I am so happy that I can bring you a free Java for beginners course. It is now up on Udemy and the content has to be less than two hours for it to qualify to be free.
I also posted up the free Udemy course: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-beginners-java/ It is limited to two hours of content. The next Udemy premium course will be announced when it is available and it will have a lot more content, programming exercises and self-review quizzes.
I am so grateful that I get to have this opportunity to develop courses. I am excited to add in the next course that has more content, quizzes and programming exercises. So far since it went live I already have 123 people enrolled in the course and have 13 lectures online. It's light on quizzes and there aren't any programming exercises - you follow along the videos yourself and it's self-guided. The next course will be a little different. There will be quizzes and programming exercises to accompany the lectures, however, it needs to be premium (free courses are limited to 2 hours) as the content covers a lot and the videos are more than two hours of content. Also see the new video I posted today in the beginner's course on YouTube. With Udemy you will get a full experience of course exercises, real-life examples and coding to do. In YouTube it shows the videos that I have recorded so far to explain different concepts and we are almost coming to the end of the beginner's course on YouTube. I have had so much fun creating these and I hope you have fun watching them too. Enjoy programming and thanks for watching!