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how to begin with java programming? what kind of application should i learn first? i've though about ordinary desktop apps. what library in java will be proper to do this? maybe somebody has interesting websites with courses, tutorials etc.? thanks!

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i recommend you to watch http://www.youtube.com/user/thenewboston there you'll find a lots of videos to watch. if you want to code desktop apps i recommend you to learn c#, you can download the tools for free in microsoft msdn website. :D
thanks for this youtube-channel, very usefull. thanks for recommending of C# but i don't really like microsoft. i'm still waiting for other answers!
Pick up a book on Java. Then find a project you'd like to work on and dive in.

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You may want to look at Stanford's CS106A Programming Methodologies course. http://see.stanford.edu , click on the Course button.
Go for "java complete reference " book.
As for a complier, Netbeans is great.

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