Java Tutorial 02 – Datatypes & Variables

This video introduces you to the primitive datatypes in available in Java. We also look at variables to show how we can store data.

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Michael Marner

My name is Michael, and this is my website. I am currently working as a Research Fellow at the University of South Australia's Wearable Computer Lab. I am also the chair of the board and an announcer at Adelaide based community radio station Three D Radio 93.7FM.

28 thoughts on “Java Tutorial 02 – Datatypes & Variables”

  1. I just started learning Java and your videos are by far the easiest to understand. I’ve search and watch tons of Java tutorial videos on youtube, but I could not understand what they’re trying to teach.

  2. I’m paying mega dollars to attend a University and find your tutorials the best money can buy!! I’ve only finished watching 3 of your videos…can’t wait for the rest.

    Thanks!

  3. gotta thank you, after being confused from the lecturor i found and watched your videos and passed the module, 😀

    sadly I failed the maths lol, why am laughing i dont know, I failed uni and have to start again

  4. Man, you’re awesome!!!!!
    Great videos, you’re contributing a lot to so many people.
    May your life be blessed with an ever lasting happiness.

  5. Chris,
    You have no idea how bright the bulb is that you turned on in my headspace. I was completely at sea with Java with no lighthouse in sight but after watching 2 of your videos I am making my way safely to land. Much thanks and please continue to influence students lost at sea.
    Yvette C

  6. man you are the man …. thanks a million …..plz plz plz plz plz plz keep making more videos and make it more descriptive plzzzzz… thanks a million and god bless you… chill

  7. i have tried millions of website for good tutorials but none is good as your waaayyy to far… thanks plzzz keep making more plzz… ….

  8. very descriptive,very very energetic,very dedicated very detailed not missing out any thing at all that even a begineer like me with no pregramming expereince at all can understand very clearly…and that’s not cause i m intelligent thats cause the way you teach is simply the best… the best teacher i have ever met… i absolutely have no question to ask….cheerss..more tutorials plzzz:)…

  9. its really amazing the way u explain….the university lectures are very confusing and seems to be hard…but with video i am so happy…thanks a lot

  10. Thank you, Michael. If I got some money, I’d throw a huge money on the tip jar. Yeah, I like what I see!!!

  11. Well Thx so much for the tutorial
    It helps a lot!!!!
    I’m like learning java cuz im making an mmorpg
    and your tutoral really helps.
    THX!

  12. Good on yer … this is exactly what i was looking for … no BS … keep it going. Was more than happy to send a tip!

  13. Sir Peter

    Thank you for all these helpful videos, it is very clear and understandable.

    I was just wondering, is it possible to download your videos so that i could save it to a portable device which i will view whenever i have a free time?

    thanks again!

    Zkil

  14. Hey, just want to say thank you so much! Like many others on here, I have found your tutorials so much easier and and beneficial then being in school for the last semester!! And they are a lot more easier to understand than the other ones I have found on youtube. I can’t believe how easy and simple you have made it look by the way you have presented it.

    I have just finished watching tutorial 2 and it is already starting to make a lot more sense. I will definitely donate to your site once I get some funds into my Paypal account!! LOL. Other people should donate too because this is some really good stuff if you are just beginning to learn Java or don’t grasp the concepts yet. Plus, Michael is taking time and effort to provide this for free to us!

    LOL I promise I am in no way affiliated with this site. I am just a desperate student that was looking for a way to learn Java quickly and easily for my Intro to Programming class, and I happened to find the first tutorial on youtube, then came to this URL.

    So thank you again! These videos are great and I’m looking forward to moving on to the additional ones.

  15. Your videos are amazing. You’re a funny guy, too 🙂 Keep up the good work I’m actually starting to understand this stuff!

  16. can you please tell me where to find the Keyboard.java file which enables us to take inputs from the keyboard… You videos are just awesome!!! thanks a lot… please keep creating more videos!!!

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