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Java Coding 1: Getting Started - Atlanta - Classroom South - Room 403/405

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Classroom South

Room 403/405

95 Decatur Street

Atlanta, GA 30303

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Sales Have Ended

Registrations are closed
Hey All! This workshop is still happening! You're seeing this message because either tickets have sold out or sales have ended. If the green 'Register' button is still active please click and join the waitlist. If space opens up you'll get notified about how to register and claim a spot. If the green button is not active it means that ticket sales have ended. Feel free to send an e-mail to PantherTech@gsu.edu if you are sure you can make it. If no one has signed-up for a workshop and we don't receive a request in time, we usually cancel the workshop so the instructor can work on other projects. It's always worth checking though, so definitely reach out!
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Java is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language that is widely used by programmers in fields ranging from Android application development to Big Data technologies. Because of its platform independent nature, it is a popular and in-demand language to learn.

Part 1 will introduce Java for those who are new to programming.

Workshop Topics

  • Understanding basic programming concepts.
  • Performing operations with variables.
  • Using conditionals to change the way the program behaves.
  • Running Java programs from the command line.
  • Utilizing an IDE for writing Java programs.

Prerequisites: Willingness to learn and intermediate computer skills. Previous programming experience is a plus, but not required.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please arrive early! It may take a few minutes to log in and get set-up to follow along with the workshop.



FAQs

Are there ID requirements?
  • YES. Georgia State University students, faculty and staff must bring a valid Panther ID card to the workshop. Driver’s license, Jag cards, or any other form of ID can NOT be accepted. Not with Georgia State? See “I don’t have a Panther ID card” below.


I don't have a PantherID card. I’m not a current student or GSU employee!
  • Not a problem! Our workshops are open to the public for a small fee.
    • The fee is $10 per session for attendees that are not actively part of GSU. We cannot accept cash, debit, or credit cards. Payment must be in the form of a check or money order (remember: we cannot accept cash!). The checks or money orders should be made out to Georgia State University.
    • You’ll also need to fill out this registration form and bring it with you along with your payment (again, checks or money orders only) to the workshop.
  • Important: Please send an e-mail to PantherTech@gsu.edu to confirm access to computers/network for workshop participation. Please send your e-mail at least 3 business days ahead of the workshop. ALSO, please arrive at least 10 minutes early to get attendance processed and set-up on the training machines.


Where do I park?
  • Parking information for GSU's Atlanta and Perimeter campuses is at https://parking.gsu.edu/. You'll find info on Student, Faculty/Staff, and Visitor (non-GSU) parking. For a specific Perimeter campus, select "Perimeter College" from the menu at the top of the page.


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I’m running late. Can I still attend?
  • It can take a few minutes to log in and get set-up to follow along in the workshop, so we ask folks to arrive early. However, to limit disruption we limit admission to 10 minutes after published start time. Too late? That happens – check back at http://technology.gsu.edu/panthertech for the next workshop.


I’d like to bring someone with me. Is that OK?
  • Yes! The more the merrier. If they are part of GSU they’ll just need to bring their Panther ID card with them. If they aren’t from GSU and wish to participate in the workshop see above – “I don’t have a Panther ID card.” If the person you are bringing just wants to sit in and not participate, unfortunately in this case they’ll have to wait outside the workshop. Please remember these workshops are here for the GSU community and paid participants.


I have other questions!
Write to us at PantherTech@gsu.edu .



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Classroom South

Room 403/405

95 Decatur Street

Atlanta, GA 30303

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