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- 06-09-2013, 04:28 PM #1Member
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Best place/way to learn java for a begginer
I want to start learning Java from beginner to expert, i know there are books and online tutorials, but i was wondering if anyone can recommend a good place to make an online course, with pay of course, i know there are such course were u learn in an Eroom with other people from your home, but i choldent find one like this for Java.
if you dont know of such a course any other suggestion on how to start will be helpfull
- 06-10-2013, 07:34 PM #2
Re: Best place/way to learn java for a begginer
Course Hero has a JAVA course, and there are really good tutorials on YouTube. I would say the best way to learn is to supplement those courses with actually writing code.
Development Environments like Eclipse or NetBeans are free, so is the Java Development Kit.
Once you have the basics of the language down, in terms of syntax and conventions, I would come up with a simple project that you want to build and go from there, ask questions along the way.
In my opinion, actually writing code is the best way to learn.
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