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gabriela yoricama pluma matukary

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hello, where do you guys know where is a good java tutorial for beginers but very updated and especialy for the enterprise java, do you know any good tutorial/book/website please help i need this for my new work
Linda Walters
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I think that Head First Java, 2nd Edition by Sierra and Bates, published by O'Reilly, ISBN -0596-00920-8 is a great beginner's book. The style will not be what you are used to if all you have used is text books, but that is what makes all of the "Head First" books great.

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vignesh hariharan
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hey try "thinking in java" by bruce eckels.. this is damn book for any java guys..

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