About 60 videos. The course is nice, but videos are far too long. Videos that lasts for one hour could be explained in fifteen minutes. These vids could be nice for podcasts but are uncomfortable for learning. Assignments are a big plus but they are free on the web
Another thing examples are IMHO not professional. Author is like: "It's just for learning purposes so I will give to variables any sloppy names and create useless methods and you will learn this on your own"
Rest is pretty good
I like everything about this product, but importing the assignment files is rather difficult.
I really like this because the simplicity of how you explain it
I like video tutorials because is very well detailed information for starting java developer.
Like very much - very thorough explanations in terms I can understand. The pace is perfect imho
It covers all basic and advanced topics.
They are really clear and in byte sized chunks that you can absorb better. Really enjoying the series so far.
The videos are quite helpful to get the big picture view. I think the "homework" could be a little bit more of a step-by-step now try it at home type of thing. The quizzes are perfect - multiple choice and write your own code.
The topics are big . . . . so perhaps break up the lessons a bit in byte-sized chunks. (20 minute lessons would be ideal)
I love this course because everything is so well explained.
I'm yet at the beginning of the course, but so far so good. Everything was very well explained. The tests are a bit tricky when we have to write excerpts of code. The automatic correction is very rigid.
I'm 45 years old, English is my second Language, I have zero programming experience, so sometimes it's a little to fast for me.
I try to fit it in between a 6 and 13 Year old Kid and A full time job.
I think you are the best teacher there is.
I enjoy it very much.
thank you Trevor Page!!
Clarifies what I procrastinate from. Before I know it I'm understanding everything and waiting for a mental block that's not showing up. Nice fun tone
I wish the examples weren't so generic. It would be better if we were dealing with a specific scenario.
Very detailed videos and Trevor is thorough. So far, it's the best online course I've taken so far.
This is the best Java Course I have Ever Seen so far
The information in these tutorials is great. One drawback is that the videos are slightly out of focus when viewed in full screen - not sure why. But otherwise keep up the great work.
So far I have completed 20 video lectures and trust me they are incredible...
All the complex concepts have been dealt smoothly without much fuss...
Thanks for the super videos.
Would like to have few more videos one below mentioned topics:
1. Identifying the complexity of the code
3. Some other Advanced Topics
will continue to provide feedback on the remaining videos as well.
I love the Java Tutorials because Trevor really demonstrates his passion and enthusiasm for the subject matter and his commitment to teaching the general masses. His demeanor keeps me engaged and motivated to continue to improve my Java knowledge and skills. Although I have done some Java programming in the past, Trevor has this most valuable skill of being able to communicate complex subject matter in simple terms. Above all else, he seems to genuinely have fun! Each tutorial, podcast or video, leaves me excited for the next. Well done, Trevor!!
So far the videos have been really good. I am only on video 7. I am a computer science major and I am currently taking my third programming class with Java and I am still learning things in these early videos. I think the style and the format on how you do the videos works very well.
I have completed first 5 videos.
As an intermediate java programmer I expect more on each topic.
All 5 videos are very good for beginners.
I love the video tutorials because they are simply great. i have read books on Java before but never seen the concepts explained so well.
Great Explanations. I love how you don't assume the audience knows anything especially when a topic comes up that is out of scope. Introducing things in the right order is tremendously helpful in learning.
I simulates the class room training and I can review as many times as I want. So far I am feeling good about these tutorials. Thanks!
Great learning environment!!
I like the Java tutorial videos. It really helps to learn Java. Hopefully, this will prepare me for interviews as a software developer and harness success getting a new job.
Course is good for Java Learners.
I like the video tutorials because they explain each step and detail needed in order for me to gain a complete picture of how Java programs are developed.
very easy to understand with clear explanations.
very simple, easy to follow and not too much information at a time.
I learned in 6 hours what took my an entire semester at my college. This is the best thing to happen to my dream of becoming a Java Developer!
I am a man of few words.
So far, these videos have been great in helping me understand
the java programming language.
I hope it takes me to the final goal. That is, a certified programmer.
It has been good so far, but some of the example i couldn't finish, couldn't get the same result
This java training is very easy and to the point for beginners as well as for who has little expirience in understanding java from other tutorials.this is the best java tutorial ,i have never before seen and read.Thank you so much tp my best JAVA GURU TPAGE :).
gustavo rodrigues dos santos says:
u have made a great work and fantastic videos and tutoriais
Great course covers everything from the start to the finish of Java OO.
I like this video tutorials because they are explicit and very easy to understand :)
Very understandable course. Thanks!
Trevor Page reminds me of Salman Khan (Khan Academy).
Very good tutorial system.
These videos are nice. I learned a lot from them.
I can say I have only had 1 issue and that was from lesson 4 about data structures. I can't remember the videos covering the exclamation point. I knew that ! = not, so I set up my for loop for that question as
for(myArray != null)
you probably can't do it that way but I was completely unaware that I could just put the exclamation point at the beginning of the statement and use the isEmpty() method.
Other than that it has been pretty great.
Explained in a way thats easy to understand.
I like that whilst the basics of java are covered, like in other java online lessons, that there are so many more useful things being taught. Like Scanner and Sets which I hadn't seen covered before. Also explained things a LOT clearer like int vs Integer, and what static is.
I am looking forward to the rest of the lessons
I think it is great. If I do not understand a particular lesson, I can repeat it as many times as I wish.
You know I love it! I really like how you make yourself so available to your students. The best professors were always the ones that kept long office hours and had a real passion for teaching their students, and I see that in you. So keep it up! I am learning a hell of a lot of material and its been great!
I love how Trevor teaches. He takes his time to explain with details.