As fred says (he likes it lowercase), it really depends on your current level of understanding. I would suggest that you make sure you understand the principles of polymorphism, inheritance, encapsulation, and composition. If you don't understand those, that would be a good place to start.
Thanks guys! Great advice I should have worded my question better, I'm going to ask questions about career path/progression and questions concerning self learning. In terms of the industry I don't even know the options out there, I'm that new to this. So I feel sheepish because my questions are so broad and basic.
As for self learning, there are enough books and online tutorials to keep you busy for years. If you are asking which is the "best" system for self learning, that depends on your individual learning style. Myself, I prefer books and online text tutorials over videos, but that's just me.
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