Java is by far the most popular programming language today. Oracle claims that more than 3 billion devices run on Java.
Most large companies use Java in one way or another. There are plenty of areas of Java use:
– from e-commerce sites to mobile applications;
– from science to finance (for example, trading systems);
– from games (like Minecraft) to desktop software (Eclipse, Netbeans and IntelliJ)
and in many other spheres.
Hence, Java applications will run on most known platforms: Windows, Linux, MacOS.
Java is actually used everywhere: in your phone, in your digital TV box, in your credit card, on the server you are currently connected to, in the browser that you are currently using. Java is the most ubiquitous language that has ever been created. If you want to see where Java is used, you do not have to go far. Just take any Android android – absolutely all applications are written in Java.
In the class, kids will learn how to write Java applications, develop several games (tic-tac-toe, ping-pong, etc.), and try to create his own mini-project.
We recommend “Java Android” course to all 10-year olds and over to be able to:
– get acquainted with the basics of the super popular Java language;
– get practical with writing Java code;
– learn what OOP is and why it’s cool;
– get acquainted with Android SDK;
– create their own app.
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