Hey Guys, Really want to learn Java and hope you guys could recommended some Beginner, Intermediate and Expert books/resources (e.g. websites) As of this moment i'm thinking of... Beginner: Java for Dummies, Thinking in Java Intermediate: Effective Java Expert: In addition, it'd be also be awesome if any recommendations of resources with exercises (e.g. http://www.programmr.com/practice/ ) can be provided. Cheers,

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Hi! Few days ago, I had learned C language. It took me almost 8 to 10 months to learn the whole language. Now I wanna want to make real world applications using it. I'm an Ubuntu user or more generally a Linux user. The point to ponder is that I don't know how to create an application. I can efficiently read and write C code, but do not know how to write full fledged applications in it. I want to know how to write GUI applications for Linux. I was thinking of creating a GUI text editor in C on …

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Hi,I was wondering if anybody had some good C++ tutorial or Books. I want to learn C++ really badly.I really want to start learnig at and early age. I know Java,VB.net but, I need a more powerful language that can do much more.I'm 13 but, don't get me wrong I'm not a noob. I know how a computer works, I know what a compiler is,I know all that jazz but, i just need good tutorials. Everytime I look up C++ tutorials it's some foreign guy with an accent I can't understand and when I do find one it's some guy …

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At the moment I am trying to decide which book to buy, there are many that I think would be very interesting, but some are most likely beyond me. The books in my list, along with my thoughts on them are: Concrete Mathematics (I believe this is probably too advanced for me at the moment, however I am revising mathematics and will want to pick this up in a few months) The art of computer programming volumes 1-4 (I have read many times that one should be familiar with the concepts in Concrete Mathematics before attempting to consume this book, …

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I'm a beginner to learn java, do you have any books to recommend for java learning? You can also give me some useful suggestions. I have learned C++ previously, will this be helpful to learn java? Here is my blog, <URL SNIPPED> , any comments are welcomed.

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I've been trying out python codes looking at the python tutorials at python.org. I've been getting a better idea of it now and the tutorials are very good at teaching practical programming. However, I also want to apply for Python jobs so what a little bit of theoritical information on the languages and little better concepts on the language. So I would like read some book along with following the tutorial. Can you suggest me which one to buy? P.S. I'm a beginner at Python programming but I'm not new to Programming. Have knowledge of C and Java

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Hello Friends... How are you all ??? I want to learn SQL so please refer me some good books to learn SQL..

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Hello Friends... How are you all ??? I need your help... I want to learn PHP so will you please tell me the best book to learn PHP from the beginning... Thank you in advance.. :)

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Hey everyone, I hate posting in forums asking people for help, and then searching for hours and wanting to throw my computer out the window because I can never seem to find the resources I need for programming. I feel that in vb 6 everything was well documented and now here in 2010 it's harsh and nothing is well documented. Can anyone suggest books on win32 api programming? Or, any books on vb 2010 API programming at all? I would appreciate it more than being answered in the forms and posting every time I have a problem. Regards, amvx86

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Hi everyone, i am designing database for books application. I have main table **Books** and its child table is **Chapters**, chapters child table is **Sections**, So here is the problem, that some chapters has also divided into 3 steps **chapter Name -> Part 1 -> Divisions 1** and each chapter consist on sections and sections also devided on to futher 3 steps **Section -> sub Sections**. Question: How can i manage chapter's parts and divisions because it is not compulsory that each chapter has its parts and and divisions and same question is for sections becouse some sections has sub …

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Please let me know godds books for web development using Jsf,Spring,Hibernate I am beginner to learn these technologies...and i am currently working on web development using these technologies...so let me know the easy and best books to learn these technologies. Books should include complete core concepts in simplified way....please help me

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HI I have QB POS 8, which I want to connect to my PHP script running on my localhost. The PHP script generates sales receipt and that sales amount has to be updated to my QB POS to print sales report. Any help would be apreciated, thanks in advance.

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Hi I am starting to learn Java. I am new to Java. Which book do you think is the best book to learn Java for Beginners?

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**Hello there! I have been learning c++ for now 6 months and when i started my goal was to use it whit openg or something similliar I made long, long list and its here:** *I learned this stuff from....YOUTUBE! from user called antirtfm and thenewboston and heres the things that i learned:* #THE SCARY,BIG, PAINFUL LIST# basic stuff like: string(+ string headers functions...) class(public,private,protected...) inheritense, polymorphism, pointers,references, "your own storage room" int*prt=new int;, cout, cin , get.line(cin,x), different operators, function.class.operator overloading, arrays(2d arrays...), function templates, class templates, global.local scope, swicth statement, exeption(try, throw, catch), wokring with files, unary scope resolution, …

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Can someone give me some resources (books, online tutorials, etc.) on algorithms for 2D collision detection? I've searched a little, and all the ones I can find are for 3D collision detection. Thanks in advance. EDIT: Just to clarify, I know [I]how[/I] to do collision detection, just not efficiently.

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Hey guys Hello, I am new a programmer. I am learning C, C++ and C#. But in future I am planning to make some serious applications using C#. Those applications would be based on LAN environment. So which books should I start to read for network programming using C and C+ for windows as well as linux platform?? Please help. Thanks in advance friends!!!

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Interested in purchasing one but not entirely sure whether they are worth it? Opinions?

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I'm good at programming; HTML, xHTML, Javascript, VBScript, PHP, etc. but i've this problem, my website always look ugly. Can anyone suggest a book for me that will teach me how to make beautiful websites like those out there?

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I am reading Cashvertising and I have to say, it packed with insights about what makes effective advertising. Do you know any other advertising books worth reading?

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hi all guys, I have just started CURL programming in vc++.But I don't have a good place to start reading more about it.I do understand the basics of it,but I want a procedural tutorial to learn more about it. Is there any proper site to learn from basics to higher level? (pls don't give the official curl website.Its not really very informative) Thanks in advance... Prasanna

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Hi, I am looking for some advice here.I have basic knowledge of C++ and regularly write programs in it.I haven't tried anything related to networking in it.I want to start now and I'm clueless about the possibilities.I am novice in knowledge of networks and people have recommended many books but I am able to actually see any options in networking.What are the ways I can mix programming knowledge and networking ? What are the books that will help me in this? Prasanna.

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In your opinion, what's the best XNA Book among these ones: [LIST] [*]XNA Game Studio 4.0 Programming : developing for Windows Phone 7 and Xbox 360 - Tom Miller, Dean Johnson; [*]XNA 4.0 Game Development by Example - Kurt Jaegers [*]Microsoft XNA Game Studio 4.0 : Learn Programming Now - Rob Miles [*]Learning XNA 4.0 - Aaron Reed [*]Professional XNA Game Programming - Benjamin Nitschke (seems cool but a bit old). [/LIST] I'd like to start from basics to end up with some advanced topics...

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Hello there, I'm busy working on a project using GWT and Sencha GXT libraries. I have come to this stage that I now have to populate a tree with data received from an XML file... I have no idea how to do this, I've gone through the javaDocs but it doesn't explain it very well.. Does anybody have some good suggestions on what books are out there that I can have a look at? Thanks!

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I would like to be able convert one format to another(not immediately but eventually),know how to use tree and hash tables and linked lists properly using classes. I want to be able to do a basic graphic user interface and use pointers well. I've heard of the following books: Exceptional C++-by Herb Sutter Generative Programming,methods,tools and applications-by Czarnecki and Eisenecker Algorithms in C++-Robert Sedgewick Are these books good?except for the last one,will it help with what i want to learn? If you have better clearer books you'd recommend please let me know Thank You.

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I have an average knowledge in the whole programming thing but I would really like to excel to this field. I would like to ask our IT professionals and programmers if what books do you recommend me to refer to while learning Books for *Java *advance css,web page *Visual basic .net *Database

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Hello, I want to make a video game. I have no team, so I'm on my own for this. What are the main categories I need to know about making a video game? I know of C++, but what else? Also, are there any books any of you recomend for each given field? Thank You.

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Got any Suggestions? I'd like to delve deeper into the topic to bring my knowledge base up. This is what I've got so far: Hacking Exposed 6 (10th Anniversary Edition) by; McClure, Scambray, and Kurtz Hacking: The Art of Exploitation 2nd Edition by, Jon Erickson Steal This Computer Book 4.0 by, Wallace Wang Any my trusty Security+ Study Guide and Labsim Component. (Of which I passed the certification for, though I'm still waiting for the certificate in the mail.) Any book suggestions? Sites? Programs? I'd like to hear whatever you've got to say. Thanks in advance. P.S. SSCP and CISSP …

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Hi...Could someone please tell me the best book for studying JMS? I am presently going through the " Java Message Service " by Mark Richards (O'REILLY). I can't say I am satisfied with this book.

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I'm working on getting my Security+ certification from CompTIA. Right now I've got these study materials: Testout's Security+(Labsim) Video, Demos, and Exam prep questions [url]http://www.testout.com/products/securityplus/[/url] and CompTIA Security+ Study Guide Fourth Edition by, Emmett Dulaney [url]http://www.bookbyte.com/1/1/27711-comptia-security-by-dulaney-4th-edition-study-guide.html[/url] I was just wondering if anyone would have any suggestions on any more books/study materials/tools that I could buy/find so that I can be more ready for the exam. I'd really appreciate any advice or suggestions. P.S. General security books are fine also, I'd like to learn more about everything in this subject ;p

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Good Day, Can someone recommend some good advance level books on SEO? I am looking for book with in depth knowledge of SEO. I have seen many on amazon but as i am living in Australia its good to have a opinion before drag the book all the way here paid a lot and wait longer and finally revealed its not worth it. Basically i am not looking for tips or tricks etc, I am interested in detailed knowledge sharing and different strategies. Thanks in advance.

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