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Java Unit Testing in Java Why Test? Introduction

Mike B
Mike B
10,424 Points

I couldn't find where the prerequisite courses are identified in this unit.

It is clear very early that you need to have completed the Java tracks....or at least up until the JavaFX lessons

2 Answers

William Li
PLUS
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,858 Points

If you go to the Home page of this course. The 4 prerequisite courses are listed here.

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Clicking the course name will take you to its corresponding course page. Hope it helps.

Mike B
Mike B
10,424 Points

Not sure why it isn't showing on the homepage for me...mine shows the actual lessons instead of the prepreqs....I must be accessing the course differently..

William Li
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,858 Points

perhaps try use this link, it'll take you directly to prerequisite courses.

Gavin Ralston
Gavin Ralston
28,770 Points

Not showing for me, either.

That link brings me to this as well:

About this Course Screenshot

Any chance it doesn't display the prerequisites if you meet all four already, instead of just filing in all four with stars?

William Li
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,858 Points

Hi Gavin, yes, I guess that if you've already finished all the prerequisite courses, then the list won't show up? Hence that is why yours looks different than mine?

Gavin Ralston
Gavin Ralston
28,770 Points

...might be cool if 4/4 are completed that it confirms the pre-reqs have been met, that way you know for sure the prerequisites are knocked out. Say someone goes back and starts working on them, then takes a week or two off, then comes back and doesn't see the boxes checked--maybe they think they can't find the progress?

Just a thought.

Blake Boykin
Blake Boykin
5,423 Points

It looks like the prerequisite courses are in the other Java track. This is the more advanced one.