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    I have got my interest back into java with watching the CS106A course on youtube YouTube - cs106a and this is the stanford course link CS106A Programming Methodology

    just wondering if anyone else has watched them ?

    I just enjoyed it and in turn has got my interest back in software development and with java as well


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    Default Re: CS106A

    Have not watched that one in particular, but youtube is a great resource to watch classes such as this. For example MIT has the whole series of their intro to algorithms course - not java specific and takes some time to watch, but a wealth of information is provided.

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    I have begun using these as an entry into Java and have found them very useful thus far. The professor does an excellent job at breaking down Java. I'm currently working on the assignment # 2.