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Duran Harris
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Hi all,

I'm busy trying to gather resources to start my SCJD....Have got head first design patterns,have ordered Andrew's book....now I'm looking at a Swing book...I've never worked with swing before,can anyone recommend a book that is suited for beginners but still a thorough reference???

Thanks


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Roberto Perillo
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Hey, partner!

Man, this is the best reference I can think of: The Swing Tutorial.


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Duran Harris
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Nope...I need something that I can take home with me....
Adeel Ansari
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K. Tsang
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Not sure if the book is suitable for beginners. But Swing by Robinson from Manning is like a Swing bible with lots of examples.


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