I started my first course about Java on Raspberry Pi on Udemy. Initially, I choose the price of 20$ as I had put a lot of effort into making it. The course gets great feedback (4.5/5), but as Udemy only pays the creator 2 to 5$ per student, I decided to make the course free at the start of 2023!
At that time, I also created a second course, that is also free, and is available on Foojay and Udemy.
Java Quick Start
Is Java your first programming language and do you want to get up and running fast? Or maybe you are already an experienced programmer in another language and want to give Java a try?
Let friends of OpenJDK, i.e., the open source Java development kit that includes the Java programming language, help you get started!
You can find the course here:
- On Foojay: foojay.io/java-quick-start/
- On Udemy: udemy.com/course/getting-started-with-java-in-30-minutes
Use Java 11 and Java FX 11 on a Raspberry PI
You can find the course here: udemy.com/use-java-11-and-java-fx-11-on-a-raspberry-pi.
In this course on Udemy I want to give you a quick step-by-step, getting-started with Java 11 and JavaFX 11 on the Raspberry Pi.
This is not a full course on Java and JavaFX (there are already a lot of very good other ones on Udemy), but a guide to what you need to get a recent Java running on a Pi and to be able to control the GPIO’s via Java and show it in a nice dashboard-like JavaFX application.
Based on this blog series.