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Java Forever

  • Course level: Intermediate


Heard of these most popular programming languages and wanted to learn but don’t know where to start? Or you have tried to learn but never learned well? Learn the right way  – in this course, we build the foundation of Java programming,  help students think like a computer, and focus on problem-solving.


Lead Trainer and Course Developer| Programming Content Writer | Former Assistant Professor

What Will I Learn?

  • Build strong background in problem solving and coding
  • Life long skill
  • Pursue job-oriented courses such as Data Science, QA Automation, API Development to name a few
  • Earn a certification
  • Advance your career
  • Get good grades in your class
  • Automate boring tasks using scripting

Topics for this course

32 Lessons

Introduction to Programming?

In this preparatory unit, students set up a coding environment to understand computer fundamentals such as software, hardware, compilers, etc. Later, they set up a Java environment and run their first Hello World. They learn about code editors and install necessary packages.
How Computers Work JAVA
Getting Started With Java

Getting Started with Java?

In this unit, students learn about algorithms and flowcharts and how they are translated into code. They also learn about variables, memory allocation of variables, and operators. They learn to accept input from users and show the output of the program. Finally, they learn to draw trace tables.

Sequence Control Structure?

In this simplest form of control structure, students learn to manipulate numbers, write complex mathematical expressions, and practice quotients and remainders. They also learn string manipulation and practice real-world string-based problems.

Decision Control Structure?

In this unit, students learn to identify and create questions and translate questions into decisions. They learn various types of decisions such as single alternative, dual alternative, multiple alternative, and nested decision. They also learn how to identify and apply these decisions when solving a problem. With an emphasis on Flowcharts, students learn to translate flowcharts into code.

Loop Control Structure?

Students learn to identify and build a repetitive set of tasks using loops. They practice visualization tools such as Flowcharts, Trace Tables, and Bubble Chart. Later, they learn to build pre-test, mid-test, and post-test and use them in the for and while loops. They practice the conversion of flowcharts to loops. Students apply knowledge to advance loops such as nested loops and finally learn loop optimization techniques.

Data Structures in Java?

In this unit, students learn basic data structures such as one-dimensional array and their usage in solving different types of problems. They also learn two-dimensional arrays with real-world examples. Finally, they solve some medium-to-complex problems using other concepts learned in previous units.

Functions / Subprograms?

Students learn about the reusability of the code by creating modular functions. They build the ability to identify scenarios from the problem statements and write generic & flexible code. They learn to package code for reusability in different programs.

Object Oriented Programming?

Based on the knowledge and skills acquired in previous units, students take their code management, reusability, and structure to next level by learning and applying Object-Oriented Programming. They not only learn the fundamentals but also learn real-world problems where they can apply. All Object Oriented Programming concepts are covered well.
Learn Java Programming Online

Material Includes

  • Online access to course (Unlimited; Never expires)
  • Online access to Coding Platform (No external editor needed)
  • Sample Data needed in the course


  • Good Internet Connection
  • Working Laptop with any browser (Preferably Chrome)
  • Noise Free environment to ensure you attend and learn in the classes
  • Commitment and willingness to finish because there is no shortcut in life and there is no substitute to hard work

Target Audience

  • Middle School and High School students
  • College Students looking to build a career in IT
  • Job Seekers / Graduates
  • Professionals looking to advance their career
Students Love Us
  • Saujanya Bhavsar, India
    IT Engg (last year)
    It was really a nice experience learning with this team. The way they taught was easy to understand and the practice on the platform made me perfect step by step. I really enjoyed this course and learned Python forever. Thank you so much sir for sharing your knowledge and making me a good programmer.
  • Namrata S Dharpale, India
    BE Graduate
    The good and wonderful experience learning python. Thank you sir for giving us such deep knowlege about programming.
  • Anuja J Tarmale, India
    B.sc (Computer Science).
    A really want to appreciate and thank you for being such a wonderful teacher...the way you were interacting with students,making learning so interesting and explaining everything was outstanding... Thank you sir
Feautured Teacher
Lead Trainer and Course Developer
Being a former Assistant Professor, teaching and mentoring is my passion. I have 5 years of teaching experience in Engineering colleges. I am a Programming Content Writer and Technical Subject Matter Expert. Also, I am a Lead Trainer and Course Developer. I have worked on various courses like Python, Java, Data Science, AP Computer Science A, and AP Computer Science Principles.
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