Jules Bach wrote:I learned java on an IDE called "BlueJ" - it's a very simple IDE designed for students who are new to learning java, rather than commercial production of java apps (although there is nothing stopping you for using in this way). It's a free download from their site:
Wikipedia BlueJ article
I thought it was a good stepping stone before moving on to eclipse..
I think there now even an Eclipse BlueJ plugin, for that "next step"?
Jules Bach wrote:I learned java on an IDE called "BlueJ" -