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    newboston is not bad though...some great tutorials there as well

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    Hello..
    I am recommend you these sites to learn programming language.
    w3schools[dot]com
    Cramster[dot]com

    There are also video tutorial available on Internet. First you have to decide which programming language you want to learn then search for that particular language. But C Language is basic pro. language so if you start from C then it will better for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john88 View Post
    newboston is not bad though...some great tutorials there as well
    In case people have trouble finding this wonderful resource, I'll link it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sijoe View Post
    Hi. I never wrote a line of code in my life. Can any of you tell me of some sites or books that I can read to learn programming. Whats the best way to learn. Im trying to get into a computer information systems college course. What are your thoughts?
    Learn from online tutorial, after learning practice is must be necessary. I suggest you "w3schools" sites for learn any programing language with practical example.

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    Yes, you can go for google search. Your doubts will be cleared and google teach you lot more.

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    Java is the foundation for virtually every type of networked application and is the global standard for developing and delivering enterprise software, web-based content, games and mobile applications. Java enjoys a large and mature ecosystem with strong tools support. Java delivers application portability and robust performance across many computing environments.

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    I have no idea also, can somebody elaborate it? PLease


 
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