Timeline

Here's what courses are already available and when new ones are coming

Course
Status
Java Essentials
Available
Git Basics
Available
Java Generics In-Depth
Available
Code With Me 01 - Word Search Game

Available

Java Lambda Basics
Available
Spring Boot Quick Start
Available
Java Interview Prep 01
Early Access
Java Assignment
Available
Code With Me 02 - Building a Resume Portal from Scratch
Available
Maven Essentials
Available
Java Collections Essentials
Available

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FAQ

  • What do I get by signing up for the All Access Pass?

    With the All Access Pass, you have access to all the exclusive courses and content that are available on this site. Check out the Learning Roadmap link on the top menu. This should give you a list of courses that are either already on this platform or will be coming in the future.

  • Many Java Brains courses are on YouTube for free! Why should I pay?

    While legacy courses will continue to be available on YouTube, this site contains exclusive courses including learning-path-based courses and assignments that you won't find anywhere else.

  • Why did you decide to publish them here instead of YouTube?

    I've been making courses on YouTube for many years, but lately, YouTube has changed a lot and become a platform where only clickbaity and sensational content thrives the most. Moving to a dedicated learning platform has the advantage of providing streamlined and distraction-free learning experiences including quizzes, assignments and learning paths

  • Will you stop making content on YouTube?

    No, I'll still continue to make free content on YouTube. YouTube is currently a very bad platform for managing and publishing courses. So, any new content I make for Youtube will likely be one-off videos and not full courses.