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Fairly often people ask about good places to learn Java. If you need such a resource, see if this one looks interesting:

http://www.particle.kth.se/~lindsey/JavaCourse/Book/index.html

Maybe someone new to Java would give us a review of whether it helped them get started.
 
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I'm not new to Java, but I have been browsing that course over the last few months and it seems very good.

I have a course for beginners myself at

http://www.examulator.com/moodle/
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