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Hello everyone, first of all I apologize for my vocabulary or grammar mistakes I have done this with google translator. By the way greetings from Spain.

I am studying an application development course, I know a little the basics, however, I still have a lot to advance. The problem is that I am not moving at a speed that I consider optimal for me. That is why I am curious about some things that I probably will not see in the course and I asked if you would know any book, web or any way to learn a bit this on my own accompanying my classes. I really find it very entertaining and I want to know more so I would greatly appreciate it.
PD: As for the level, I'm not a total rookie, but obviously I do not have a level that I dare say medium. I still have a lot, it's just to expand knowledge.
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Welcome to CodeRanch Ivan.

We are glad that you are here and I hope that you find this community helpful, sharing, knowledgeable and welcoming.

Because I'm not too sure where you want to start I'll try to point you towards a few helpful resources:

- Oracle has a free full set of tutorials for Java which you can find here https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/.
 Many of the lessons in the Oracle tutorials use features found in Java 8.

- If you are looking for books then you may want to check out the books section found here https://coderanch.com/c/books.
 There are many more resources then books found in the books section, including some links to paid resources/classes.
 Some of these resources have been reviewed, but not all of them.

Some IDE's also have tutorials or links to tutorials on their own web site. I know that JetBrains has a few resources/links on TDD, Gradle etc.

If you have any Java related questions (and some not Java related) post them to this site.
There are many people on this site who are really well versed in Java and they will not only help explain the solutions but how they came about those solutions.

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    Again, welcome to the Ranch
    With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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