David Murphy wrote: > 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. I second this. Unless you have some object background to begin with, you never end the IBM tutorial any smarter. > The MindQ CD that comes with VAJava seemed very good from what I have seen of >it. I have been meaning to review this, but so far have not had the time/desire. > 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? I think that the Sun site and their JDC (Java Developer Connection) is a better source for general Java info. Reg is free and they send out tech tip newsletters that I have found helpful.-- =========================================================== R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr. -- IBM Certified AS/400 Administrator -- The sum of all human knowledge is a fixed constant. It's the population that keeps growing!
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