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  • Title: Java Programming for Kids, Parents and Grandparents
  • Author(s) Yakov Fain
  • Publisher: GitHub; eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
  • License(s): Creative Commons License
  • Paperback: N/A
  • eBook: HTML and PDF (211 pages)
  • Language: English, French, Russian, and Ukranian
  • ISBN-10: N/A
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Book Description

The goal of this book is to help students learn to program in the most popular language in the world: Java. It starts from an introduction to Java and then explains how to write programs that have Graphic User Interface by writing the Tic-Tac-Toe and Ping-Pong games.

The "Java for Kids" book can be used in multiple ways:

  1. Teenagers can use it to teach themselves
  2. Parents can use this book for teaching their kids Java
  3. School teachers can use it as a text book in introductory classes on programming
  4. University professors can use it as a supplement to their "Computer Science 101" classes.

While this book is written for 12+ year old kids, adults looking for an easy intro to Java may find this book useful as well. In the book you’ll be using the same tools used by professional programmers. As a bonus, the last chapter will teach you how to publish your code on the Web on a super popular site called GitHub. Millions of programmers share their programs there and you should too.

The reader also learns how to handle run-time errors (known as exceptions), and how to work with files and serialization.

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