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Trusted teacher: Want to make a career in coding or stuck with your school/college syllabus. Here is the solution. I am an expert with the practical work experience. I'll be starting from scratch and strengthen your concepts so that you can easily master over this language. I am providing you a brief summary of our course which we generally follow but that doesn't mean that I am bound to just this much content. In case you have any doubt for any other specific topic related to the subject, you could always come up to me or you need any help in your assignments or projects, you are always welcome. Here is a brief summary of our syllabus content which we'll be covering Introduction to Java programming • The Java Virtual Machine • Variables and data types • Conditional and looping constructs • Arrays Object-oriented programming with Java Classes and Objects • Fields and Methods • Constructors • Overloading methods • Garbage collection • Nested classes Inheritance • Overriding methods • Polymorphism • Making methods and classes final • Abstract classes and methods • Interfaces Exception handling with try-throw-catch-finally constructs • The Exception class The Object class • Cloning objects • The JDK LinkedList class • Strings • String conversions Working with types: Wrapper classes • Enumeration interface Packages • Package access • Documentation comments Applets • Configuring applets • Applet capabilities and restrictions Basics of AWT and Swing • Layout Managers • Event Handling • The Action Listener interface • Panels • Classes for various controls, such as label, choice, list, • Checkbox, etc. • Dialogs and frames • Using menus • Using the adapter classes • Graphics Threads • Synchronization The I/O Package • InputStream and OutputStream classes • Reader and Writer classes Basic concepts of networking • Working with URLs • Concepts of URLs • Sockets Database connectivity with JDBC • Java security In case you have any query, feel free to contact me. Give yourself a chance for a better future All the best
Computer engineering · Computer programming · Computer science
Many free resources exist for learning a specific language, most of the time with a common thread consisting of creating a game or a website. This approach is very suitable for a beginner new to programming and / or development. However, in order to progress, it seems important (if not essential) to me to take a more theoretical look and to study the elements of a language as abstract concepts which take precise forms in different languages. My engineering degree in telecommunications, my web development experience and a computer research internship (around the notions of asynchronism and competition) are at the origin of my opinion on the importance of mastering concepts in addition to languages. Two approaches are therefore considered: 1. Guided and personalized learning of a precise programming language for people new to computer science. As the resources are mostly in English and intended for a very large audience, private lessons can be helpful. 2. for people already familiar with one or more languages, in-depth exploration of certain concepts in order to be able to generalize them and clearly understand their uses and goals. This approach is accompanied by examples in other languages and a discussion around use cases and limitations of the model. Obviously I do not master all programming concepts (far from it). For beginner to intermediate courses I am able to address a large part of the spectrum. For advanced courses, on the other hand, I suggest taking stock of the concepts and expectations to check that I am able to provide quality education. The languages for which you can ask me are: C #, C, Java, Python, Kotlin, Javascript
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Python Step by step tutorial for beginners and intermediate (Amsterdam)
Izhar is an excellent tutor. He is very professional, knowledgeable, enlightening, insightful and adaptable/receptive to individual student needs. My tutoring session with him was really amazing and transformative for me and I highly recommend him. He keeps his lessons effective, engaging and fun. He customizes classes based upon your level of understanding. He conveys his knowledge of complex material in a manner which is easily understandable. If you want someone to work with you and ensure you progress like I have, go with Izhar.
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Math, IB Mathematics (HL & SL), Science, Computer Science, Coding Language C, C++, Python. (Tokyo)
Himank is a great (and fun!) teacher who explains the content in a way that you can understand very quickly. I really enjoy having class with him because of the way he explains things. I highly recommend him!!
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IT developer training (c, c ++, c #, java ...) (Casablanca)
Ayoub is a calm and thoughtful tutor who really cares about our difficulties (me in JAVA). He helped me through my final exams and I would highly recommend!
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