>Im working my way though http://www.cafeaulait.org/javatutorial.html But I
>guess it all depends on your previous knowledge of the language! The
>cafaulait.org site looks worthy of further investigation.
>Any other nominations for useful Java sites???
No, but seeing as the subject is Java training, maybe books are an option
for a bit of self-service training. As a relative beginner myself, I'd
highly recommend Big Java by Cay Horstmann and Understanding
Object-Oriented Programming With Java by Timothy Budd (which is used as the
textbook for the Open University's undergraduate Java course). Having
bought and borrowed a variety of Java book, these two really stand out.
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