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    All my time wasting came to a end and yours will to.


    This is the very beginning of java that will explain in the best Detail for Everyone to understand!



    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - Head first java 2nd edition pdf.

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] same as above instead of download leads to website.

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    i am just passing on important information for those who actually want to learn I take 0 credit for this share.
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    in this day and age, kotlin would be a better choice for beginners and more of a long-term "investment". you can learn it [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] without the need to install any prerequisites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavan C View Post
    in this day and age, kotlin would be a better choice for beginners and more of a long-term "investment". you can learn it [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] without the need to install any prerequisites.
    Good man i really appreciate it, if that is the case then i have just waisted 8 hours of my life lol, but serious would it be okay to use this in the thread instead then please ? i was searching for ages to find a beginning to understand how java code works
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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingSolo View Post
    Good man i really appreciate it, if that is the case then i have just waisted 8 hours of my life lol, but serious would it be okay to use this in the thread instead then please ? i was searching for ages to find a beginning to understand how java code works
    First result when googling "Java Tutorial": [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (official tutorials)

    When you YT "java tutorial", tons of playlists appear:
    Java (Beginner) Programming Tutorials: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Java Video Tutorial: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Java Tutorial For Beginners (Step by Step tutorial): [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Java Tutorials by Durga Sir: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    C'mon man, you didn't look hard enough. Besides, the guy in the video you shared speaks at an astonishing speed of 3 words per minute, as if he took some morphine before making the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingSolo View Post
    i may be a little thick lad that is the truth but i have looked as much as you think i haven't. as i explained in the description i got miss lead of which i assume a lot of people do to, i searched java development, learn java code, learn how to code rsps, all sorts as i explained also... i am new, how long have you been in the rsps community ? i expect you would know exactly what to search for.
    i wouldn't say you wasted 8 hours, both java and kotlin revolve around the same vm technology. this means that whatever you can use in java, you can use in kotlin! getting insight on a predecessor language can't hurt :P

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    but ya, like serious said you can learn java literally anywhere these days.

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] < join that and claim the free pluralsight subscription
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] < shitload of java courses taught by actually knowledgeable people
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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingSolo View Post
    i may be a little thick lad that is the truth but i have looked as much as you think i haven't. as i explained in the description i got miss lead of which i assume a lot of people do to, i searched java development, learn java code, learn how to code rsps, all sorts as i explained also... i am new, how long have you been in the rsps community ? i expect you would know exactly what to search for.
    I searched "apollo rsps", it was the first result. I googled "Hyperion rsps", it was the third result. And Pavan wasn't lying when he said "you can learn Java just about anywhere these days" - you aren't investing enough effort.

    You joined this site asking "is this site's purpose for learning?". You were told "no, its for rsps development, but you can get help". You then asked the same question again a few days later. No one is trying to mislead you. If you were mislead, then it's your interpretation of that information that's the problem.

    Learning how to develop via RSPS will most likely result in you picking up some bad habits, which is why I discouraged the "is this a site for learning?". You asked me to remove my comments, even though they contained valuable information for someone at your level? That's definitely not how you learn..

    Instead of focusing on the info provided, you focused on the Google joke, which yeah, people in this community like to joke around. People in ALL communities like to joke around. Even the mods here like to bust balls.

    EDIT: Thank you for understanding that I'm not trying to be a dick - if I was, I wouldn't be taking the time to grab the links, nor even writing a post this long. I sent you a PM, hopefully my last post doesn't snowball into something worse. +1 for understanding.

    Speaking of plurasight, if anyone wants professional mentoring, you can find me on Plurasight's HackHands: PM me for info (although it's paid, not free - my free mentoring services has been put on hold for the time being, too many requests)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious ipwxy View Post
    I searched "apollo rsps", it was the first result. I googled "Hyperion rsps", it was the third result. And Pavan wasn't lying when he said "you can learn Java just about anywhere these days" - you aren't investing enough effort.

    You joined this site asking "is this site's purpose for learning?". You were told "no, its for rsps development, but you can get help". You then asked the same question again a few days later. No one is trying to mislead you. If you were mislead, then it's your interpretation of that information that's the problem.

    Learning how to develop via RSPS will most likely result in you picking up some bad habits, which is why I discouraged the "is this a site for learning?". You asked me to remove my comments, even though they contained valuable information for someone at your level? That's definitely not how you learn..

    Instead of focusing on the info provided, you focused on the Google joke, which yeah, people in this community like to joke around. People in ALL communities like to joke around. Even the mods here like to bust balls.
    fair point.
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