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how to be a J2ME engineer at first step?

 
jerry werder
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hi, all!
now i am a fresh tester about black box tesing, i am not good at programming. but i wanna be a white box testing engineer. so i wanna improve my programming at J2ME, could you give me a commend about how to do at the first step? such as what books should i read? and any others.
thanks a lot
 
Mark Spritzler
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I suggest the Apress book on J2ME by Jonathan Knudsen. If you don't know Java, I suggest Head First Java. I recommend learning Java before learning J2ME.

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jerry werder
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i learned JAVA, but i am not good at it. i read the book " Core Java 2, Volume I - Fundamentals", but i do not continue to read the volume 2.
so maybe i could read the J2ME.
 
Theodore Casser
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I have to agree with Mark that a fairly strong basis in Java would help when you're learning Java ME - I don't know that I'd really want to jump into ME before feeling sufficiently confident with my Java skills - it's a matter of knowing how to walk before you try to run.

Though, once you know the standard edition, ME comes fairly quickly.
 
jerry werder
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ok, i know what you mean.
it is important that i learn basis in java at first.
then i will consider the problem about how to learn J2ME.
thanks a lot
 
Cheryl Gray
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I own the Head First Java book and it is excellent. I would not recommend the Core one...I'm trying to learn J2ME as well.
 
jerry werder
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Originally posted by Cheryl Gray:
I own the Head First Java book and it is excellent. I would not recommend the Core one...I'm trying to learn J2ME as well.


i think core one is the best friend when i learn java language.
and what first JAVA book do you read?
[ September 25, 2006: Message edited by: jerry werder ]
 
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