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  1. #1
    David Reeves Guest

    What's the best Java training on-line?


    I am currently interested in the best on-line Java training available. I
    have a fairly extensive background in software development including 7+ years
    of C, some C++, some VB and a tiny amount with Java 1.0. The vast majority
    of my work has been procedural based but I have recently aquired a fundamental
    understanding of OO concepts. I have done some sockets development in C,
    VB and C++ (via the QT framework on Linux). I want to evaluate Java 2 as
    a possible candidate tool for an upcoming project and would like to develop
    a fairly good understanding of its strengths and weaknesses. I would also
    like to become Java certified at the developer level, if possible. Any
    insights about which courses to avoid or that are highly appropriate relavent
    to my background will be most appropriate.

    Regards,

    David Reeves


  2. #2
    Kim Fowler Guest

    Re: What's the best Java training on-line?

    Reasonable place to start is

    http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/

    The trails called:

    "The Java Tutorial"
    "The Essentials of the Java Programming Language"

    are good for starting out, and then follow your interests into the
    other trails

    HTH
    --
    Kim

    On 28 Sep 2000 17:11:52 -0700, "David Reeves" <dnreeves@swbell.net>
    did scribble:

    >
    >I am currently interested in the best on-line Java training available. I
    >have a fairly extensive background in software development including 7+ years
    >of C, some C++, some VB and a tiny amount with Java 1.0. The vast majority
    >of my work has been procedural based but I have recently aquired a fundamental
    >understanding of OO concepts. I have done some sockets development in C,
    >VB and C++ (via the QT framework on Linux). I want to evaluate Java 2 as
    >a possible candidate tool for an upcoming project and would like to develop
    >a fairly good understanding of its strengths and weaknesses. I would also
    >like to become Java certified at the developer level, if possible. Any
    >insights about which courses to avoid or that are highly appropriate relavent
    >to my background will be most appropriate.
    >
    >Regards,
    >
    >David Reeves
    >



    --
    Kim

    Kim Fowler

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