The exam is over!
Thanks to those that helped out last night when I was cramming for my exam. Well, it's over now and I feel quite confident about te results (famous last words).
Anyhoo, I want to keep my hand in at this as my next few modules are all about Java, use in different ways to achieve different results. So I'm looking for some online resources that any of you have found usefull. I'm more looking for tasks that will allow me to enhance my skills without the solution being presented right there in front of me. Makes me lazy you see.
So does anyone have any suggestions where I could go or tutorials (wilth tests) that you've found usefull?
Official java tutorials: The Really Big Index
Also, for some beginner exercises, check out codingbat.com, also try being creative and create your own projects which use specific packages. For example, you can make an address book which uses serialization to store items. You can also try making a GUI calculated, some card games, etc. Something challenging, but possible is best.
Thanks for the tip sunde. Will certainly look into this. Just feel that I've learned too much over the last couple of months for me to forget it going into my next course. Appreciate the time you've taken to post.
Originally Posted by sunde887