This week's book giveaway is in the OCP forum. We're giving away four copies of OCP Java SE 8 Programmer II Exam Study Guide and have Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates, & Elizabeth Robson on-line! See this thread for details.
I am going to do the SCJP exam at my university. But it is recommended that i take SL-275 for preperation. This course costs alost �700 pounds. I cant really afford that. You think its really necessary to do this? Im sure theres plenty of books i could just use (any recommendations).
I have completed modules on databases this semester and a module of operating systems communications and protocols and computer technology(architecture). In which we did alot of linux programming. Compiler design sounds interesting. Can you recommend any good books or resources on the subject?
This semester we will be studying the following which i cant wait to tackle.
Objects and Algorithms Object Orientated Systems Analysis and Design Systems Programming
I doubt this is the best forum for this. But i need some good advice. I am currently in 2nd year computer science. We have covered programming fundamentals and interactive software development. To the extent i can pick a book up on how to program and know most of the things being taught in it. But where do i go from here?... What sort of stuff should i be learning now if i want a professional career as a programmer? Not just in java... I just dont know where to start. I want to learn more and more...