found some really interesting videos on youtube
Programming Methodology (Stanford)
about 28 parts of 1 hour / 45 min each
very java based,but only saw now they were uploaded in 2008!
was wondering if i should bother with them...or should i seek more current material on the matter
So anything before 2008 would be like Java 6, though Java 6 is I think widely used but its good to learn something that is newer. Java 8 is quite amazing.
jon ninpoja wrote:ok will give them a go...seems interesting on design etc
anything you seen regarding OOP etc you found memorable ie good?
OOP generally is language independent. So you look for articles by Uncle Bob Martin on OO Design and we do have a forum of OO Design which is a cool place to hangout
If it is programming methodologies, then it probably isn't critical which version of Java® the lectures use. You may find that programming methodologies does not teach you how to program.
Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:Not too old. But I think better to pick materials which cover Java 8. . . . .