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Tim Buchalka

JAVA SPRING TUTORIAL MASTERCLASS -
LEARN SPRING
FRAMEWORK 5
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JAVA SPRING TUTORIAL MASTERCLASS - LEARN SPRING

FRAMEWORK 5

There is no doubt that having Spring Framework skills on your résumé will make you a more employable Java developer.

Spring developers are in high demand and are paid handsomely.  However, the framework is huge.  That’s because it consists of lots of modules and projects.  Learning it can take you months.  You will often find that a Java Spring tutorial or training course will focus on parts of the framework that don’t get used that much.

What Spring technologies should you focus on initially?

Many Java spring courses teach you all sorts of things you really don’t need to know when you are starting out.

If you are just starting out with Spring, the areas that will have the biggest impact for you are Spring Core, Spring MVC and Spring Boot 2.

Spring Core is an application framework and inversion of control (ioc) container for the java platform.

Spring MVC, or Spring Web MVC to be more precise is a web framework and provides Model View Controller architecture. It’s built around a DispatcherServlet.

Spring Boot 2.0 is a way to create standalone Spring based Applications that you can just run – so it simplifies the entire process of creating and deploying Spring apps – It can embed databases and do all sorts of configuration automatically.

These three areas are a great place to start – just having these skills will take you a long way.  Of course, there is more to learn, but these are the areas to focus on initially.

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Tim Buchalka

​ANDROID JAVA MASTERCLASS
-BECOME AN
APP DEVELOPER
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ANDROID JAVA MASTERCLASS
-BECOME AN

APP DEVELOPER

Know that you’re exactly in the right place to MASTER Android 7 Nougat app programming as well as Android 8 Oreo!

Yes, we are in the process right now of updating the entire course to Android Oreo now it has been released by Google!

In this course, you will discover the power of Android app development, and obtain the skills to dramatically increase your career prospects as a software developer. You’ll also have a head start over other developers using obsolete tools and earlier versions of Android.  

Android is continually being updated, so OLD versions of the operating systems will have features from the latest version. It's called AppCompat, which is a set of support libraries used to make apps developed with newer versions, work with older versions.  

But it only works if the developer codes it a right way. It doesn’t just happen by default. The way I teach you in this Masterclass course is the right way!

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Tim Buchalka

​ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT
USING KOTLIN
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ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT
USING KOTLIN

What do you get in this course?

In this course, you will discover the power of Android app development, and obtain the skills to dramatically increase your career prospects as a software developer. You’ll also have a head start over other developers using obsolete tools and earlier versions of Android.

Android is continually being updated and you'll learn how to target but users of current versions of Android and older versions as well.

With this course, you get the best of both worlds. You’re taught to write code for Android that works with the current version and older versions of Android by using the AppCompat library. That way, the apps you build will work with more versions of Android, giving you access to a wider audience of users.

Starting is easy because no previous programming experience is needed. NONE! If you do have it, great. Or maybe you just want to brush up on your Android development skills, and that’s fantastic too.

The course is presented using a combination of video, slides and diagrams, all designed to teach you everything you need to know.

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