Java Syntax

Java Syntax

The Java Syntax quest was developed at the secret CodeGym center. It consists of 10 levels devoted to the fundamentals of the Java language. It can be mastered even by someone who has never programmed before. You will learn about classes, objects, methods, and variables. You will study basic data types, arrays, conditional statements, and loops. Take a quick look at collections and OOP basics (a serious study of these topics will begin in Quest 4), and start working in IntelliJ IDEA, a popular development environment used by programmers all over the world!

But most importantly, you will complete a lot of tasks. Tasks play a central role at CodeGym. And virtual mentors will help you deal with mistakes (Your solutions are checked instantly).

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Yordan PopovLevel 11 , Asenovgrad
8 August, 11:48
Crying for certificate will not work.. don`t u realize THAT THIS IS ONLINE COURSE? if they gives a certificate many guys will fake it and so it will "not worth the paper that is printed on"
Anthony MazzieLevel 5 , Des Moines
16 July, 02:58
I find myself trying to see what my current "level" is a lot, to see if I leveled up or how far I am from the next level. May help (and become more addicting) if CodeGym incorporated an "experience bar".
Daniel CohenLevel 12 , New York
15 July, 16:46
I'm a sucker for achievements. Just finished the Java Syntax Quest and I was hoping for something with a bit more fanfare... and a certificate would be nice. :)
Garrett ConnLevel 18 , Boston
17 July, 18:39
Yes! Could not agree with this more!
Gökhan DedeogluLevel 15 , Istanbul
15 June, 19:33
It would be great if you provide a nice looking completion certificate for each section :)
Peter SchrijverLevel 18 , Hilversum
13 June, 09:27
Awesome way to start. Really motivated to finish this quest. Started with the next one
oduran1Level 0 , Windsor
9 June, 15:09
how do i do a cours im new here
Oliver HeintzLevel 10 , Mustang
10 June, 13:45
Click "Course" on the left, click "Level 0", and then click "Java programming: Learning from scratch"? Then you just read along, do the tasks available, and at the bottom of the page, go to the next lesson. At least, I think that's how you do it. I didn't have issues, but I paid my $30 so I can't remember if it's different if you try to do it free. But I am pretty certain I did the first two full lessons before deciding to pay.
Maryem VickersLevel 6 , HT...
8 June, 15:50
"I am the fiftieth to like. I wonder why..."
Prashant GopalLevel 4 , Gurgaon
4 June, 13:43
I am enjoying it
Bartek MońLevel 2 , Koszalin
7 June, 11:07
Same here! :D
Maryem VickersLevel 6 , HT...
8 June, 15:51
Yep me too! Same!!!
RomLevel 2 , Rockville
25 May, 00:52
Looks good.
sefinatLevel 1 , benin
22 March, 19:24
Hi. I am hoping to have fun all the way!!
Maryem VickersLevel 6 , HT...
8 June, 15:52
I bet you will!!! :D