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Top 50 Udemy Courses For Programmers – ONLY $10.99 THIS WEEK

Hello Guys, The New Year is already started and I expect you already made your resolutions in terms of what to learn in 2018. If you have your goals ready, now is the time to make plans to achieve those goals and Online courses are amazing for learning and improving your skills.

While you can learn a lot from podcasts and blog posts, sometimes you just need a course to see it in action in order to really master a new skill.

And right now (Jan 1-11), Udemy is running a ridiculously awesome deal where they are giving away all their courses for just $10.99.

But there are so many courses to choose from, it could take forever to find which ones are relevant and worthwhile.

So I did the hard work for you and outlined 50+ of the top courses specifically for us Java and Web Developers.

Many of these courses are normally $100 or more, but for this week only, ALL UDEMY COURSES ARE UP TO 90% OFF!

This deal expires Friday, January 11th, so don’t wait. Take advantage of this deal while it lasts.

In this article, you will learn:

  • The absolute best courses for learning Java and Web Technologies
  • Top courses for improving knowledge of essential frameworks e.g. Spring 5
  • Courses that will teach you the best tools for web development and deployment e.g. Docker, Jenkins
  • Courses that will help you become better web developers
  • And classes that will improve your programming and coding skill

Without further ado, let’s get we learn on.

TOP 10 JAVA AND WEB DEVELOPMENT CURSES

Before going into a separate list of Java and related technology courses, let me introduce you my list of top 10 courses I have bought from Udemy and strongly recommend every Java developer to buy while the sale last.

If you don’t have time to go through the whole list, this is the 10 courses you should buy from Udemy.

Complete Java 9 Masterclass – Beginner to Expert

Learn Java 8 and Java 9 – Building Java FX, Spring-boot and Vaadin Java Applications. Includes Advanced Java Concepts

4.4 (195 ratings)

6,805 students enrolled

Java 9 MasterClass by Udemy

Spring Framework 5: Beginner to Guru

Learn Spring Framework 5 and Spring Boot 2 with the Most Modern and Comprehensive Spring Framework Course Available

4.6 (1,226 ratings)

8,638 students enrolled

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Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5

Learn Functional Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5!

4.3 (80 ratings)

1,155 students enrolled

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Master Microservice with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

An awesome journey from Restful Web Services to Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud
Best Seller

4.4 (475 ratings)

3,542 students enrolled

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Master Jenkins CI For DevOps and Developers

Learn how to build automated continuous integration pipeline with Jenkins. Take your DevOps skills to the next level.
Best Seller

4.5 (3,727 ratings)

26,384 students enrolled

Jenkins and DevOps

Git Complete: The definitive, step-by-step guide to Git

Go from zero to hero with Git source control step-by-step with easy to understand examples. Become the next Git expert!

4.4 (2,531 ratings)

20,955 students enrolled

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Maven Crash Course

Create a multi-module maven java web application project in easy steps
Best Seller

4.5 (1,261 ratings)

16,274 students enrolled

Essential Maven Plugins

Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

Be ready for the Dockerized future, where nearly all software is developed and deployed in containers. Welcome to the most complete and up-to-date course for learning and using Docker end-to-end, from development and testing to deployment and production. Taught by a Docker Captain and DevOps consultant

4.7 (5,485 ratings)

32,019 students enrolled

Docker Course Udemy

Docker for Java Developers

Learn how you can use Docker to supercharge your enterprise Java Development!

4.4 (427 ratings)

4,060 students enrolled

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The Web Developer Bootcamp

The only course you need to learn web development – HTML, CSS, JS, Node, and More!
Best Seller

4.7 (52,585 ratings)

222,572 students enrolled

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Best Java Courses from Udemy

Complete Java Masterclass

Learn to master Java 8 and Java 9 core development step-by-step, and make your first unique, advanced program in 30 days

4.6 (32,829 ratings)
172,198 students enrolled

Programming Java for Beginners – The Ultimate Java Tutorial

Learn Java Programming at your own Pace. Comes Complete with Working Files and a Verifiable Certificate of Completion.

4.3 (792 ratings)

53,391 students enrolled

Complete Step By Step Java For Testers

A-Z guide for learning Java what’s perfectly right for your Selenium WebDriver and Test Automation needs
4.5 (3,547 ratings)
36,594 students enrolled

BEST SPRING FRAMEWORK COURSES

Spring & Hibernate for Beginners

Spring Framework 5: Learn Spring Core, Spring AOP, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Hibernate – Most Popular Spring Course
Best Seller
4.7 (8,249 ratings)
32,357 students enrolled

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Spring Framework Master Class – Beginner to Expert

Learn the magic of Spring Framework in 100 Steps with Spring Boot, Spring JDBC, Spring AOP, JUnit, Mockito and JPA.
Best Seller
4.3 (6,858 ratings)
53,034 students enrolled

Spring Framework Masterclass: Beginner to Professional

Learn Spring with Core, MVC, JDBC, MySQL; Upcoming: Spring 5, Spring Boot 2, Thymeleaf, Security, Hibernate, JPA & more

4.5 (1,521 ratings)

11,393 students enrolled

Master Hibernate and JPA with Spring Boot in 100 Steps

Learn fundamentals of Java Persistence API (JPA) and Hibernate framework using Spring and Spring Boot
Best Seller
4.5 (234 ratings)
4,369 students enrolled

Microservices with Spring Cloud

A deep-dive into the Microservice architectural style, and how to implement it with Spring technologies.

4.5 (2,975 ratings)

12,368 students enrolled

Spring MVC For Beginners : Build Java Web App in 25 Steps

Spring MVC Tutorial for Beginners with a Hands-on Step by Step Approach – 25 Steps
Best Seller

4.6 (1,249 ratings)

5,415 students enrolled

The Java Spring Tutorial: Learn Java’s Popular Web Framework

Learn the hottest, most in-demand Java web framework, including web programming with Spring MVC and Hibernate. Lifetime access with no subscription on Udemy.

4.3 (3,429 ratings)

26,650 students enrolled

Learn Spring Boot – Rapid Spring Application Development

Spring Boot gives you all the power of the Spring Framework without all of the complexity. Start writing apps today!

4.3 (2,181 ratings)

9,771 students enrolled

BEST WEB DEVELOPMENT COURSES

React 16 – The Complete Guide (incl. React Router 4 & Redux)

Dive in and learn React from scratch! Learn Reactjs, Redux, React Routing, Animations, Next.js basics and way more!
Best Seller

4.8 (3,224 ratings)

18,476 students enrolled

Angular 5 (formerly Angular 2) – The Complete Guide

Master Angular (Angular 2+, incl. Angular 5) and build awesome, reactive web apps with the successor of Angular.js
Best Seller

4.7 (36,562 ratings)

129,104 students enrolled

Master Java Web Services and REST API with Spring Boot

Learn to develop RESTfully and SOAP Java Web Services with Spring and Spring Boot in 90 easy steps
Best Seller

4.4 (544 ratings)

7,389 students enrolled

The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0

Learn Web Development by building 25 websites and mobile apps using HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, Python, MySQL & more!

4.6 (30,603 ratings)

150,447 students enrolled

The Complete JavaScript Course: Build a Real-World Project

Master JavaScript with the most complete JavaScript course on the market! Includes projects, challenges, final exam, ES6
Best Seller

4.7 (10,483 ratings)

65,342 students enrolled

The Advanced Web Developer Bootcamp

Learn React 16, Redux, D3, ES2015, Testing, CSS Flexbox, Animations, SVG, AJAX, and more!

4.7 (1,585 ratings)

20,007 students enrolled

Learning Python for Data Analysis and Visualization

Learn Python and how to use it to analyze, visualize and present data. Includes tons of sample code and hours of video!
Best Seller

4.4 (5,483 ratings)

63,160 students enrolled

Learn to Code by Making Games – Complete C# Unity Developer

Game development & design. Learn C# using Unity 5 (Unity 2017 compatible). Your first 7 2D & 3D games for web & mobile.
Best Seller

4.6 (33,865 ratings)

215,497 students enrolled

The Python Mega Course: Build 10 Real World Applications

The only Python course covering web, databases, web scraping, data science, web visualizations, image processing & more!

4.5 (12,066 ratings)

74,684 students enrolled

The Ultimate MySQL Bootcamp: Go from SQL Beginner to Expert

Become an In-demand SQL Master by creating complex databases and building reports through real-world projects
Best Seller

4.6 (4,068 ratings)

31,504 students enrolled

Complete Python Masterclass

Python 3 is the in-demand programming language used extensively by Google. Master Python 3 and you’ll be in demand too!

4.6 (9,254 ratings)

61,652 students enrolled

The Complete Node.js Developer Course (2nd Edition)

Learn Node.js by building real-world applications with Node, Express, MongoDB, Mocha, and more!
Best Seller

4.7 (10,308 ratings)

54,216 students enrolled

Complete Guide to TensorFlow for Deep Learning with Python

Learn how to use Google’s Deep Learning Framework – TensorFlow with Python! Solve problems with cutting-edge techniques!
Best Seller

4.6 (1,759 ratings)

18,220 students enrolled

Machine Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Python & R In Data Science

Learn to create Machine Learning Algorithms in Python and R from two Data Science experts. Code templates included.
Best Seller

4.5 (28,300 ratings)

188,231 students enrolled

Python for Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp

Learn how to use NumPy, Pandas, Seaborn, Matplotlib, Plotly, Scikit-Learn, Machine Learning, Tensorflow, and more!

4.6 (13,360 ratings)

89,365 students enrolled

Data Science, Deep Learning, & Machine Learning with Python

Go hands-on with the neural network, artificial intelligence, and machine learning techniques employers are seeking!
Best Seller

4.5 (6,887 ratings)

48,972 students enrolled

Take Action to become a better Java and Web Developers

Whether you want to improve your coding, design, development skill, or productivity as web developers, there’s a valuable course for everyone on this list…for cheap!

Fifteen bucks and a little time is a small investment that could give you massive results as a programmer, developer, and software architect.

Even if you don’t have the time to take an entire course this week, buy the courses now before this deal ends, and take them later when you have more time. I know there was a course (or five) that peaked your interest.

Get these courses now while they’re just $10.99 because after Friday, January 11th you’ll have to pay 90% more. Crikey!

So, which courses will you dive into?

Are there any other Java and Web Development Udemy courses you took and loved that you’d add to the list?

P.S. Curious what our requirements were for making the list?

First, we made sure each course had at least 30 stellar reviews, and the average rating was 4 stars or higher.

At the bottom of some sections, we also added links to courses that looked promising with 20 reviews, but the course didn’t quite meet our 30 review threshold

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12 Most Influential Books Every Software Engineer Needs to Read

Indeed a great list, I have also shared list of books every programmer should read, very similar to yours, and hope I can add couple from here as well 🙂

The Curious Programmer

This is a question that I get a lot, especially from co-workers or friends that are just beginning their journey as a software craftsman.

What book should I read to become a better developer? Do I need to read books?

I think it’s a great question, and it is one that I asked many of my mentors as I was becoming a software engineer. The problem was that many people suggested different books on different topics. All the books they suggested were great in their own right, but no one was able to give me a list that would be the ESSENTIAL books, the MUST READS, that any engineer with hopes of being great should most certainly read.

Well, I’ve learned a lot from my mentors and realized that I still had a lot to learn with the many different books that were suggested to me. I decided to develop a routine…

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Java Interview Questions – Resource

This list contains links to several Java Interview Questions articles, which are helpful for Java developers looking to build their knowledge from interview point of view.

Java Questions from Investment Banks Interview

Top 40 Core Java Interview Questions for Phone interviews

Telephonic round of Interview is usually used to screen candidate before asking them to come to the office for a face-to-face interview, but nowadays it become even more important. Gone those days when one telephonic round of interviews was enough, nowadays you need to face 3 to 4 telephonic interview before you get a chance to see your Interviewer. In this article, we will see 40 odd questions from Java telephonic interviews, which will help you to get an Idea about what to expect and how to answer them. See here http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/03/top-40-core-java-interview-questions-answers-telephonic-round.html

 

Java OOP Concept interviews Questions

OOP is very important part of any Java Interview and that’s why you need to prepare it well. In this article, I have shared some of the most frequently asked OOP concepts questions from various Java interviews, including both telephonic and face-to-face round. It contains some easy, some very easy and some tough questions for your practice. http://java67.blogspot.in/2015/12/top-30-oops-concept-interview-questions-answers-java.html

 

Basic Java Interview Questions

A collection of some really basic questions for core Java developers of having 1 to 2 years of experience or college graduates looking for the job. One of the must read for the telephonic round of interviews. http://java67.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/java-interview-questions-answers-for-freshers-1-to-4-years-experience.html

 

21 Frequently asked Java Interview Questions

If you have attended a couple of Java interviews then you know that there are few questions which keep repeating. You go to one company to other, but you will find the same set of questions coming again. It’s good to make a list of such frequently asked Java programming question. So that you can revise them when needed, instead of doing Google, at last, minute. This list contains 21 such questions, a good starting point to build your own list 🙂 See here http://java67.blogspot.com/2014/07/21-frequently-asked-java-interview-questions-answers.html

60+ Java Interview Questions for revision

A collection of some of the frequently asked Java questions for quick revision. http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/09/60-java-interview-questions-for-quick.html

 

10 Algorithm Books Every Java Programmer should read

A collection of some good books to learn computer algorithms. Many programmers forget to learn data structure and algorithm in the race of learning a programming language and failed to realize the value learning algorithm provides. There is no doubt that a programmer who knows and practice algorithms are better than one who only knows about API.

http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/09/top-10-algorithm-books-every-programmer-read-learn.html

 

10 RESTful Web Service Interview Questions

Some good RESTful web services questions from Java interviews.
http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/09/top-10-restful-web-service-interview-questions-answers.html

 

10 Java Overloading and Overriding Questions

Test your knowledge of method overloading and overriding in Java with these frequently asked questions from this topic. http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/08/top-10-method-overloading-overriding-interview-questions-answers-java.html

20 Questions you can ask Interviewer

One of the important aspects of programming job interviews is the section where you can ask questions to Interviewer. Many programmers let go this opportunity by saying they don’t have any question. Instead of doing that, you can use this in your favor by scoring few more brownie points and also learning some key insight which will help you to make a decision on the offer. Read more : http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2015/10/20-questions-you-can-ask-to-interviewer.html

 

20 Java ArrayList Interview Questions

List of some of the frequently asked ArrayList based question from Java Interviews. If you are serious about Java Job interview, then surely, you cannot miss ArrayList http://java67.blogspot.com/2015/06/20-java-arraylist-interview-questions.html

 

Good Books for Java Interviews

5 Great books to prepare for Java and JEE interviews. This list contains two types of book, first which contains questions from general programming topic like data structure, algorithm, OOP, software design, XML, SQL and second, which contains questions from core Java and JEE technologies e.g. multithreading, concurrency, GC, collections, JVM internals, performance tuning and JSP, Servlet, EJB, Spring framework, Hibernate etc. list is here http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2015/12/5-good-books-for-java-jee-programming.html

 

130+ Java Interview Questions from last 5 Years
This is the mega list of Java interview questions from last 5 years, which contains questions from all popular Java topics e.g. String, coding, multi-threading, Garbage collection, JVM internals, design patterns, unit testing, best practices etc. This is the only list you need to prepare for your Java interview. I hope this will help you to do well on your telephonic and face-to-face Java interviews.
Read more: http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2015/10/133-java-interview-questions-answers-from-last-5-years.html 

 

What is the difference between REST and SOAP?

REST and SOAP are two popular style to implement web services in Java and another programming language. As a web developer, it’s very important for anyone to understand the difference between them and pros and cons of each other to decide which kind of web services suits their need. Detailed answer is on http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2015/08/difference-between-soap-and-restfull-webservice-java.html

 

 

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Google’s growing problem: 50% of people do zero searches per day on mobile

Source: Google’s growing problem: 50% of people do zero searches per day on mobile

 

One reason of this is also typing on mobile is not really a pleasant experience, forget about typing on browser address bar. Mobile is great for WhatsApp like app which is more forwarding, less typing and now more talking.

Thanks

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Google’s growing problem: 50% of people do zero searches per day on mobile

One reason of this is also typing on mobile is not really a pleasant experience, forget about typing on browser address bar. Mobile is great for WhatsApp like app which is more forwarding, less typing and now more talking.

Thanks
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The Overspill: when there's more that I want to say


Amit Singhal in 2011 showing a comparison of search volumes from mobile and “early desktop years”. Photo by Niall Kennedy on Flickr.

Amit Singhal, Google’s head of search, let slip a couple of interesting statistics at the Re/Code conference – none more so than that more than half of all searches incoming to Google each month are from mobile. (That excludes tablets.)

This averages out to less than one search per smartphone per day. We’ll see why in a bit.

First let’s throw in some more publicly available numbers.
• more than 100bn searches made per month to Google (total of desktop/ tablet/ mobile).
• about 1.4bn monthly active Google Android devices. (Source: Sundar Pichai, Nexus launch.)
• about 1 billion monthly active Google Play users. (Source: Sundar Pichai, Nexus launch.)
• about 1.5bn PCs in use worldwide.
• about 400m iPhones in use worldwide. Probably about 100m…

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