anonymous
  • anonymous
how to learn java by self study ?
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mattfeury
  • mattfeury
I'd recommend familiarizing yourself with the concepts of object-oriented programming. are you familiar with any other languages? nevertheless, there is a free online book that I have not used, but seems worthwhile: http://math.hws.edu/javanotes/
anonymous
  • anonymous
so i would recommend you book by Eckel B. Thinking in Java
anonymous
  • anonymous
You should check out the stanford course cs106 is an introduction to programming in java and its free, it on iTunes U

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anonymous
  • anonymous
go here and download and install the jdk NOT jre for your os. www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/.../index.html. Then look for a program called jgrasp, which is a very basic ide. Then go back to the sun oracle website and check out the api and tutorials
anonymous
  • anonymous
a good place to try some basic coding exercises for java is CodingBat.com.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've heard the Head First Java book is pretty good for people learning Java. Granted, it covers 1.5, not the latest version. I recently picked up Sam's Teach Yourself Java and am working through it.

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