Friday, February 5, 2016
Udacity Intro to Java Programming course lesson review and rating
Udacity offers intro to Java programming for free as a prerequisite for many of its classes, tracks and nano degrees such as Android Developer. It is a quick overview of the language, but it is not an in-depth introduction to the language. This course is mostly useful for begin or Udacity not so much for anyone else who is seriously getting started with Java.
The first few lessons are long but could have been much shorter. The setup and configuration for BlueJ and the algorithm introduction can be useful. Because of its video format, going through this course is quite time-consuming. As usual, Udacity's exercise is a well designed, real world of exercises, and some of them are quite tricky.
The class has an astounding 281K students.
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