View the next part: In this tutorial I will teach you how to begin coding with Java, one of the most powerful multiplatform languages to date. Download Eclipse: Download Java: Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will teach you guys how to read text from files, no matter how much text the file contains! Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will teach you how to use if statements to further enhance your java applictation. Download Eclipse: Download Java: Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial you will learn how to use while statements to indefinitely repeat tasks which otherwise would take a large amount of time. Contact me via PM if you would like a Minecraft code for only $10 Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial you will learn how to use return statements and parameters in order to quickly get and store information. Thanks for watching!


It's been a while since I've uploaded a video, eh? I've been busy. My apologies. But I am coming back strong with an entirely new series teaching you how to use my favorite text editor: vim. I hope that you learn something and I hope you enjoy the tutorial! Download vim: Thanks for watching! Discuss:


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I teach you how to use the java.util.Random library in order to generate random numbers. Thanks for watching!


Ever had a bunch of music files with incorrect song names, album info, and artist info. Well now with Music Brainz Picard you can automatically retrieve and replace that data. Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I discuss how to create custom methods in Java, and use them to do things like compare strings. Thanks for watching!


View part 1 here : Thanks for watching! Part 1 is on an external site, and i believe pt 2 is the only one that will be uploaded to youtube. SORRY!


Have you ever wanted to make your own Home made software? Well now you can, and heres how! Thanks for watching!


Have you ever wanted to run a program at a certain place in time? Maybe a trial has expired that you want to play? Well now you can with RunAsDate! Just specify the program, then specify the time and date, Then run! Download it at : Thanks for watching! *VIEW THE BLOG POST : *


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial we will take a brief exploration of the world of recursion, where one method is called inside of itself in order to produce a desired output. In order to demonstrate this, I use the most popular example: The Fibonacci Sequence. Hopefully you find this video useful! Thanks for watching! Visit us on our forums! View the source code for this project here:


In this video I will be talking about how to package your MySQL software for others to use, and some other things. Host Gator : WinRAR : Brandonsoft : BP Forums : Thanks for watching! And remember to live chat with with me!! :D


In this tutorial I talk about how to revert and reset your working history. Please note that in this tutorial I cover git reset --hard , which also discards all changes you've made. Alternatively, you can reset without the --hard flag, which simply keeps all of the changes you've made in the reset commits and allows you to re-commit them. Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: This video is based off an assignment that my teacher gave us. And it explains how to create an application that calculates the area of a triangle with a specified height and base. Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will teach you the basics of how to use objects and object oriented programming using Java. Thanks for watching! (PM Me for $10 Minecraft codes)


View the previous part: View the next part: Wooo! I could not enunciate in this video whatsoever! Hopefully you were still able to understand it. View my friends new Photoshop Channel! Thanks for watching this tutorial!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will teach you how to use ArrayLists in your application, which are essentially arrays without a nasty size limit. They are very easy to use, and I definitely prefer them over arrays in an environment where memory usage is negligible. Thanks for watching!


This video explains how to add tooltips to any of your controls in your VB.NET Project. Thanks for watching!


In this tutorial I will teach you how to use a background worker to make things work in the background of your application! Thanks for watching!


In this video, we cover the usage of vim's mark functionality which allows you to mark parts of a file in order to quickly return to them later. Keep in mind that since this is a movement command, it also works with deletions, yanks, changes, etc. m + [letter] - Mark a line ' + [letter] - Move cursor to a mark Thanks for watching! Discuss:


What a wait for this video! In this video I will be discussing how to use multiple workspaces in vim. Whether that be with split windows, tabs, or a single buffer workspace is up to you! Here are the commands covered in this video: :split (CTRL-W + S) - Split the window horizontally :vsplit (CTRL-W + V) - Split the window vertically :tabnew - Create a new tab :tabclose - Close the current tab :tabn - Navigate to the next tab :tabp - Navigate to the previous tab Thanks for watching! Discuss:


In this video, we cover some vim commands that are useful if you are coding with vim. Mainly, these are commands that help with the maintaining of a source file's syntax structure. % - Jump to matching bracket less-than - Indent greater-than - De-indent = - Properly Indent ~ - Change case of character Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: This is probably the 5th time I have rendered this video and uploaded it. Hopefully this will be the final time. In this video I teach you how to use integer arrays to store multiple things in one variable. Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this video I will show you how to use multiple classes that are all linked together in order to improve the efficiency and performance of your application. Thanks for watching!


This is how to create your own software part 5, We will be starting a notepad project. The blog has officially been cancelled. In the mean time, please stop by our forums at Thanks for watching!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create graphics in a Java applet! My clock: Thanks for watching!


In this video I will be adding onto our current knowledge of pressing 'i' to switch into insert mode. I will be discussing all of the commands that can be used to move the cursor before entering into insertion mode, making the process feel a lot less tedious. Here are the commands covered: i - Switch to INSERT mode before current position I - Switch to INSERT mode at the beginning of the current line a - Switch to INSERT mode after current position A - Switch to INSERT mode at the end of the current line o - Switch to INSERT mode after opening a new line after the current line O - Switch to INSERT mode after opening a new line before the current line Thanks for watching! Join the discussion!


View the previous part: View the next part: This is the second part of my Polymorphism/Inheritance series, and with this knowledge you should be able to make your applications alot more sophisticated. Enjoy! Thanks for watching!


In this poorly made tutorial consisting of a lot of awkward pauses and corrections, I will finish off the move method, making it so our snake will be able to move in relation to our direction integer variable that we set up at the beginning of the tutorial. Some documentation: LinkedList Push: push(E) Switch Blocks: Thanks for watching! Discuss this video/view the source code:


In this tutorial I will teach the basics of using git as a version control system to manage the all important important_note.txt file. The Git Bash I refer to in this video can be downloaded here: Thanks for watching!


This is my first 1080p tutorial. so hopefully you will actually be able to switch it to 1080p mode! This video explains how to pass parameters from one vb.net application to another, very easily. Thanks for watching!


In this tutorial I will finally discuss the extremely heavily requested topic of embedding applets into webpages. As shown in the video, this can be done by simply exporting a project package as a.jar file and embedding it directly into the HTML code of a webpage. Not only does this allow you to share your content with the world, but it also allows many possibilities in the world of web-design. Thanks for watching! Follow me on Twitter: Discuss this video with others:


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will discuss how to use the switch statement in Java in order to avoid extended if.else if.else blocks! This is similar to the select/case block in VB.NET. Thanks for watching! Discuss this video:


In this tutorial, I will cover the basics of navigating through a file in vim. Of course, you will definitely need to practice this to get good at it, but I can assure you that it will be worth it. The following commands were covered in this tutorial: h - Move cursor left j - Move cursor down k - Move cursor up l - Move cursor right i - Switch to insert mode ESC - Switch to command mode :q - Quit vim :q! - Quit vim (ignoring unsaved edits) :w - Save document :wq - Save document and quit vim Here is vimtutor: Here is vim-adventures: Thanks for watching! Join the Discussion:


In this tutorial I will be getting back to VB.NET for a bit to teach you guys how to enhance your programming experience by using objects!! Hopefully this will help you out in your large projects. Thanks for watching!


There's one set of functions that is probably the most important to the process of editing text. That set is the set of functions that actually allows you to move existing text around. In vim, this functionality is stored in the yank, delete, and paste commands. Here is what we've learned: y - Yank what we specify Y - Yank the current line p - Paste after the cursor's position P - Paste before the cursor's position d - Delete what we specify (But also copy it - 'Cut') D - Delete to the end of current line (But also copy it - 'Cut') Thanks for watching! Join the Discussion:


In the first part of my new tutorial series detailing how to make snake in java, I will discuss our plan (which will quickly be thrown out) and start working on the basic framework of our game. My apologies for seeming lost or confused in the video. It was all semi-ad libbed, so I was improving for most of it. For those of you that are confused, here are a few documentations to help out with various objects used in this tutorial: LinkedList: Canvas: Detailed explanation of drawing: Thanks for watching! Discuss this video here:


In this part of my Snake in Java tutorial series I will finish off the rest of our draw methods, start working on our primary game loop by creating a repeating thread, and go over the concept of Runnables and how they work within the programming world. Here's some documentation: Thread: Runnable: Thanks for watching! Discuss this video/view source here:


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will be discussing how one can ensure that their program will not be stopped due to an unknown error. Get details about the error and stop that nasty red error text using the try/catch blocks demonstrated in this video. Hopefully this helps a lot of you! Thanks for watching! Have any questions? Feel free to ask the community at BP Forums


In this video we will finish up our Student Database application, which gives us the ability to keep track of student names and grades. Thanks for watching! Discuss this video: Download Student Manager Extended:


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will be using the Image class to demonstrate how to load an image from the filesystem and display it in a canvas or applet. This tutorial also applies to JFrames! Hopefully this helps with all your endeavors! Thanks for watching! Join the discussion: View the source code for this video:


In this tutorial I will be discussing how to use the Enum function of VB.NET in order to generate your own enumerations that make your code easier to understand. Hopefully this helps! Thanks for watching! Discuss this topic on the forums:


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will be talking about how to use a KeyListener to detect key presses and key strokes in your Java applet or application. Please keep in mind that not every aspect of the KeyListener interface was covered in this video. Thanks for watching! Discuss this video!


View the previous part: View the next part: In this tutorial I will be discussing how to compare doubles without producing errors, and how to get your users' input in a basic GUI form! Thanks for watching!


In this tutorial I will fix the previously unnoticed Self-Collision bug that went unnoticed due to me accidentally deleting a line of code. But we re-add the line of code and fix the problems it causes in this tutorial! What's interesting is that before we added the end game, the bug was occurring, it just went unnoticed! Thanks for watching! View the source/discuss:


Sorry for the video being so late, But it is also here : Thanks for watching!


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