Summary

Java Programming: Intermediate Concepts for the Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming
This is the second in a series of audiobooks dedicated to learning about Java and Java programming. Java is a simple yet powerful programming language, taught in colleges, and used by companies all over the world. It is one of the most common programming languages used in modern business, and a graspable entry into the object-oriented class of programming languages. This audiobook will take you from knowledgeable beginner to junior programmer, learning the most common commands and concepts used to manipulate the many facets of Java's toolset. You will finish this entry in the series with the knowledge and skills necessary to write intermediate level Java programs, and the foundation of learning necessary to progress to the advanced, more complex facets of Java, smoothly and seamlessly. 
In this audiobook, you will learn about: 


Control Flow 
Nested Loops 
Break Statements 
Method Overloading 
Arrays 
Lists 
You'll learn many more aspects of the powerful Java language. Whether your end goal is to work in Silicon Valley, create games, or build your own app - every journey begins with a single step. Take the next step on your journey to harness the power of code. 
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
©2017 Scott Bernard (P)2017 Scott Bernard
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2 out of 5 stars
By Pyor on 30-10-17

Completely unsuited to audio format.

This book is terrible to listen to. It actually reads the sample programs character by character, which takes ages and is painful to follow.
main open parenthesis string open square bracket close square bracket args close parenthesis open curly bracket new line.......
I am guessing that the good reviews are fake. They have incredibly suspicious date stamps. Amazon should clamp down on this sort of thing. Supposedly they have a lot of smart people. I'm sure someone could write an algorithm to red-flag this rubbish.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Latasha on 31-08-17

Informative and interesting guide

This book will take you from knowledgeable beginner to junior programmer, learning the most common commands and concepts used to manipulate the many facets of Java's toolset.

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1 out of 5 stars
By James T. on 05-01-18

syntax read out is not necessary. I was expecting

syntax read out is not necessary. I was expecting though high high g2g g2g tt

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4 out of 5 stars
By Troy S. on 09-10-17

Very good content...

This book has very good content but is horrible as as audio book due to having to listen to five minute long code descriptions including curly braces and tabs.

I honestly could have gotten so much from just being able to listen to Java concepts over and over but the code description made it unbearable so I will have to go out and buy the book also even though I hate reading.

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