EXLskills Java Search Sort Micro Course
This is the EXLskills free and open-source Java Search Sort Micro Course. It guides learners via explanation, demonstration, and thorough practice, from no more than a basic understanding of Java, to a moderate level of understanding regarding Java searching and sorting.
EXLskills is on a mission to change education with an open-source online digital skills learning, certification, and peer-to-peer instruction platform that is committed to offering premium-quality courseware for 100% free via our open-source courseware methodology. The contents of this repository are developed using the EXL Open Courseware Standard and are then imported/pushed to EXLskills.com with the eocsutil tool. This process is 100% transparent, free, and open-source.
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Open source courseware contributions are absolutely critical to the success of the EXLskills.com mission, yet we all have to keep the lights on... To this end, we offer a peer-to-peer instruction (tutoring-like) conversational interface that learners can use to have their questions answered by a certified EXLskills instructor. As a certified instructor, you choose your own hours, topics, and even your own rate! You can use the mobile instructor chat app (powered by Intercom) to answer questions on-the-go, or use the web application to go deep with learners via chat, screen share, and video! For more information on how to become an instructor and receive your cash sign-up bonus, visit our instructor page.
This course is designed, maintained, and accessed through the EOCS (EXL Open Courseware Standard) format. To learn more about this interoperable standard, please refer to the documentation.
This repository was created from an upstream repository EXLskills Java Basics Course. All contributions in the form of pull-requests and issues on the EXLskills Java Basics Course are welcome and greatly appreciated :) Please do not post issues in this repository.
We are always working on translating this course to other languages to make it accessible to as many people around the world as we can. To open work on a new language, please create an issue in this repository for the maintainers to gauge interest and we will start a translation branch.
The content of this project itself, including, but not limited to the content of all .md (Markdown) and .yaml (YAML) files included in this project, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, and all of the source code provided alongside the content, including, but not limited to to the .java (Java) files, is licensed under the source code license provided in the SOURCE_CODE_LICENSE.md file included in the same directory as this notice.
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