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Max Labaio-Burreal
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Hey programmers, hackers, crakers all other protocalls observed...i am newer than this morning to JAVA programming. There's nothing i want to do more than to hack computers and to programm,the best way i found out is through java. It seems java is the most dynamic programming language of a decade. Well can i get tips on Java programming, hacking and so on..Maybe some online yahoo tutorials or something..thanx a mill
 
Nathan Russell
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I'm not sure I like the idea of hacking and cracking. Coming from within a corporate IT environment, the very thought of someone hacking and cracking our systems stops me sleeping at night, and so I'n not about to encourage or condone it in any way ... so no tips from me I'm afraid (not that I have any to give - I'm just as much a newbie as you are !)
 
Max Labaio-Burreal
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thanks alot.
 
Matt Fielder
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you could at least given him...

www.google.com
 
Barbara Norway
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I don't think he meant he was going to crack into computers, just that he wants to learn how to program and become a hacker. Right, Max?
 
Layne Lund
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I would highly recommend that you buy a book. I started learning Java with Core Java Volume 1. This book has recently been revised for the newest version of Java, Java 5. However, if you insist on online resources, you can start with Sun's online tutorials. I especially recommend "Your First Cup of Java". You should also check out Bruce Eckel's Thinking in Java. There are plenty of other resources, printed as well as online, you should google for it or visit your favorite local or online bookstore.

HTH

Layne
 
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