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Nathan Esposito

Joined: Apr 17, 2006
Posts: 2
Hi all, I was refered to this site from a friend and he said I could get all my help here. Im a beginner at the java scripting and I was looking to see if anyone could help me, I cant really learn from reading stuff .. so I was wondering if theres any video tutorials WITH audio or if someone could take the time and gimie a hand with just the basics over the phone or something. where im trying to go with this whole java thing is I plan on makeing a lil Java Based game with a friend of mine, such as runescape .. something similar to that and id like to learn fast asap, I can promise u some money for your helpings in the future when the game takes off .. my MSN is if you can help me, add me or send me a e-mail at thanks all appreciate it.
Henry Wong

Joined: Sep 28, 2004
Posts: 20538

Many years ago, during JavaOne, I got my hands on a huge stack of "computer based training" disks for Java from a Sun partner. They were incredibly popular. I pretty much gave them all away within a few days after I came back.

The point is...

Given its popularity, I am sure that these systems are still around. I would start with a google for "CBT" and "java".


Books: Java Threads, 3rd Edition, Jini in a Nutshell, and Java Gems (contributor)
Fox Trot

Joined: Apr 17, 2006
Posts: 5
lol, you want program games asap huh, i suggest you take classes,


doesn't come easy, takes practice, banging your head against the wall, and


then you get that light bulb that goes off, and you get it!

I say get a beginners book from books 'a' million, and start from the

beginning, usually every chapter, towards the end, has a section over


start small, you'll end up bigger in the end..

you can get books off of ebay for like 4 dollars lol

start there maybe??

- M0nk

-I've Lost Myself-
Nathan Esposito

Joined: Apr 17, 2006
Posts: 2
Well, Tutorials on how to make a little game with Java unless thats teh same as C++ I allready have some nice tutorials for C++.
I agree. Here's the link:
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