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  • Started 1 year ago by danbywinby
  • Latest reply from arthur30
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danbywinby
Posts: 46

Hi Guys

What are some good websites that i can learn java from for free? I have mild experience with Visual Basic programming before and i now want to learn Java.
I have heard that you need to use either netbeans or eclipse for Java.

Thank You

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warlock
warlock
Posts: 4100

Have a look through these links. Some are free help, some are not. Good luck.

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&#.....38;bih=617

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danbywinby
Posts: 46

Thanks for your reply I have found a massive video series from thenewboston.org has anybody had any experience with this and would you recommend it or not?

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danbywinby
Posts: 46

What have people on here used to learn to program in Java??

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arthur30
arthur30
Posts: 7

There are many videos on youtube of full length please give them a try

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danbywinby
Posts: 46

What about non-video tutorials????

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vistamike
vistamike
Posts: 10945

No one book, it would appear but I give you some links below; many of the links will take you further.

For starters;

http://howtoprogramwithjava.co.....-concepts-

of-any-programming-language/

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/program2.htm

http://www.freejavaguide.com/

Java Developer Tutorials and Training;

http://www.oracle.com/technetw.....35888.html

Netbeans IDE;

http://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html

Mike

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drpepper
Posts: 19

danbywinby,

Take a look at this website. I don't know Java, but I have learned a little programming on my own. The format of the web site looks like it will be useful. Note that the topic headings are hyperlinks for more detailed informatin (including questions and exercises).

My experience with learning on my own is that research through Google is a necessity. You might try finding search results which are .edu websites. Many universities provide tutorials and guides for free in a number of subjects. The research experience will profit you as you progress.

I hope this is helpful. Please reply back with your thoughts on the linked website above.

drpepper

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arthur30
arthur30
Posts: 7

Here is the java complete reference in pdf format if you wish to read

http://www.sahyadri.edu.in/SMC.....dition.pdf

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