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Getting Started
You may be just getting started with Java after thoroughly learning some other computer language, or you make just be starting from scratch. Here are some hints to help you come up to speed as quickly as possible.
Programming In Java Beginner Books
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Selecting Books

Learning to Program In Java

I think you should learn the various Java technologies is this order: applications, FileIO, AWT (Advanced Windowing Toolkit), Applets, Swing, Collections, Enumerations, Generics, Java Web Start, Threads, SQL/JDBC, Servlets, MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile). Save XML (extensible Markup Language), Java EE (Enterprise Edition), JSP (Java Server Pages), Hibernate… for later. How do you get started in java? here are the suggested steps.
  1. Download and install the JDK.
  2. Use regedit to check that the registry entries at My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Javasoft look plausible. They can get screwed up if you uninstall or install more than one Java run time.
  3. Print yourself a copy of the Java Cheat Sheet.
  4. Collect all the Documentation that is absolutely essential.
  5. Write the HelloWorld application and get it going. HelloWorld, javac.exe, java.exe, and CLASSPATH.
  6. Applet entry.
  7. tutorials and read up on how to write Java code.
  8. At least peruse the FAQs — the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). FAQ is often a misnomer. These things are usually littered with esoterica and answers to questions no one ever asked, all without any sense of priority or categorisation. The Java glossary you are now reading is a type of FAQ, organised as a glossary.
  9. the gotchas section of the Java & Internet Glossary to warn you about the common pitfalls. Even if you just skim it now, it will save you months of frustration because when you hit a gotcha, in the back of your mind you will remember it and you can go back to read up on the details.
  10. the error messages section of the Java & Internet Glossary to explain what the various compiler and run time error messages separate page for compile time error messages and for the run time error messages.
  11. Bone up how you are expected to behave in newsgroups. Post your beginner questions to  comp.lang.java.help. Do not cross post them to the more advanced topics such as  comp.lang.java.machine and comp.lang.java.programmer. Before you post, check the Java & Internet Glossary and the Java FAQs FAQ. People will be quite rude if you ask a question already answered in one of the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questionses). They have not the time to wade through material covered a hundred times before.
  12. If you are an experienced programmer, just coming up to speed on Java then try the Oracle Forums on Java,
  13. Personal Bookshelf. It will point you to places you can read text books free online, particularly Thinking in Java.
  14. Visit a computer bookstore and pick yourself a fat textbook on Java that tackles problems of interest to you at an appropriate difficulty level. It is better to browse in a real bookstore that to buy online. See book stores to buy books online and the bookstore comparison shoppers to find out where you can get the books you want most cheaply.
  15. Read the events essay.
  16. Check out IDE to consider an Integrated Development Environment, particularly a source debugger and class browser.
  17. Study other people’s source code, e.g. mine. Make simple modifications to the programs. Make progressively more drastic modifications until you understand how the programs work. Then you can write your own. Try peppering them with System.out. println or use your IDE (Integrated Development Environment) ’s debugger to trace them to help understand what they are up to.
  18. Check out collections of source code to see how other people solve various Java problems.
  19. To learn how to interconvert the basic Java types play with the Conversion Amanuensis. Doing the I/O with the Java conversion classes is a bit like memorising the irregular French verbs. You need a tutor — the Amanuensis. This includes converting back and forth between numeric Strings and internal binary formats.
  20. To learn the Byzantine Java I/O classes, play with the File IO Amanuensis asking it to generate you source code for all manner of combinations of data and file type. Doing I/O with the Java classes is a bit like constructing a car out of Lego blocks. You need the Amanuensis to show you the ropes. Read the binary formats, endian, println formats and primitives entries.
  21. Just reading will get you nowhere. You have to read, then apply what you read, alternating read then do. Give yourself a real project that has some emotional appeal for you. If you can’t think of anything, the list of student projects.
  22. Read How To Write Unmaintainable Code and carefully avoid following its advice.
  23. Check out the Newbie essay to see if you are falling into the common bad habits most newbies pick up.
  24. Check out the section on dealing with tough homework problems. It is useful for tackling tough problems generally.
  25. To deal with feelings of panic and overwhelm, read the tharn entry.
  26. I have written all kinds of Java applications and Applets with free source you can look at. Pick one that interests you. Download the source, study it, then start playing with it, making simple modifications, e.g. changing colours and fonts, changing the text labels. Then work up to more major changes, adding buttons, changing the layout… You almost never write an application completely from scratch. You find something vaguely similar and step by step hammer it into the new shape. The advantage you have something working to play with at each stage. In these early experiments, you don’t need to plan ahead. Imagine you are potter edging your metaphorical electronic clay a little closer at a time to what you want.
  27. Write some applications.
  28. Write some Applets.
  29. Write some Java Web Start applications.
  30. Tackle SQL (Standard Query Language)/JDBC (Java Data Base Connectivity).
  31. Tackle Servlets.
  32. Tackle MIDP (cellphones and handhelds).
  33. Tackle a Servlet framework such as JSP.
  34. Tackle JavaMail.
  35. Tackle JCE (Java Cryptography Extension) encryption.
  36. Tackle Hibernate
  37. Tackle EE.

Finding Roedy’s Recommended Books

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Selecting Books

Don’t buy a book just because others, even me, said it was good. Read as much of it as you can before you buy to make sure it is not too basic or too advanced. A book utterly the best for others, may be too advanced for you, for now. It won’t get any more comprehensible once you take it home and it will just languish on the shelf.

If you possibly can, go to a brick and mortar bookstore and browse the books. Watch out for:

Look for: I like O’Reilly books. They tend to be deep, narrowly focused on a specific topic, slim and accurate. I am not impressed by the fat fluffy books from Que.
One of my brick and mortar bookstore tests for a book is to read the first few and the last few pages. The first few pages should assume only things I already know, and be easy to read. The last few pages should assume significantly more knowledge than I have and be somewhere between difficult and impossible to read. This test eliminates both books that are completely beyond me and books that teach nothing I don’t already know.
~ Patricia Shanahan

Beginner Books

book cover recommend book⇒Core Java Volume I-Fundamentals (10th Edition) (Core Series)to book home
by Cay S. Horstmann 978-0-13-417730-4 paperback
birth 1959-06-16 age:57 978-0-13-417735-9 eBook
publisher Prentice Hall B019PFBM0M kindle
published 2016-01-01
Aimed at someone who already knows C++. This is not a fluffy introductory book.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java SE8 for Programmers (3rd Edition) (Deitel Developer Series)to book home
by Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel 978-0-13-389138-6 paperback
publisher Prentice Hall 978-0-13-389151-5 eBook
published 2014-04-09 B00JC9I3RC kindle
This is book for experienced programmers to learn all of Java including JDK 1.8. It works primarily with code examples.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java How To Program (Early Objects) (10th Edition)to book home
by Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel 978-0-13-380780-6 paperback
publisher Prentice Hall 978-0-13-380793-6 eBook
published 2014-03-06 978-0-13-381303-6 WebBook
  B00IO7DD2I kindle
This is an extremely expensive paperback. You normally only see paperbacks this costly aimed at a tiny academic market. It contains source for hundreds of complete working programs. This is my complaint with most books. They tend to show you just snippets leaving you at a loss with what sort of sandwich they need to make them work. The course MyProgramming lab is extra!
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book cover recommend book⇒Learning Java, fourth editionto book home
by Patrick Niemeyer and Jonathan Knudson 978-1-4493-1924-3 paperback
publisher O’Reilly recommended 978-1-4493-7249-1 eBook
published 2013-06-25 B00DDZPC9I kindle
Covers Java 1.7 though nearly all of it is about older features, including enums and generics. Covers serialisation vs code generation. Particularly good at explaining the use of the Java 1.2 Collection classes. Teaches with example code, my favourite technique. It has a tiger on the cover because Oracle’s code name for Java 1.5 was Tiger. Contains a very good chapter on generics. The book is not for people new to programming. This is the book Mark Space recommends, especially to learn OO programming.
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book cover recommend book⇒Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version, ninth editionto book home
by Y. Daniel Liang 978-0-13-292373-6 paperback
publisher Prentice Hall 978-0-13-295525-6 eBook
published 2012-03-11 B007O10XWI kindle
Liang is a university professor, so this is written (and priced) as a university first year level text book. It covers the new features of Java 1.7.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java 7 New Features Cookbookto book home
by Richard M. Reese, Jennifer L. Reese 978-1-84968-562-7 paperback
publisher Packt 978-1-84968-563-4 WebBook
published 2012-02-23 B007E6YCC0 kindle
It covers only Java features introduced in Java 7, things such things as the diamond operator, catching multiple exceptions, symbolic links, POSIX file attributes, ACL, ZIP filesystems, Currency.
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book cover recommend book⇒Murach’s Java Programming, fourth editionto book home
by Joel Murach 978-1-890774-65-3 paperback
birth 1968 age:48 978-1-890774-65-3 eBook
publisher Mike Murach
published 2011-11-04
Teaches basic Java programming including GUI and databases. It also covers the main Java 1.7 features such as the try-with-resources statement, the diamond operator (<>) and the nio2 file accessors. I suspect the eBook may only be available direct from the publisher. Confusingly it has the same ISBN as the paperback. book website
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book cover recommend book⇒Java 7: A Beginner’s Tutorial, third editionto book home
by Budi Kurniawan 978-0-9808396-1-6 paperback
publisher BrainySoftware 978-0-9808396-1-6 eBook
published 2011-10-01 B005NINIX0 kindle
Covers all of Java, not just the new features in Java 1.7.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java: An Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming, 6th editionto book home
by Walter J. Savitch 978-0-13-216270-8 paperback
publisher Addison Wesley 978-0-13-140169-3 hardcover
published 2011-02-24 978-0-13-275241-1 eBook
  B008UFX37Y kindle
Good for beginners to computer programming.
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book cover recommend book⇒A Programmer’s Guide to Java SE 8 Oracle Certified Associate (OCA)to book home
by Khalid A Mughal, Rolf W Rasmussen 978-0-13-293021-5 paperback
publisher Addison-Wesley Professional 978-0-13-294311-6 eBook
published 2016-07-30 978-0-13-294309-3 WebBook
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Khalid A. Mughal is a professor at the University of Bergen in Norway. This book is to help you pass the SCJP Oracle Certified Programmer for Java 1.8 exam, but it is also useful for gaining a deeper understanding of Java. Mughal has a terse clear way of writing.
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book cover recommend book⇒Murach’s Java SE 6: Training & Referenceto book home
by Joel Murach, Andrea Steelman 978-1-890774-42-4 paperback
publisher Mike Murach 978-1-890774-42-4 eBook
published 2007-04-20
Does not cover Java 1.7. Also covers practical matters like how to install Java. He focuses on the practical matter of getting you writing code as soon as possible and delaying learning anything outside the core of what you need to know. I suspect the eBook may only be available direct from the publisher. Confusingly it has the same ISBN as the paperback. book website
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book cover recommend book⇒Java Actually: A First Course in Programmingto book home
by Khalid A. Mughal, Torill Hamre and Rolf Rasmussen 978-1-84480-418-4 paperback
publisher International Thomson Business
published 2007-01-31
Khalid A. Mughal is a professor at the University of Bergen in Norway. This is book suitable for a first course in computer science that presumes no prior knowledge, but a bright mind. Mughal has a terse clear way of writing.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java Preciselyto book home
by Peter Sestoft 978-0-262-69325-7 paperback
publisher MIT B00LG92GKG kindle
published 2005-08-01
If you already know other languages and don’t want a fluffy beginner’s book this may be for you. It concisely and completely covers Java in 100 pages.
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book cover recommend book⇒Head First Java, second editionto book home
by Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra 978-0-596-00920-5 paperback
publisher O’Reilly recommended 978-1-4493-3144-3 eBook
published 2005-02-09 B0064U8GYC kindle
A beginners’ book that not only has the depth it’s also an entertaining and thought-provoking read. If you have no computer programming experience at all, this is the best starting place.
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book cover recommend book⇒Just Java 2, sixth editionto book home
by Peter van der Linden 978-0-13-148211-1 paperback
publisher Prentice Hall 978-0-13-700990-9 eBook
published 2004-07-01 978-0-13-493982-7 audio
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Covers Java 5 aka 1.5. Peter has a sense of humour and breaks the drudgery of reading with a funny story at the end of each chapter. He explains through simple examples. This is a book you can sit down and read and not fall asleep. I helped edit and proofread the chapters on enums and genericity. This is good introduction that won’t overwhelm you.
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book cover recommend book⇒Java Cookbook, Second Editionto book home
by Ian F. Darwin 978-0-596-00701-0 paperback
publisher O’Reilly recommended 978-0-596-55520-7 eBook
published 2004-06-21 B0043GXMTI kindle
This is a book that teaches with examples. You don’t have to fully understand them to use the code. It covers only up to JDK 1.5.
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book cover recommend book⇒Core Web Programming, second editionto book home
by Marty Hall and Gary Cornell 978-0-13-089793-0 paperback
publisher Prentice Hall 978-0-613-92274-6 hardcover
published 2001-06-03
1250 pages. Also has some simple RMI examples. This is a great doorstop of a book. It has a few chapters on client-server programming in Java and a section of that is on CGI. I have looked at hundreds of Java books and found nothing that deals in depth with client side Java talking to CGI, except Marty’s book. It is really very simple and he does an excellent job of explaining it. Marty has posted all the source code examples from the book for anyone to use. These contain updates and errata fixes you don’t get on the CD-ROM that comes with the book.
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