Category: java developer

First hut on the trail: Basics of Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Object Oriented Programming In Java, you can write code that represents real objects. It’s called OOP = Object Oriented Programming. If the programming is object oriented it must have objects. You object is a calculator. In real life, you also have an object that is known as a calculator.  Object Objects in Java can easily map to

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Jump Start into Java Learning Path

Last Sunday I’ve talked to a friend. She just recently picked up Java. We’re about to start a learning experiment: she is going to learn how to write code in Java, I’m going to help. Work out a plan and set up exercises. I decided to blog about what we’re doing here. The “learning” posts will be visible

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Going up: let’s write some code!

In your Calculator project you have two java files: Calculator.java in src/main/java where you will write the calculations CalculatorTest.java in src/test/java that you will use to test the code written in Calculator.java Write some code Open Calculator.java. You can see a code needed to write some functions of the calculator inside: add, subtract, multiply etc. It is

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Your first step on Java Learning Path

Are you all set up? If not check how to prepare your backpack for Java hike. Read on if you’re ready to go. Get the code base I’ve prepared for your first Java Gradle Project. You can get it from my GitHub repository (and no, you don’t have to register): https://github.com/agazet/javaLearningPath Click Clone or download and copy

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What’s up in Java world?

This year I’ve explored Java world again @DevoxxPL in Cracow. And whereas last year was full of the microservices and functional programming hype, this year was more steady. Microservices are still a dominant architectural trend. Aside from different aspects of Java (like an overview of Java 9, JVM Mechanics, JEE 8, Concurrency concepts, performance or

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