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Edith England
Edith England
4,270 Points

Request: Put a copy of the complete code in the Teacher's Notes

Hi, I'm wondering if it might be possible to put a complete copy of the code somewhere, eg the Teacher's Notes, and/or cumulative code as the course progresses.

I'm finding it quite hard to skip between the workspace and the video lectures and being able to copy/follow the relevant code directly from a printed out version would be really helpful to me. It would also, I think, make it a lot easier to get a sense of how the whole thing fits together.

It also means that if I make a small mistake which doesn't show up til later, its that much easier and less frustrating to fix.

As an aside, I am really enjoying the two courses, and they are making Java come together for me. Any plans for any more Java courses?

2 Answers

Craig Dennis
Craig Dennis
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Edith England !

Glad you are enjoying the course.

Here's a few tricks I should explain a little better. If at anytime following along you accidentally lose your place or break things inadvertently, you can simply delete your workspace. If you click launch workspace on a video a new workspace will launch write where I am starting at in the video. Also, if you choose File > Download Workspace in the workspace window, you can get a zip file of everything.

Hope that helps!

I have just started scripting out Java Data Structures and will add it to the roadmap once I get an estimated release date on it. Until then, I highly recommend checking out the Android Development track as it will work your Java muscles, and give you new super powers of creating apps!

Edith England
Edith England
4,270 Points

Thank you, Craig, I will try out those tips. I actually started the Java courses as part of the Android Development track, I think possibly before they were integrated, and the Java courses have really made a difference to how well I understand the Android course. Very exciting for it all to come together, at least a little!

I'm really looking forward to the next course. Thanks again.