Java Collections

Java Collections

The Java Collections quest is dedicated to an in-depth study of Java collections and more. We'll talk about how to work with files and archives. We'll discuss what design patterns are and how to use them. You'll get experience working with JSON, Guava, Apache Commons Collections, and JUnit. You'll learn the details of garbage collection in Java. In addition to the advanced components of Core, you will get acquainted with tools needed by any modern software developer. Learn about Git and JAXB, RMI and DymamicProxy. And we'll touch on another important programming language — JavaScript. On this quest, you will create mini-projects, which are big tasks. To facilitate learning, they are divided into stages.

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vc
Level 27, Cape Town, South Africa
12 November 2020, 20:00
Level 3 title says Working with Guava, Apache Commons and JUnit, but the lessons are about JSON and XML, no Guava or Apache commons there (?)
Ahmed
Level 23, Amsterdam, Netherlands
16 June 2019, 12:51
Which is better to start after finishing leven 20? This module or the module about Multithreading?
Satya Vath
Level 31, Vijayawada, India
17 June 2019, 15:21
Multithreading
Ahmed
Level 23, Amsterdam, Netherlands
17 June 2019, 18:52
Why?
Satya Vath
Level 31, Vijayawada, India
18 June 2019, 08:23
You Can Check The Levels Collections from 31 MultiThreading from 21
Ewerton
Level 30, Belo Horizonte, Brasil
6 July 2019, 20:03
I don't know, this seems funnier, so... bye Multithreading, see you in 10 levels.
Viktor Blank
Level 14, Berlin, Germany
4 January 2020, 23:00
Not supposed to be, huh? :))
Andrey
Level 18, St. Petersburt, Russian Federation
15 January 2020, 06:34
In the previous version of this beautiful course Java Multithreading was behind Java Collections, but now they decided it can be in the parallel. So I think it could be :)
Oana Mancu
Level 41, Bucharest, Romania
8 November 2020, 19:54
I alternated them. 1 or 2 levels from Multithreading, than 1 or 2 levels from the other one. And so on.