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riteshhh kumar singh
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hello everyone,
i am a engineering student from cs branch and i am in pre-final year.we have final year project that is in 8th sem so i have started learning java from "Herbert schildtz:the java beginners guide".
And i am also planning to go for java certification exam.
How should i prepare java so that i can start with a mini project with my own.
please guide me.
thank you
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

Lots of people ask similar questions, so let’s search. I found 1, 2, 3. There are bound to be lots more. See whether any of them is any help.

The best thing to think, however, is: what would you like to do?
 
riteshhh kumar singh
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Thank you Campbell for the links it is very helpful.
Actually i am currently in 6th semester of my engineering degree and i have planned to make my career in java as a software developer and i also want to go for "sun certified java programmer" certification.
I have been studying this book "the java beginners guide by herbert schildt".
Is this a good book to start java or i should go for "the head first java" which is very popular.

Thank you your advice will be helpful.
 
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You first concentrate on language fundamentals like OO concepts, loops, if/else and switch constructs, etc. Once you are comfortable with basics try implementing an application with UI (swing or AWT). You can try preparing for your OCA exam parallelly.
 
riteshhh kumar singh
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can you please recommend me some good books which have lots of exercises and all so that i can get started with it.
Thank you
 
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There is a books section on this forum if you take a look, lots of useful information in there
 
riteshhh kumar singh
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thank you for help guys,i will read "the head first java" as my first java book.
 
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