• Subject: Books and Tutorials - was "Thanks for responses!"
  • From: "Kevin Palmquist" <kevinpalmquist@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 15:36:19 PST

Not being the book/tutorial type of learner (maybe lack of discipline, 
probably rugrats crawling about me) I decided to bite the bullet and 
sign up for a real commercial Java class.  It will be 1 week long, 2/1 
through 2/5, 8:30 - 4:30.  Seems as if it will be pretty intense.  I 
have been coding S/38 & AS/400 since CPF Release 1.0 so this should be 
really interesting.  If anyone wants, I can post my impressions 

Kevin Palmquist
Jack-of-all-Trades, Master of a few (read: 1099 Contractor)

>I've gone through the tutorial in Visual Age for Java but I had very 
little idea of what I had done when I finished. The MindQ CD that comes 
with VAJava seemed very good from what I have seen of it.
>The IBM Java site (http://www.ibm.com/java/) seems very good but I 
haven't dug deeply into it yet. Plus they have on-line courses. Has 
anyone tried them and, if so, what did you think of them?
>Other sites I've come across:
>David Murphy
>Information Services
>Oregon State Scholarship Commission

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