Saturday, March 14, 2020

Top 10 Java and Web Development Courses from Udemy - Best of Lot

Hello guys, I am sure you all have made your goals and resolutions for this year, like what to learn in 2020. If you haven't, then check out my post 10 Things Java programmer should learn in 2020 for some ideas. If you have already made your goal, then it is time to think about how you are going to achieve it. For example, my top 3 goals in 2020 are to learn Java 13, Spring 5, and Spring Security 5, but how am I going to learn them? Well, I like books and online courses, and that's why I have been searching for some excellent courses on Java and Spring. Luckily there are some available in Udemy, and the best part is that they are currently running a New Year Sale event where every single course is priced just $10, Yes you heard it right, only $10.99, even for a course whose original price is $200.

Well, this is not the first time though they ran such a sale, they ran one during Black Friday, when I went into a shopping spree and bought 20 courses in one go. Today also I have purchased a couple of classes on Machine learning and Data Science.

I think this is an excellent opportunity for Java developers to upgrade their skills and turn out their new year goals into action; hence, I have compiled some of the best courses for Java and Web developers.

Even though I have already bought more than 30 courses from Udemy in the last couple of months, I have only included 10 of the best ones, which I think is essential for Java developers. Btw, if you find a suitable course which you want to share with us, feel free to do so.

10 Java and Web Development Courses from Udemy

Anyway, here is my list of some of the best courses for Java and Web developers from Udemy. This includes courses on Java 11, Spring 5, Spring Boot 2, Git, Maven, Jenkins, Docker, REST API, Microservice, and general web development stuff. This should be a good list of skills to learn and update in 2020.

1. The Complete Java Masterclass

First thing first, if you are a professional Java developer, you got to learn recent Java versions like Java 9, 10, and 11. Even if you don't use Jigsaw, there are some API enhancement that is worth looking in Java 9 like creating a map or list in JDK 11 is much more comfortable with new factory methods introduced in JDK 9. This course was recently updated to cover Java 11 and provides a good overview of all new features of JDK 9, JDK 10, and JDK 11.

best course to learn Java in Udemy

2. Spring Framework 5: Beginner to Guru

This is one of the most modern and comprehensive Spring Framework courses available on Spring framework 5 and Spring Boot 2 at this moment. The author, John Thompson, is an authority on Spring world, previously worked for Pivotal customers as a Spring Source consultant, and has also spoken at Spring One. If you are serious about learning new features of Spring 5, like. Reactive Programming, then this is the right course for you.

Best Spring Course for Java Developers

3. Docker for Java Developers

As the title suggests, this course is specially designed for Java developers. You will learn how you can use Docker to supercharge your enterprise Java Development. You can take this course once you have a basic understanding of what is Docker and what value it provides in terms of software development and deployment.

Best Docker Course for Java Developers

4. Master Microservice with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

Developing RESTful web services and Microservice is fun, and the combination of Spring Boot, Spring Web MVC, Spring Web Services, and JPA makes it even more fun. In this course, you will learn how to implement microservices using Spring Cloud.

best course to learn Spring Microservice

This course is divided into two parts: RESTful web services and Microservices. In the first part of the course, you will learn the basics of RESTful web services, and the second part is focused on Microservices.

5. Jenkins, From Zero To Hero: Become a DevOps Jenkins Master

If you want to take your DevOps skills to the next level in 2020, this is the right course for you. In this course, you will learn how to build an automated continuous integration pipeline with Jenkins. You will also understand the fundamental concepts of continuous inspection, continuous integration, and continuous deployment, and the difference between them. 

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

Git is the most popular version control system at this moment. It's different from SVN or CVS in the sense that its a distributed version control system, which means you can commit changes on your local repository, and then you can push that to Github or remote repository at once.

how to learn Git in 2019

This course provides a complete overview of Git, including installation, branching, and merging, downloading projects from Github, Rebasing, Stashing, working with Git bash on the command line, and Tagging essential milestones.

7. Maven Crash Course

This is for Java developers who don't know Maven, one of the essential skills for Java Programmers. Ideally, you should have learned it earlier, but if you haven't, it's not too late. You can learn Maven using this Crash course in a couple of days.

How to learn Maven in 2019 using online course
Since Maven is the most popular build tool for Java projects and also makes dependency management more comfortable, I strongly recommend every Java developer to learn Maven in 2020, if they haven't.

8. Docker Mastery: The Complete Toolset From a Docker Captain

Docker is another essential skill for Java developers to learn in 2020. Docker provides a new way of development and deployment for your mobile and web apps. In the current world of distributed development and implementation, its increasingly become an essential skill.

This course not only introduces the big picture of Docker but also provides a complete overview of different Docker tools.

9. Reactive Programming with Spring Framework 5

Another excellent and advanced course by John Thompson, which particular focus on reactive programming with Spring 5. This course provides hands-on experience with building a Reactive application to stream 'movie events' leveraging the Reactive data types and WebFlux - both are new features of Spring Framework 5.

best course to learn Spring 5 in Udemy

10. The Web Developer Bootcamp

This is a general course on Web development which teaches you all the new libraries and framework required to build a modern web application, like HTML, CSS, JS, Node, and More. If you are thinking of learning web development in 2020, this course is a good starting point.

best web development course for Java progarmmers

That's all about some of the top Udemy courses for Java and Web Developers. As I said, currently, Udemy is running a New Year Sale where every course is available for just $10, It's an excellent opportunity to buy the classes you like, and then you can take them as per your convenience. Udemy gives you lifetime access to the course you buy, which means you can make it anytime.

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Thanks for reading this article so far. If you like these Java and Web Development courses from Udemy then please share with your friends. If you have any questions or feedback then please drop a note.

P.S. - If you are thinking of learning new programming languages in 2020 and looking for ideas, check out my post about the top 10 programming languages of 2020.


Unknown said...

nice artical sir, Like UDEMY can you please throw some light on Plural Sight courses which are relevant.

javin paul said...

Hello Ajay, I just did a couple of days ago, Please check my post Top 10 Pluarlsight courses for Java developers

saurabh said...

Hi Paul,
Do you prefer packet pub books. They also offering everything at 5$.

Javin said...

Hello Saurabh, I didn't new about it, thanks. I indeed like Packet pub books e.g. I have read a couple of them on Spring security and Java, but didn't know they offer on $5.

Anonymous said...

Hi Javin,

The courses are great, Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Nice course

javin paul said...

Thank you guys, glad you liked these online courses.

Unknown said...

Those are my 2019 commitments!! Thank you

Anonymous said...

Hi Paul,

What would be your suggestion for someone who understand quite well Java syntax or academics (as you call it) but have no idea about this modern way of writing back-end code that is Java+Spring+JPA, DAO/DTO... where there are almost no if/while and everything is done by concatenating calls to methods?

I was exposed to that kind of Java at my previous company (not as a developer) and I was unable to understand it nor write it but I'd like to learn it to a point where I could be able to do code reviews and even write some code with it

Unknown said...

good job...helpful article for web developers

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