Java4Example – Where Code Meets AI

Java programming with AI integration

In September 2023, after several months of intensive use of ChatGPT, the idea of a blog as a complete Java programming course for beginners was born.

I had planned to publish the course starting in January 2024, but the release of GPTs and OpenAI’s API Assistants changed the direction.

Welcome to Java4Example, a blog that I personally curate. From a complete Java course, filled with numerous practical examples, it rapidly transformed into a programming laboratory.
So rapidly, in fact, that I have yet to publish the first blog post, but the version 0.0.1 of the APIs, which lay the foundation for a Spring Boot-based backend ecosystem, is already in production.
This will host various projects aimed at integrating AI, particularly OpenAI’s API Assistants.

I plan to document the programming process of the various prototypes I develop, create detailed articles for regular publication, and share the code on GitHub.

After experimenting with some custom GPTs, an integrated chatbot directly on this page is the next goal.

P.S.: Of course, I will eventually also publish the course.

Java programming.
DALL·E 2023-12-07 14.45.00 – An artistically rendered corner office of a studio apartment, featuring objects defined by a grid-like reticulate pattern similar to the provided sket
DALL·E 2023-12-07 14.53.48 – An artistically designed interior space of a studio apartment, where the primary decorative elements are composed of a unique geometric base module, r
DALL·E 2023-12-07 21.42.53 – Create an image of an apple composed entirely of small, three-dimensional base modules, with the design resembling the white and black reticulate grid
DALL·E 2023-12-07 21.42.58 – Design a minimalistic office on a terrace, using the three-dimensional geometric shape from the penultimate image as the building block. The scene sho
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