Learn Java in 14 Minutes (seriously)

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Learn Java quickly by watching this video to the very end. If you do, you will walk away as a better java programmer 🙂

Here’s how to learn java in 13 minutes, for beginners. I’ve been programming for 8+ years and learning java was very difficult for me. I want to make it as easy as possible for you to learn java quick and easy! Hopefully, what you’ve learned in this video on how to learn java quickly can help you out.

In this java tutorial, I go over:
Compiling, keywords, symbols, storing data, primitive types, Strings, printing text, objects, classes, methods, calling code between files, import, logic, if/else, for loops, nested loops, while loops, try catch, apis, and a few other areas.

Learning java tricky at first… But SURELY you’ll get it 🙂 If you followed along, congrats! You learned-by-doing!

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36 thoughts on “Learn Java in 14 Minutes (seriously)

  1. If you need help on anything, I have in-depth videos on each of these topics on my channel. Ranging from Java Basics 1, Java Basics 2 and Java Intermediate 1. I hope those videos can help you with any problems you have!

  2. I have a point of critique: You accessed a static method (Animal::iAmDog()) in a non-static way. Instead of doing "new Animal().iAmDog()", you should instead do "Animal.iAmDog()". This doesn't create an unused object. I guess there just wasn't enough time to explain the difference between static and object-oriented in the 14 minutes. This video is over all really amazing tho! I can see it helping beginners at least know what they're getting into.

  3. I loved that video, but you forgot some also util functions as "finally" when using try/catch.

    I know this video is for basic java, but I think "finally" is also a very util function of the try/catch, plus some other methods and functions you didn't mention.

    Again, I'm not saying is a bad video or you are just not showing what you should, It's just my opinion of what could've been in the video, but didn't

  4. There is nothing in this video that is specific to java…. its all about programming in any languages.
    For a class about java, you should at least talk about pass-by-value vs pass-by-reference.

  5. Maybe that college experience in computer science is necessary for this to happen in 14 minutes? Because that didn't do a damn thing for me, except make me not want to learn Java.

  6. Not legit. Not in dark mode.
    (jk i nearly shat my pants at the period part. Ive been doing java for a year now and i didnt realize that a single period could type it all for me. Blessed)

  7. Here's how I learned Java:
    1. read beginning programming with java for dummies (by Barry Burd, the wittiest, funniest author on programming!)
    2. read "Java the complete reference" – by Herbert Schildt (this one took me 3 full months)
    3. read JavaFx for dummies
    4. Core Java Vol. by Cay Hortsmann
    5. Head First Design Patterns
    these are really really great books. I can't think of better decisions I made in my life than reading them.

  8. I was an A+ student since high school at Newport Harbor High. But in college on my second year. I got sick and I had to stop. I fell in depression since then. Wish I could go back in time and change things.

  9. Why is the animal method iAmDog() static? That's wrong. You don't even need to instantiate an Animal object if you do it like that. Eclipse even underlined it and wanted to tell you

  10. As someone with a couple years of Java and Kotlin experience, nice crash-course. You should've gone by 2011+ standards(Java 7), though, and used the diamond operator when creating the list

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