Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by ilan, Jun 17, 2015.
What would be the easiest way?
what do you think about Udemy.com?
There are certainly many sites and videos for this.
(Udemy.com offers only a part for free).
First I found:
Thanks lucams, do you think its possible to learn java like this? I know 0 java...
A java course cost about 5000$ here in israel. Thats a lot i think
I have not seen that video.
I know that if "you" have a good basic knowledge of languages, OOP, you can learn any language (if you have time and ... memory, sigh ).
Today there is no need to spend money to learn. You can find many sites that published tutorials, guides, source code examples and finally videos.
I never spent much time in Java (wrong, but when I can, I'll do it).
However, Java itself, is not very different from other languages such as VB.Net: apart from the syntax (if you need to change: "Dim A As Int" to "int A", it is not a big problem ), the important things are the usual ones: classes, interfaces, inheritance ...
The question is if you want to learn Java for Android or Java ever. Java is used almost anywhere and in many ways (Java beans? For soup? )
Anyway, you'll find a lot of free stuff on the Web.
thanx lucams, i really think today Java is a very importent dev. language
if i would know java i could make my own libs for b4a and much more...
i think i will need to find time to learn java...
I guess there are a lot of java libs out there that can be ported by just coding it in B4A itself but people prefere the wrapping methods as it is faster if you are good at it.