I am basically not a programmer and I am comparatively new to Java technology , so I was wondering what all topics should be covered up if i have to start java from the start and has any one
studied or got any info regarding this 6 week java training online course The 6-week Complete Java Primer (with Training Certificate): Online Course and should we also have knowledge of C language before we further move on to Advance Java topics??
Re: Complete java
If you are new to Java, I strongly recommend two things:
1. Visit 'The Java Tutorials' at www.docs.oracle.com .
It has a library of Java Tutorials that will come in handy. Start at the 'Learning The Java Language'.
2. Goto this guy's Java Tutorials:
thenewboston - YouTube
Or go to his website:
TheNewBoston - Free Educational Video Tutorials on Computer Programming, Adobe Software, Computer Science and More!
He makes excellent tutorials on not just Beginner Java Tutorials, but Intermediate, and even a game development series. He even does loads of other programming languages if you are interested.
Re: Complete java
When I first started learning Java, which wasn't all that long ago, I watched YouTube videos from thenewboston and BrandonioProductions. They have videos starting from the basics, such as downloading the JDK and an IDE, all the way to intermediate and more advanced topics. I consider both of them to be about equal. You should also try looking at Java documentation as that is where all the information ultimately comes from and it becomes a matter of understanding it.
I don't have any experience in C programming languages. I've been told and read that its syntax and logic are quite similar to Java, however, there are differences.