|Intro Java Lecture Notes|
|Introduction to Computer Science using Java|
Bradley Kjell, Central Connecticut State University
Excellent introductory notes on Java and computer programming. Java Programming for beginning programmers using the "programmed learning" method.
|CS368: Java for C++ Programmers|
Rebecca Hasti, University of Wisconsin
These course notes work more as a tutorial and are meant for those with a basic familiarity of C++. Follow through the programming assignments. The lecture notes cover Java vs C++, Java Classes, Packages and Exceptions, Introduction to Inheritance, Inheritance, Interfaces, and I/O.
|CS 537: Introduction to Operating Systems|
Marvin Solomon, University of Wisconsin
These are an introductory course in Java that provide enough information to understand the interface with operating systems. The Java langauge is actually rather small and simple - an order of magnitude smaller and simpler than C++, and in some ways, even smaller and simpler than C. However, it comes with a very large and constantly growing library of utility classes.
|Introduction to Java Development|
Elliotte Harold, N/A
These notes are written by the author of The Java Developer's Resource, Prentice Hall, 1997. They cover basic java through applets through network programming. This is a great online tool for learning java.
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