As you probably have noticed, we have been running the Java Code Geek (JCG) program for a while now. The JCG program aims to build mutually beneficial partnerships between Java Code Geeks and community bloggers whose articles are of interest to the Java developer community.
The program simplifies the process of publishing selected blog articles by JCG members onto the Java Code Geeks site. Through this process, our JCGs enjoy substantially increased visibility, while our audience enjoys great content. The program’s goal is to create the ultimate Java to Java resource center. And we would like to ask your contribution for it. You can read all the details in the JCG Program official page.
Currently, we are counting around 40 partners who have contributed a lot of top notch articles. At the same time, they have reaped the benefits of being our partners by enjoying increased exposure to their personal blog or site.
Additionally, we are now introducing the Write For Geeks (W4G) program. We’re always looking for opportunities to team up with talented people in the software development world, people who are willing to contribute unique, useful, creative and exciting articles to the community.
With the W4G program, you can share one of your articles with the community, operating in a “push” mode. You can email us the whole article or better yet provide us with the link if it is already posted. We will evaluate the article and repost it under the Java Code Geeks umbrella, mentioning of course the author and the original source. After your first post is published, you will also be included in our guest writers list.
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Author David Gassner explores Java SE (Standard Edition), the language used to build mobile apps for Android devices, enterprise server applications, and more!
The course demonstrates how to install both Java and the Eclipse IDE and dives into the particulars of programming. The course also explains the fundamentals of Java, from creating simple variables, assigning values, and declaring methods to working with strings, arrays, and subclasses; reading and writing to text files; and implementing object oriented programming concepts. Exercise files are included with the course.