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In part 1 of this Java Fundamentals with Java 8 by Examples course we will learn about the basics of the Java programming language with more advanced topics being covered in the second part in this course.

Part 2 continue where we stopped in Java fundamentals with Java 8 by examples Part 1. We learn a few more advanced languaged features in Java such as exception handling and annotations. We also look at some of the commonly used Java Class Libraries used to implement collections, threading and I/O in Java.

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