Ilias Tsagklis

About Ilias Tsagklis

Ilias Tsagklis is a senior software engineer working in the telecom domain. He is an applications developer in a wide variety of applications/services. Ilias is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.

Java Examples & Code Snippets by Java Code Geeks – Official Launch

Hi all,

Here at Java Code Geeks we are striving to create the ultimate Java to Java developers resource center. In that direction and during the past few months we have made partnerships, we have set up a Java and Android tutorials page and we have created open source software.

But we did not stop there. We are now proud to announce the official launch of our Java Examples & Code Snippets dedicated site. There you will find a wealth of Java snippets that will help you understand basic Java concepts, use the JDK API and kick start your applications by leveraging existing Java technologies.
  
The main categories currently are:

Our goal was to make the snippets as easy to use as possible. For this reason, the vast majority of them can be used as a standalone application that showcases how to use the particular API. The snippets are ready to go, just copy and paste, run the application and see the results.

We hope that this effort will be a great aid to the community and we are really glad to have helped be created. We would be delighted if you helped spreading the word and allowing more and more developers to come in contact with our content. Don’t forget to share!

Happy coding everyone!

Cheers,
The Java Code Geeks team

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