Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:You learn by doing and by experience. Its a continuous and incremental process. There's lot in every technology you start with. One shouldn't get overwhelmed by the features provided or the power of any language.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Searching "eclipse java" on Amazon tells me there are some books on Eclipse. There are also examples in many books on a topic. For example, the book we are promoting this week "Java 7 JAX-WS Web Service" goes into a ton of detail about how to use NetBeans. I realize that doesn't help you, but some books do that for Eclipse.
As far as info overload, you learn slowly. By coming across things. By reading. By trying. By participating in forums online .
Arnold Strong wrote:How does one read about eclipse then ? I don't want to spend my time doing random toy projects with eclipse and then learning tid-bits of tips and tricks about eclipse along the way.
Luke Kolin wrote:Then don't do toy projects; do a real one. I've been doing real projects on Eclipse for almost a decade and continuously learning along the way.
Arnold Strong wrote:Soothing words, but hardly any relief. Right now, i am taking serious damage -
Google analytics and java api
Arnold Strong wrote:Giving up on the useless google API. I am doing Spring !
See you guys !
Arnold Strong wrote:there is no decent beginner level book for learning eclipse inside out