Java Video Tutorial 5: Object Oriented Programming This tutorial discusses the basic concepts of object oriented programming (OOP). This includes object behaviour and attributes aswell as constructors.
Google I/O 2009 - Big Modular Java with Guice Google I/O 2009 - Big Modular Java with Guice Dhanji R. Prasanna, Jesse Wilson Learn how Google uses the fast, lightweight Guice framework to power some of the largest and most complex applications in the world. Supporting scores of developers, and steep testing and scaling requirements for the web, Guice proves that there is still ample room for a simple, type-safe and dynamic programming model in Java. This session will serve as a simple introduction to Guice, its ecosystem and how we use it at Google. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: /events/io/sessions.html
Java Video Tutorial 1: Installing the Java Development Kit ************ For those who couldnt read the path variable very well, what I typed was: C:\jdk\bin\;.; ************* This tutorial is the first of a collection of basic java video tutorials that will get you started. In this tutorial you will learn how to install the JDK on a Windows XP machine.
Java on a 1000 Cores - Tales of Hardware / Software CoDesign Google Tech Talk August 12, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Cliff Click, Azul Systems. Azul Systems designs and builds systems for running business logic applications written in Java. Unlike scientific computing, business logic code tends to be very large and complex (greater than 1MLOC is common), display very irregular data access patterns, and make heavy use of threads and locks. The common unit of parallelism is the transaction or thread-level task. Business logic programs tend to have high allocation rates which scale up with the amount of work accomplished, and they are sensitive to Garbage Collection max-pause-times. Typical JVM implementations for heaps greater than 4 Gigabytes have unacceptable pause times and this forces many applications to run clustered. Our systems support heaps up to 600 Gigabytes and allocation rates up to 35 Gig/s with pause times in the dozen-millisecond range. We have large core counts (up to 864) for running parallel tasks; our memory is Uniform Memory Access (as opposed to the more common NUMA), cache-coherent, and has supercomputer-level bandwidth. The cores are our own design; simple 3-address RISCs with read- & write-barriers to support GC, hardware transactional memory, zero-cost high-rez profiling, and some more modest Java-specific tweaks. This talk is about the business environment which drove the design of the hardware (eg why put in HTM support? why our own CPU design and not eg MIPS or X86?), some early company history with ...
A Brief History of Java and JDBC For some internal training I wanted to highlight the importance of Java on the technology industry and the world, so I decided to do this brief history of Java and JDBC movie. My first Google search turned up a history timeline from Sun Microsystems ( and so that was used as the basis for the movie. Java Junkies Enjoy! -Jesse
JRuby: The power of Java and Ruby Google Tech Talks February, 28 2008 Speaker: Ola Bini I work for ThoughtWorks Studios, and recently published the book Practical JRuby on Rails at APress. I'm very interested in Artificial Intelligence, Lisp, Ruby and the fuzzy lines between languages...
Java Programming Tutorial - 4 - Hello YouTube How to write a basic hello world program
Manhattan Transfer - Java Jive (Brasil 1988 + 1970s blended) An old group staple, Java Jive, is shown here as presented in a 1988 concert video that is interspersed with clips from several mid-1970s shows the group appeared in. Interesting to see the changes through the years!
Java Game Development - 1 - Threads Here we learn how to create threads and why they are useful.
Java #N3 - Making a GUI in NetBeans Creates a simple GUI to add or subtract two numbers using the Java Swing framework and the NetBeans GUI design tool.
The Basics Of Java Programming Just a tutorial to cover the very basics of Java, also the first I've used Windows Movie Editor to make.
Java Programming Tutorial - 1 - Installing the JDK ****MAKE SURE TO WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY**** How to download and install the Java Development Kit
Muppet Show Java Great scene from the first season of the muppet show
Advanced Topics In Programming Languages: Closures For Java Google Tech Talks January 17, 2007 ABSTRACT We propose to add Closures to the Java Programming Language. Closures simplify the use of APIs that rely on anonymous class instances, such as the concurrency APIs and callbacks. More importantly, closures support control abstractions, which are APIs that act as programmer-defined control constructs. This talk describes the proposed language extension and its design rationale, and shows how it will affect existing and future APIs. Credits: Speaker:Neal Gafter
Java Video Tutorial 9: Exceptions The basics of exception handling. Sorry for the delay (Of 7 months...).
Java Programming Tutorial - 50 - Graphical User Interface GUI Finally we get to learn how to make a GUI
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Java is Everywhere Sun's Java technology is connecting everyone to everything - from the datacenter to the edge. Are you ready for what's next?
Developing iPhone Applications using Java Google Tech Talks October 14, 2008 ABSTRACT Apple's iPhone has resulted in significant interest from users and developers alike. Apple's SDK for the iPhone is based on Objective-C as the development language as well as Cocoa for the GUI. Unfortunately Apple's license agreement for the iPhone SDK prohibits the porting of the Java virtual machine to the iPhone. In this presentation we introduce an Open Source Java-to-Objective-C cross-compiler as well as a Java-based implementation of the Cocoa library. With the help of these tools, iPhone applications can be written in pure Java. Using the Java version of Cocoa, it is possible to run a Java-based iPhone application as a Java desktop/applet application that can be cross-compiled to run natively on the iPhone. The talk will discuss the challenges of the Java-to-Objective-C cross-compiler as well as the Java-based version of Cocoa. Details are available at Speaker: Arno Puder Arno Puder is an Associate Professor at the San Francisco State University. Prior to his current position, he worked for AT Labs Research. His interests include middleware, ubiquitous computing, and applications for sensor networks. He is one of the founders of the Open Source CORBA implementation called MICO.
Java Programming Tutorial - 3 - Downloading Eclipse How to download and use Eclipse for Java programming
Java Video Tutorial 3: Variables and Arithmatic (Part1) Part 1 will describe how to declare and assign variables in java aswell as discussing the various data types. Part 2 shows you how to perform simple arithmatic and display variables through an example program.
Java 10: Interfaces Java 1.6 Netbeans 5.5.1 Beta
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Advanced Topics in Programming Languages: Java Puzzlers,... Google Tech Talks July 23, 2007 ABSTRACT Java Puzzlers, Episode VI: The Phantom-Reference Menace/Attack of the Clone/Revenge of the Shift. Josh Bloch and special guest star Bill Pugh present yet another installment in the continuing saga of Java Puzzlers, consisting of eight more programming puzzles for your entertainment and enlightenment. The game show format keeps you on your toes while the puzzles teach you about the subtleties of the Java programming language and its core libraries. Anyone with a working knowledge of the language will be able to understand the puzzles, but even the most seasoned veterans will be challenged. The lessons you take from this session are directly applicable to...
Ruby on Rails vs Java - Commercial #1 of 9 Gregg Pollack from and Jason Seifer from http do some Ruby on Rails commercials in the same style of the Mac vs PC ads. Videos produced by Jason Hawkins of .
GTUG - Using the Google Collections Library for Java (1 of 2) 08/06/2008 - sv- The Java Collections Framework is indispensable to nearly every Java developer. Yet, you may often find yourself searching for a collection type, implementation, or utility that's nowhere to be found. In this session, you'll learn how the open-source Google Collections Library builds on the excellent foundation of java.util, to provide more of the building blocks you need to do your job. You'll see many examples of how your code can become simpler, safer, more flexible, and more powerful by adopting classes like ReferenceMap, Multimap, our immutable collections and many others. Kevin Bourrillion is the lead engineer for Google's core Java libraries, more of which will be open-sourced in the future. He is a primary author of the Google Collections Library, and of Google's Java dependency injection framework, Guice. He came to Google in 2004 after seven years of fighting for life at a string of Hot Silicon Valley Start-Ups.
Google App Engine - Early Look at Java Language Support This video introduces the latest features of App Engine, including an early look at Java language support. Andrew Bowers will walk through the development of a sample Java application, from creation to deployment. Join us at Google I/O, Google's largest developer event, happening May 27-28, 2009 in San Francisco. The App Engine team will be on hand to answer any questions and hold deep-dive technical sessions. Register to attend:
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Java Programming Tutorial - 2 - Running a Java Program ****MAKE SURE TO WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY**** How to run a Hello World program in java.
Java 11: Swing GUI Intro Using Netbeans 5.5.1 & Java 1.6: Code: --------------- int tempFahr = (int) ((Double.parseDouble(degreesTextField.getText())) * 1.8 + 32); fahrenheitLabel.setText(tempFahr + " Fahrenheit");
Google I/O 2008 - Effective Java Reloaded Effective Java Reloaded Josh Bloch (Google) The long-awaited second edition of Effective Java is here! It covers the latest in best practices for the Java platform. This presentation will concentrate on three areas where new material has been added to the book: enum types, generics, and concurrency. Do you want to know how to combine the safety and richness of collections with the performance of bit fields? Have you ever been confused by wildcard types? Do you want to know when and how to use lazy initialization? Then come to this talk. The patterns and idioms you learn will be directly applicable to your programs and designs.
Project PlaySIM: Experimenting with Java Card™ 3 System Prog Google Tech Talk June 5, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Eric Arseneau, Sun Microsystems, and Fritjof Engelhardtsen, Telenor. The Java Card™ system is the smallest Java™ platform available, but what can you do with it? This session covers some interesting examples involving the playSIM development kit. playSim is an open-source development kit for prototyping new and creative Java Card 3 technology-based applications without the hardware limitations of today's smart cards. It combines the flexibility of the open Sun SPOT platform with the hard security requirements of SIM-card-based applications. Sun SPOT is used as an execution engine as well as a modular hardware platform to enable connection of different types of sensors and I/O interfaces. See how the presenters combine the flexibility of open-source technologies such as Sun SPOTs and Squawk Virtual Machine with the commercial license aspects of the Java Card 3 platform. Come see how to • Experiment with Java Card 3 in the embedded domain through the I/O capabilities of the Sun SPOT platform • Get started with Java Card 3 Servlets, even without terminal support • Simulate SIM and smart cards with embedded radios • Experiment with Near Field Communication (NFC), using regular radios • Create new machine-to-machine interactions • Add one or two boards to a Sun SPOT and have a ready playSIM kit • Simulate smart cards with gigabytes of memory, using ordinary MiniSD cards playSIM is an open-source hardware/software project; all ...
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Pushing Java Java is what it is because of a lot of effort. Here, Juggy, the Java Users Group' s Mascot, and Duke, Java' s Mascot give you a feeling of what this effort is.
Java Programming Tutorial - 27 - Introduction to Arrays Your first tutorial on the wonderful world of Arrays!
Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners Go to to download the entire 16 lessons of Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners. This is the first 8 minutes of lesson 1, in small format for YouTube. The downloaded lessons are full size and good quality. Enjoy!
Java Programming Tutorial Session 1 Introduction to oop and Java Programming for Beginners Part 1 The power point of this video can be downloaded from java9 This video is part of Java Tutorial Series from java9. In this video i have given the introduction to object oriented programming and I gave a good introduction to java programming. The agenda of this video is to explain about the types of programming that were existing like unstructured programming, structured programming, procedural programming, Modular programming and then Object oriented programming. I gave a good explanation about the features of OOP like Inheritance, Polymorphism, Encapsulation, Abstraction. This video will be of great help for java begineers. This java tutorial advantages of java programming and talks about the architecture of java about how java has achieved platform independence. James Gosling invented java in 1991 in sun microsystems. Java is an object oriented programming language which can be executed on any platform. Java is one the most powerful object oriented programming languages in the industry. In this java tutorial i have also explained about how java has maintained the memory management using the Garbage collection. This series of java tutorials also help those people who are preparing for SCJP. For those preparing for Sun certified java programmer certification can subscribe to my channel for more videos that will be uploaded in future.
Advanced Topics in Programming Languages: The Java Memory... Google Tech Talks March 21, 2007 ABSTRACT This talk describes the Java Memory Model and how it affects the ways concurrent software should be written. Recent changes to the memory model, which were incorporated into JDK 5, redefined the semantics of threads, synchronization, volatile variables, and final fields. The new memory model provides efficient and provably correct techniques for safely and correctly implementing concurrent operations. These techniques are compatible with existing good programming practice, although care needs to be taken in a couple of corner cases. Most programmers can avoid depending on low-level details and instead just use the high-level concurrency abstractions...