable software with object-oriented programming techniques
Level Up Your Java Skills
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Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a popular style of programming. It comes up in technical interviews often and it's an essential skill for every developer.
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Clear, concise, practical OOP using real-world examples, exercises and step-by-step solutions.
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- 70 Lessons
- 4 Hours of Video
- Exercises and Solutions
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By the end of this course…
You’ll be able to:
- Write object-oriented Java code with confidence
- Get ready to learn advanced Java features
- Write clean code like a pro
What You'l Learn...
This course is the second part of The Ultimate Java Mastery Series and covers:
- Object-oriented programming principles
- What is coupling and how to reduce it
- All about classes and interfaces
- Dependency injection
- Strategies for reusing code
- Refactoring procedural code towards an object-oriented design
- Writing proper object-oriented code
- And much, much more...
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Who is this course for?
- Anyone who wants to learn object-oriented programming
- College students who want to better understand Java
- Java developers who want to brush up on their Java skills
This course assumes you know the basics of Java well. You should know primitive and reference types, conditional statements, loops, pretty much everything covered in the first part of this series.
Hi! My name is Mosh Hamedani. I'm a software engineer with almost two decades of experience. I've taught over nine million people how to code and how to become a professional software engineer through my online courses and YouTube channel.
I believe coding should be fun and accessible to everyone.
Start1- Introduction (0:42)
Start2- Classes and Objects (3:13)
Start3- Creating Classes (4:24)
Start4- Creating Objects (4:30)
Start5- Memory Allocation (3:53)
Start6- Procedural Programming (5:37)
Start7- Encapsulation (4:37)
Start8- Getters and Setters - Title (7:27)
Start9- Abstraction (2:24)
Start10- Coupling (4:18)
Start11- Reducing Coupling (7:17)
Start12- Constructors (5:13)
Start13- Method Overloading (2:52)
Start14- Constructor Overloading (2:44)
Start15- Static Members (4:21)
Start16- Classes Quiz
Start17- Summary (0:50)
Start1- Introduction (0:54)
Start2- The Problem (2:40)
Start3- What Classes Do We Need? (3:41)
Start4- Extracting the Console Class (2:58)
Start5- Overloading Methods (2:39)
Start6- Extracting the MortgageReport Class (1:25)
Start7- Extracting the MortgageCalculator Class (6:17)
Start8- Moving Away from Static Members (5:55)
Start9- Moving Static Fields (2:18)
Start10- Extracting Duplicate Logic (4:56)
Start11- Extracting getRemainingBalances - Title (6:13)
Start12- One Last Touch (2:01)
StartA Quick Note
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