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Java

Links to old courses, or re-upload?

So recently started the intermediate track for java, and it seems a chunk of the course is missing from the track (java data structures). Its really difficult following the lessons when there are references made to previous projects, in this case the karaoke machine. Looking over the code it also has new content and expands on others from the beginner track. Is there plans to add this back in or a link to view the course?

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Daniel Turato
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Daniel Turato
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I've just checked and I think it's been deprecated so you won't be able to access that course unfortunately. However I've seen that they have added smaller workshops on a few data structures which may help you.

Well that sucks... One of the main reasons I joined the site was for the java content. Is there a reason they would do this? I noticed they used to have a tech degree for java what ever happened to that? Could you recommend me a language track that is the most complete, or at least feels like the java beginner track in really guiding you not skipping steps. Thanks.

Daniel Turato
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Daniel Turato
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I agree with you that the java content is lacking compared to other tracks and the techdegree was taken away due not many people signing up for it. The most probable reason the data structures course was taken down is due to it being quite old so they are probably thinking of updating it in the future(no idea how long that would take). I'd say the most complete track is Javascript which makes sense as its very popular right now.