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Part 2 - This lecture covers the concept of the Object and how the object is created. Also covered is the concept of class and method variables.
Part 3 - This lecture covers an overview of using Eclipse to create a java program. It also demonstrates how to create assignment #1 in eclipse. The class concept as well as the main driver program concept are demonstrated.
Part 4 - This lecture covers the implementation details of the Constructor, Default Constructor and the recommend use and guidelines. It also discusses Object Creation and the concept of inheritance and how the constructors will be executed.
Part 5 - This lecture covers the concept of Inheritance in Java.
Part 6 - This lecture covers the concept of INTERFACES and how to use them in Java classes. The key word "implement" is introduced along with the differences between implementing and extending classes.
Part 7 - This lecture covers the concepts of COLLECTIONS and the Java.Util.* package. Some examples of creating ArrayList, LinkedList and Hashsets are included. Java data structures and their use is also over viewed.
Part 8 - This lecture covers the concepts of Exceptions and I/O in Java. Implementation of TRY/CATCH is demonstrated with some examples of how to THROW exceptions.
Part 9 - This lecture covers the SWING and AWT Java functionality. It demonstrates how to create a Notepad program in Java. jFrame, Jtextarea and various other components are demonstrated.
Part 10 - This lecture covers Java Networking. Socket concepts and client/server programming is described.
Part 11 - Java Documentation, Garbage Collection and Nested Classes and Interfaces are discussed. An example of how Javadocs works with Eclipse is demonstrated.
Part 12 - This video overviews the Java Object-Oriented EE (Enterprise Edition) programming environment. An overview of the components and technologies are provided. N-Tier server configurations are discussed towards the end.
Part 13 - This lecture is for the students taking the Fall 2011 Java programming class. Other YouTube visitors may not be interested in this topic.