Learning Java

Hi All,

 So I've taken my knowledge of Solaris X86 and OpenSolaris just about as far as I can at this time.

Today I start learning Java.

I'll blog about it and you can correct me.

This should be fun, I've been putting it off for awhile.

Comments:

So, where are you starting? What's your approach going to be? I'm in a similar boat.

Posted by mb on September 29, 2009 at 06:17 AM PDT #

Hi,

It will be fun to learn together.

I've started by downloading and installing the latest JDK and Netbeans for OpenSolaris and Windows 7 Ultimate.

I plan to start at the beginning just writing some example programs and working my way up.

Luckily the guys that wrote the books on JavaFX and Java Real Time are in my team.

I'm going to work on the Acer Aspire One 11.6" under Windows 7 Ultimate and the Asus C90s with Nevada B124. See if everything really is platform independent.

I'm starting with the book "Sams Teach Yourself Java 6 in 21 Days" by Laura Lemay, I have it on my Kindle

Posted by David Clack on September 29, 2009 at 07:35 AM PDT #

Hi Dave,

I like Java 2nd. edition by Bruce Eckel.
But best is just programming.

Kolay gelsin (may it be easy)
Husnu

Posted by Husnu Evren on October 21, 2009 at 11:20 PM PDT #

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