I am currently a VB programmer but I would like to learn more about Java (particularly
Java Applets). What should be my first steps? Are there any books or training
courses that anyone out there would recommend?
Re: Java Training
I teach Java at Norwalk Community College in Norwalk, CT. I've posted a
website for the class that contains all of my lecture notes, code samples,
and tutorials. We use Visual Cafe for the class but that doesn't affect
the code that we write other than the code that Cafe generates for us (that
code is in many of the examples).
Here's the address:
Assistant Professor, CIS
Norwalk Community College
"Tammy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I am currently a VB programmer but I would like to learn more about Java
>Java Applets). What should be my first steps? Are there any books or training
>courses that anyone out there would recommend?
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