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Hi everyone,


I'd like to ask our Java experts a simple question about learning Java. I want to know how to learn a programming language in easy steps(if possible) especially Java. Would anyone suggest a good way of learning it and improving the way that from how a normal person thinks to a good programmer's way of thinking?

I want to build pretty solid foundations in my programming skills. Suggestions/advice/proven ways/ personal experience will be so much appreciated.

Thanks to all.

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ead Java For Dummies.

It should give you a good headstart. Then you can look at Core Java Volume 1 (Cay Horstmann) and get yourself completely into Java. Then if you are interested you can look at Core Java Volume 2.

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I know a few things in Java so I ain't completely a dummy. But, I do struggle with the thinking outside the box! At the moment, I'm trying to learn from a book called "Thinking in Java". It really seems pretty useful.

Thanks buddy for passing by and suggesting the website and books' names.

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There is whole thread dedicated to learning and working resources in Java that includes recommended books also. Top of this forum Starting "Java" [Java tutorials / resources / faq]. Back at school I used to work with Java How to Program from Deitel & Deitel. It goes from basics to advanced topics, to collections and multithreading. Plus it does covers GUI, networking, database connectivity, applets and basics of Java web development (JSP, servlets, JSF)

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I have learned a lot of my Java from TheNewBoston on Youtube. He gives nice comments, and works out a lot better for me than a book.
(I have also read books, but the start came from YouTube.)

Really many video's, from the beginnings of Java, to full screen games.
http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=31

Good luck!

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