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Java cert programmer tutorial,XML tutorial, C and 3D programming tutorial all here

 
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Java programmer tutorial, XML tutorial, C programming lang tutorial, 3D programming tutorial all at my website:
All 4 tutorials at my website:
Scroll down about half way thru webpage
www.firewallfortress.com/mainmenu.html

Java SDK 1.2/1.3 and soon updated for JDK 1.4

Table of contents:
A: Loops,Control structures & Exceptions
B: Operators, keywords & identifiers etc...
C: Arrays, Methods & Recursion
D: References & pointers, Garbage Collection & threads
E:Polymorphism, inheritance, Composition/aggregation ,upcasting & downcasting
F:Packages, abstract classes, and interfaces, cloning, RTTI
G:Inner Classes and Event Handing and Basic AWT
H:Layout Managers ,Components and Containers
I: Painting and Applets and HTML basics
j: Collections: Set, list and Map
k:java.lang .object and .string
L:IO streams & Files + Serialization(Swizzling)
M:TCP-IP and java.net-URL-Sockets
N: Java Glossary : 160 kb !
java - links
XML TUTORIAL:
Table of Contents:
XML tutorial part 1
1)XML basics:
2)XML tags
3)XML elements and Attributes
4)XML DTD
5)XML Schemas
6)Schemas vs DTD
7)XML namespaces
8)Understanding trees

XML tutorial part 2
9)XML SAX
10)XML DOM
11) DOM vs SAX
12) XSL
13) XPath, BASE, encryption, protocol, query
14) XPointer and XLINK
5) XHTML basics
16) Using Java and XML ( jdom and JAX )
17) Perl and XML
18) PHP and XML
19) Python and XML
20) Browsers
21)Links for XML:
22) parsers
23) e-commerce
24) faq
25) tutorials
26) xml and soap
27) GNU - GPL legal
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C programming tutorial:
table of contents:

Basic C programming tutorial by Jake Simpson. (c) 2000 of Ravensoft games !
JakeWorld
C overview
Variables and Datatypes
Operators and Logic
Subroutines and functions
Logic
Input Output
Practical advice
Data structures
Pointers
Strings
Math functions
Files
More Practical Advice
Good Habits
Conclusions
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3D programming tutorial by Abrash
table of contents
Primer on Creating Quake by Abrash one of the creators of quake!
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Chapter 1: Inside Quake
Chapter 2: Consider the Alternatives
Chapter 3: Sorted Spans in Action
Chapter 4: Quake's Lighting Model
Chapter 5: Surface Caching
Chapter 6: Quake's 3D Engine
Appendix: Permissions and Author�s Note
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Dude, I think you need to go through usability tutorial before you put up any of your own.
 
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That was wrong
 
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What do you mean usability tutorial?
Everything in Java tutorial and XML tutorials I wrote is double checked to see if facts are right or wrong and much of the code is pseudo-code.
 
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Originally posted by erich brant:
What do you mean usability tutorial?
Everything in Java tutorial and XML tutorials I wrote is double checked to see if facts are right or wrong and much of the code is pseudo-code.


He is talking about your web site design. Although why he couldn't just use his registered name and offer constructive criticism I don't know. The way I look at it is it is your site and you can make it however you like, it doesn't have to be the paragon of web usability and aethetic value to all who go there.
If you are actually interested in the subject of web usability, you could checkout www.useit.com , a site by some guy named Jakob Nielson who makes his living telling people how to redesign their sites to increase usability. I personally think the useit.com site looks like crap, but who am I to judge.
 
When people don’t understand what you are doing they call you crazy. But this tiny ad just doesn't care:
Java file APIs (DOC, XLS, PDF, and many more)
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