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  1. tejas sabunkar tejas sabunkar

    Java for dummies

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  2. GoXR3Plus Studio GoXR3Plus Studio

    John you found it , that *Oreilly's Java Books** smells really good i totally agree!!!!! It's like drugs for me to take a deep breath from the next page as i am moving to the next one so i really feel every word.

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  3. Zoerab Tchahkiev Zoerab Tchahkiev

    Can you tell me what keyboard you're using? I really need my arms to look like yours 😮

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  4. Mahmoud Maghrabi Mahmoud Maghrabi

    Hi, John What about "Introduction to Java Programming A Comprehensive Edition

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  5. lokesh reddy lokesh reddy

    thanks…could u upload java tutorials…?

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  6. Michelle Sanctuary Michelle Sanctuary

    hello John. So nice to see those uploads, more java materials are always welcome! Thanks a lot!

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  7. Pratik Ghadge Pratik Ghadge

    please tell for php

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  8. Jared Blackburn Jared Blackburn

    The books that most helped me improve my Java skills were not even about Java — they all assumed C++ was being used: Game Programming Patterns (Robert Nystrom) and Algorithm Design Manual (Steve Skiena) especially come to mind. For Java features specifically I started with Java 2 In 21 Days, but learned more from Oracles tutorials and javadocs (though I ultimately learned far more by doing than reading.)

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  9. Mehmed Çavaş Mehmed Çavaş

    i think the best one is the "how to program" series by deitel. best explained book with super good examples and a lot of them. didnt read the java version but the "world wide web and internet(html css js)" and "C how to program" were very very nice^^

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  10. KARTICK MANNA KARTICK MANNA

    Introduction to JAVA by Y Daniel Liang is one of the best book

    you can get a free pdf on the internet. It is just awesome!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Samatar Farah Samatar Farah

    What do you guys think of Murach books?

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  12. sakif7 sakif7

    lefties >>

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  13. Decibel Decibel

    Atm I'm reading Java a begginers guide by Herbert SChildt, Sixth edition. Should I keep reading it, or drop it and read the complete reference?? I'm a begginer in java.

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  14. Blacky Ducky Blacky Ducky

    07:08 Did you transition from Java to C#? Or the other way around?

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  15. Joshua Martinez Joshua Martinez

    for a programmer your arms are pretty big hmm. lol

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