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* Brewing Java: A Tutorial
A comprehensive Java tutorial by Elliotte Rusty Harold. Warning: This is a BIG file!
* Java Book List
An incredibly comprehensive list of Java books compiled by Elliotte Rusty Harold.
Bet you never knew there were so many books, or so many ways to teach you how to program in Java!
* Baldwin's Java/C/C++ Programming Page
Some on-line instruction material from Dick Baldwin.
* Bill Bilow's Java Table
Bill Bilow's web site for learning Java on your own - based on his Beginning Java book. Includes lots of useful java programming information in such topics as JDBC, CGI, Sockets, RMI, CORBA/IDL and Netscape LiveConnect.
* Writing Your First Java Applet
A step-by-step introduction to writing a (moderately complex) first Java program aimed specifically at C++ programmers familiar with Windows programming.
* IBM's Java Books List
"Beth's Bookshelf" - Listings and reviews by IBM's Beth Tibbitts of numerous Java books. All books are assigned a rating to help you choose the best.
* Java Data Structures
A very useful summary/tutorial of how to implement all the major data structures using Java - including Arrays, Stacks, Linked Lists, Queue, and Binary Trees.
* Book: Thinking in Java
One of the best books for people wanting to learn Java, and regularly recommended and praised from many independent sources. This book by Bruce Eckel is also available online in PDF format if you want to download and print it yourself {warning: it's big!}, or....
Buy it TODAY from Amazon Worldwide/U.S.A. or U.K.
* XML and Java Tutorial, Part I
A tutorial from the Bean Factory showing how Java can be used to display information in XML documents using a graphical Swing interface and an HTML based interface.



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