then please can you tell me which source to use for learning real implementation of OOP concepts in project. Because I'm going to learn Normalization, UML withing few day as I read about them already just have to revise again because I want to develop Bank project (Just for my practice but will all feature as real website) so will post here as I learn Normalization and UML.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:There are some errors in there, and I have not found them at all good at instilling object‑oriented (=OO) thinking in people.
hmm perhaps. yes I decided that once I design what sort of classes and interfaces (I mean most of the Java concepts) I need in this banking project will post on here for sure. It is the API Doc I have been reading since long time and it is huge like spider network(one class extends other, other class implements some other interface but teaches a lot ). Actually I should have started another thread. Do you think drawing diagram is better way to understand OOP's concepts and alos hierarchy in Java classes like we have in Collection Framework ? I use diagram most to understand how things work...
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Saying that you intend to learn normalisation and UML in a few days seems a little overoptimistic to me
Fergus Flanagan wrote:Any thoughts welcome.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:I have never thought the Java® Tutorials constituted a course. I thought they were a lot of examples so you can see how to use a particular feature. There are some errors in there, and I have not found them at all good at instilling object‑oriented (=OO) thinking in people. Which course did you mean that was good at OO thinking?
Paul Clapham wrote:I never thought of the Oracle tutorials as a course, either.