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    Default Hello!

    Hi,

    My name is Chris. I work for a Java development house in support and have little to no Java experience. I've started reading "Head first Java, 2nd Edition" to learn the basics and have a long term plan of being able to dev my own android app.

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    Hi and welcome! The book is good. Stick to the Java basics and start mobile development, like you said, a lot later.

    A good resource for cross reading are the Oracle tutorials and API docs.

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    Welcome Chris