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Learning Object Oriented Design - Code Implementation

 
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Hi Guys,

Please guide me how to start implementation of an Object oriented design in code in Java.
I want to learn how to create or design a skeleton of a new project whose requirements are handy.
I have background of OO programming with java but here I need to take an initiative to design a project.
Please put some light on this and suggest some study materials / Books.

Thanks
 
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Howdy, Pari!

Well, I honestly think it takes a lot of studying and practicing until you start solving real world problems with good code. You'll have to study a lot, but with discipline, you'll be able to make it. I'd say that two good starting points are the Head First Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and the Head First Java books.
 
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Hi Pari,

In order to design in object oriented way, you need to start thinking in object oriented way. This requires a lot of reading, learning, and practicing. Now, there are many online videos available that can help you in the learning.
 
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