Whether you're new to Java or an old hand, mastering the IDE will make you a better programmer. In this course, you'll gain the skills you need to be immediately effective writing Java code in this powerful IDE.
Looking to get productive quickly with IntelliJ and IntelliJ CE? In this course, Getting Started with IntelliJ CE, you'll be introduced to IntelliJ CE, and learn everything you'll need to know to quickly and efficiently skill up to become a more effective developer. First, you'll explore the details of IDEA projects and project files. Next, you'll delve into core tools of the IDE and testing in IntelliJ CE. Finally, you'll discover how to effectively use code completions. When you're finished with this course, you'll have a solid understanding of the tools and features in IntelliJ CE to spin code faster and more effective than ever before.
David Starr has worked in technology leadership positions for over 20 years. He specializes in agile software development practices, patterns and practices, and judicious application of various technologies within development teams. He is a 5 time Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and a technical instructor with Pluralsight where he focuses on the software development practices and developer tooling curricula. David blogs at ElegantCode.com, is a frequent contributor at conferences and a frequent writer. He has successfully led many product development teams and is a technical learning professional.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is David Starr, and welcome to my course, Getting Started with IntelliJ CE. I'm the technical learning director at GoDaddy, and whether you're new to Java or an old hand, mastering this great IDE will make you a better programmer as you learn to take advantage of the time saving tools in IntelliJ CE. This course is designed to introduce you to IntelliJ CE and become as efficient as possible in very short order. The things learned in this course are equally applicable for using IntelliJ, the Commercial Version. Some of the major topics covered include working with IntelliJ projects and project files, the great Git integration offered by IntelliJ, testing essentials, and much, much more. By the end of this course, you'll know enough about the tool and features in IntelliJ to spin code faster and more effectively than ever. Before beginning this course, it would be helpful to know a bit of Java or other strongly-typed language like C#, but the code samples are simple enough for any developer to follow. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn to master your development environment with the Getting Started with IntelliJ CE course, at Pluralsight.