Best way to learn Java is start from basic.Get a clear picture about JVM and JRE.Even if you write a simple program,try to understand what happens behind your code.I suggest you to read more about java at http://allinalljava.blogspot.com. At first while writing your code attach java source behind ,due to that you can easily admire real scenario happen in it.
I suggest you try http://academicjava.com. It's a resource of many example programs with explanations and there's a very good tutorial.
"Head first JAVA" is the book I recommend but it's a question of what's best for you. Go to a good bookshop and browse what's available.
At first, i would like to tell you the BEST way to learn JAVA is just "Type Java programs n execute them". start with simple programs...
"Head first JAVA" - It is the one of the best book to learn Java.
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Best way to learn java is think of something real-world that you understand well and can automate. Write something like an electronic recipe organizer. The best book? Do a google search for "Java, The Complete Reference, J2se" Good luck!
That is a good book. Also try "Java In A Nutshell" from O'Reiley books. It makes an excellent quick reference and is very straightforward.
Yes, these are great resources and adding one more resource to the list which i found helpful while starting with Java --> the tutorials from Sun. You can find them here http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/
Happy Learning : )
you go to school to learn it or you can read books on your own particuarly at amazon just search java programing or google it One of the best ways to learn a new programming language is to write programs in it. Try rooting around in the Java Programming category on this site. Look for questions like "Write a program to...?" and see if you can figure out how to answer them. Sun (now Oracle) has a whole website dedicated to the online versions of print books about learning the various parts and techniques of Java, including a very good introduction to Java programming language.
The best language to learn programming is BASIC. If you are already familiar with BASIC programming then you should consider learning an object-oriented language such as Java or C++. Java is easier to work with than C++, however you should be familiar with both. You should also be familiar with C, but it's better to learn C++ first.
Java Training in Bangalore I think Infocampus Software Training Institute is the best institute for learning java because they will clear your basics and It will make you prepared for the interviews by taking different activities such as mock tests, grooming sessions, group discussions, Company-specific training.
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