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View Resource Free Electronic Book: Thinking in Java, 3rd Edition

This highly acclaimed online book is intended to provide a thorough introduction to the Java programming language. Spanning sixteen chapters plus appendices, Thinking in Java should be sufficient for all but the most advanced or obscure topics. The book covers the basics of objects, coding style, error handling, the Java input/output system, creating graphical user interfaces, and much more. The...

View Resource Codeacademy

How does one learn how to code? It can be complicated, but Codeacademy lifts the veil on the mystery behind this important modern craft and skill. On the site, visitors can go ahead and get started by typing in their username. After this, visitors can click on the Learn area to find out more about programming for JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and jQuery. An area at the bottom of the main page links...

View Resource Introduction to Programming Using Java

Created by a professor of computer science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, this online textbook "is suitable for use in an introductory programming course and for people who are trying to learn programming on their own." The free resource uses Java as a basis for discussing principles of data types, subroutines, and other program characteristics that are similarly handled in most common...

View Resource C# Computing

Microsoft's C# programming language, which was integrated into the recent Visual Studio .NET release, is the main subject of this instructional Web site. Maintained by the C# Computing company, the site's most useful section is .NET tutorials. There are 21 lessons that provide an excellent start toward fluency in the language. Some concepts covered in the tutorial include recursion, exceptions,...

View Resource Atrevida: Game Programming Tutorials

Although it is labeled as an introduction to PC game programming, the tutorials given on Atrevida additionally cover many aspects of mathematics and general computer science. A modest background in the C language is suggested, but many of the sections involve more theory than actual programming. There are nearly twenty topics that explain basic computer operation, graphics programming, and the...

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