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Mandeep Singh Sidhu
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Can anybody suggest me Which is the Best institute for java in Delhi for fresher in java?Or any teacher?
 
Bruno Barauskas
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Hi pal... you can read a terrible book of Java "Head First Java", I�m reading it now... its the better book I have seen... I�m already a Delphi programmer trying to migrate to Java.

Good luck for us, keep in mind your objective and run to it... never give up!
 
Anil Kumardvg
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Hi Sidhu,

try to read java your self its easy, In the begining I also searched many institute.Now I have started to read Head first its very nice book go throgh with this book.If you got any doubt post it in forum.Discuss with your friends, its more than enough
 
liaa tras
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Head First Books always better .

visit

http://www.delhieducation.net/delhiedudestination/computerinstitutes.asp


You can find java training institute
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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