Top YouTube Channels to Learn Java Programming


In this article, we will discuss the most popular and useful youtube channels of Java tutorials and courses for Java beginners as well as professionals.

I personally tried and learned a lot of things from these youtube channels and I also subscribed these channels so that I will get updated latest videoes.

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-> JavaGuides - My YouTube Channel

JavaGuides provides productive guides/tutorials in-depth about Java/Java EE, Design Patterns, OOPS, Spring Framework, Spring Boot, Hibernate Framework, Angular, Testing, Jersey Rest, Restful, Java 7/8/9/10/11, Build tools and more ...

1. Java (Beginner) Programming Tutorials - By thenewboston

I recommend this youtube tutorial for all Java beginners. This tutorials start from newbie level and strengthen your concepts as you advance.

This tutorial contains 87+ video with practical examples and most viewed videos.

2. Java Video Tutorial - By Derek Banas

Derek Banas is the creator of the hugely popular Java video tutorial contains 94+ videos.

3. Java for Complete Beginners - By Cave Programming

Well, if you are thinking that you want to learn JAVA programming on YouTube with fewer video series then another YouTube channel named ‘Cave of Programming’ may be another best option for you.

Cave of Programming is one of the popular YouTube Channel to learn JAVA coding after the channel ‘thenewboston’. This YouTube channel is established on November 28, 2011.

4. Java Tutorial for Beginners | Crash Course - By Telusko

‘Telusko Learnings’ is created on April 29, 2014, with the intention to provide free programming tutorials on JAVA, C programming, Spring MVC, Android, Hibernate, Network, and Servlet JSP. Till now the channel has around 218K+ subscribers with over 24 million views. The channel has around 1015 videos till now.

5. Java Tutorial For Beginners (Step by Step tutorial) - By ProgrammingKnowledge

The goal of this course is to provide you with a working knowledge of Java applications. Start with the basics, starting from installing Java on different Operating Systems like Window, Mac and Linux on a variety of IDE's e.g. Eclipse, IntelliJ Idea, Netbeans, etc. 

These are 5 top youtube channels to learn Java programming from end-to-end. 

Apart from above youtube channels, I would like to suggest a list of YouTube channels to follow (I am also following these youtube channels), in no particular order, that upload new, high-quality videos on a regular basis.

Channel name - Durga Software Solutions

This channel gives you a clear explanation of each Java concepts. Also useful for Oracle certification.

Channel name - Java

When you’re interested in Java, you can’t miss Oracle’s YouTube channel. It brings you lots of talks from JavaOne about the latest features in Java SE 9 and Java EE 8, sessions from the JVM Language Summit about programming languages and VMs, and interviews with leaders in the Java community.

Channel name - Adam Bien

Adam shows in quick tutorials how easy, efficient and light-weight Java EE development can be.
And he also publishes a popular, monthly Q&A show in which he answers the questions of his viewers and readers.

Channel name - Thoughts on Java

If you’re using JPA or Hibernate, you shouldn’t miss the Thoughts on Java YouTube channel. Each week, I publish 2 new videos showing you how to implement your persistence layer with ease.

Channel name - InfoQ

The InfoQ channel hosts lots of interesting talks from QCon conferences about various architectural and software development topics.

Channel name -Spring Developer

If you’re working with Spring, you probably already know the Spring Developer channel. The team at Pivotal publishes lots of recorded conferences sessions, webinars, and tutorials about Spring.

If you know any other useful youtube channels then share it on comment section.

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