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Where's the best place to learn Java?

Death Slaught
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Where's the best place to learn Java for free? Something like the stuff on w3schools.com


Thanks, Death
Sep 1 '07 #1
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JosAH
11,448 Expert 8TB
Where's the best place to learn Java for free? Something like the stuff on w3schools.com


Thanks, Death
I'd say the best place is outside in your garden with a couple of good books,
a beer, your cigarettes and no-one around to disturb you.

kind regards,

Jos

ps. books are almost forgotten but they're full of information and written down
knowledge. Read them.
Sep 1 '07 #2
Death Slaught
1,137 1GB
I'd say the best place is outside in your garden with a couple of good books,
a beer, your cigarettes and no-one around to disturb you.

kind regards,

Jos

ps. books are almost forgotten but they're full of information and written down
knowledge. Read them.
Lol interesting execpt

A: i dont have a garden
B: if i was drinking a beer my mom would rip my throught out eat and throw it up in my face cause im 14
C: same with cigarettes

and i like bookes its just i dont wana spend money on them that why i asked for a free website.

Thanks, Death
Sep 1 '07 #3
Ganon11
3,652 Expert 2GB
There are some free Java classes here, in the Articles section, but your best bet is definitely books if you want to really know your stuff.
Sep 1 '07 #4
JosAH
11,448 Expert 8TB
If it comes to books, I'd like to recommend The Java Programming Language;
it's straight from the guys who brought all this misery upon us ;-)

kind regards,

Jos
Sep 1 '07 #5
Nepomuk
3,112 Expert 2GB
If it comes to books, I'd like to recommend The Java Programming Language;
it's straight from the guys who brought all this misery upon us ;-)

kind regards,

Jos
If you're looking for good & free digital books, check out Thinking in Java. You can get it as a printed book, but it contains much the same as the online version as that is what it originally was until some people thought, they'd like it printed.

Greetings,
Nepomuk
Sep 3 '07 #6
Alien
61
Hi Death,

Try going to the sun website.

There is a good article in HowStuffWorks.com that teaches you from scratch. Try that one. Thats what I did before I took up at Uni.
Sep 3 '07 #7

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