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where can i download free java/j2ee video tuturials

 
Srinivasa Maddi
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Can anyone help me in providing some links where i can download some good and free java/j2ee VIDEO TUTORIALS. If possible kindly lead me to links which allows me to download video tutorials topic-wise such as core java 1.5, jsp, servlets, ejb, hibernate, spring, design patterns, jdbc, struts, uml, xml.

Thanks in anticipation
Srini
 
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I found lots on fficial&client=firefox-a" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Google.
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Srinivasa Maddi
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yeah..even i tried but couldn't find a proper free site. Would you mind to share the link which you you had used
 
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I watched a video about a HelloWorld program on YouTube; it was difficult to watch and the narrator said "out" was a "class" in the System "package," but you should find it as the 2nd link here. You will have to watch the videos carefully before recommending them to anybody else.
 
Srinivasa Maddi
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Ritchie, thanks for your inputs.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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You're welcome
 
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Before I found Java I was using VB.Net to play around in, and I stumlbled across a website with good quality video tutorials at www.learnvisualstudio.net.

I've had a quick look about and I can't find anything of a similar quality for Java.

Anyone fancy filling the gap in the market...?
 
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