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    Default Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    Hey to the new people out here, I learned java from bucky's channel: thenewboston. he also has a website thenewboston.org with all his tutorials. I decided to do my fellow beginner java learners a favor by providing them with explanations or notes for the first 15 tutorials in Bucky's beginner Java Series. I have attached them as a picture and text file. WHEN YOU OPEN THE TEXT FILE, IT IS RECOMMENDED YOU OPEN IT WITH NOTEPAD++ OR ANOTHER TEXT EDITOR BECAUSE THE NORMAL NOTEPAD ON WINDOWS WILL MAKE IT LOOK DISORGANIZED AND HARD TO READ. I will be posting the next 15 tutorial notes shortly

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    Default Re: Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    Quote Originally Posted by akshayk17j View Post
    Hey to the new people out here, I learned java from bucky's channel: thenewboston. he also has a website thenewboston.org with all his tutorials. I decided to do my fellow beginner java learners a favor by providing them with explanations or notes for the first 15 tutorials in Bucky's beginner Java Series. I have attached them as a picture and text file. WHEN YOU OPEN THE TEXT FILE, IT IS RECOMMENDED YOU OPEN IT WITH NOTEPAD++ OR ANOTHER TEXT EDITOR BECAUSE THE NORMAL NOTEPAD ON WINDOWS WILL MAKE IT LOOK DISORGANIZED AND HARD TO READ. I will be posting the next 15 tutorial notes shortly

    Here is the link incase pics dont attach: http://s12.postimg.org/ktmj80524/tutorials_1_15.jpg

    THE TEXT FILE IS BELOW THE PICTURE.
    Hello there Member akshayk17j, thank you for the explanations for Bucky's tutorial. I hope you still have more time to do the explanation on the other tutorials of Bucky since I really found this very informative. I just registered here and really a noob in regards with programming. I can't do the codes without copying from the tutorials. I really want to be a successful programmer/developer someday. I also wish success to others especially for the beginner/newbie like me. -Cheers!

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    Default Re: Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    What's the added value of class listings full of missing semi colons; syntax errors and comment lines that only deserve to be removed immediately? Please don't post any more of that crappy stuff, it doesn't help anyone.

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    Default Re: Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    Folks, I checked out this site. I am not impressed. I viewed some of his Java tutorials and imo he is teaching bad design techniques.

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    Default Re: Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    The experience I made in the past is:
    - Look at the original documentation. That contains tutorials, too.
    - Nothing beats a good book.

    So my suggestion for mfc is easy: look for a good book. There are even some free books. (There is a great free book in german, I do not have any links to english books. Maybe search for pdfs and such things.)

    Konrad

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    Default Re: Bucky's JAVA tutorials 1-15

    Hi kneitzel, thank you for your advise. I am downloading an ebook right now.

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