Java Newsletter vol 1

Java Newsletter vol 1

Dear readers,

The first issue of our newsletter is now available. In our opinion, it is already fully developed and does not require our corrections.

We'll start by getting started with the Absolute Beginner Java Course. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to write HelloWorld in Java. Typically, HelloWorld is the first program shown in most courses. It is a very simple program and should help us understand how the Java Virtual Machine and Java programs work.

Then, for absolute beginners, we published an introduction to the version control system that is GIT. It is interesting because it explains what version control systems and the GIT itself are.

In the next section, we published the first five recruitment questions for junior java developer. Even though these are absolute basics, every junior should know them. We told you about the differences between ArrayList and HashSet. We explained the constructors in Java. We took the main class of any Java program on the wallpaper. We talked about the acronyms JDK, JVM and JRE. Finally, we touched on the independence of language from the platform.

We also included one technical task, namely a calendar program. We are waiting for your solutions.

And the last section is your questions, to which we try to answer as much as possible.

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