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View Resource Oracle Technology Network for Java Developers

The Java Developer Connection (JDC), provided by Sun Microsystems, is loaded with helpful information about the Java programming language. Registration is required to access the JDC, but it is free. The site includes a searchable Technical Support section, Online Training, access to the newest Java technology, bug reports, Discussion Forums, and JDC emails. The discussion forums are setup in an...

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html
View Resource The Java Tutorial: A Practical Guide for Programmers

This Java tutorial, created by the makers of the language, covers all the basics needed to start programming. Some of the general subjects discussed on the site include writing applets, 2D graphics, security, and custom networking. Each of the main sections has several lessons that describe specific topics. The first few are probably essential for every Java beginner, but the specialized sections...

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/index.html
View Resource Roldan Pozo

This is the homepage of Roldan Pozo, a "senior researcher in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology." He has developed many C++ libraries for numerical linear algebra, which can be freely downloaded via links on the site. Pozo also offers a short series of introductory lecture notes and programming examples of C++ for scientists....

http://math.nist.gov/~RPozo/
View Resource Java Programming Tutorials

This site is much more than the name implies. In addition to an exhaustive reference on the Java programming language, other tutorials on C#, XML, Python, and JavaScript are available. The Java tutorials are divided into beginning, intermediate, and advanced sections, and sample programs and source code are provided for each topic. Users can test their knowledge of Java by completing a series of...

http://www.dickbaldwin.com/
View Resource New to Java Programming Center

This Web site offers a large collection of articles and tutorials on the Java programming language. The material is presented in a series of four basic steps, beginning with an overview of the Java platform and common terminology. Several lessons comprise the following section, leading the user through the necessary system setup and some introductory application development issues. The third...

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/newtojava/overview/...
View Resource CNN.com/Technology: Unleash the Beast Inside Your Cell Phone

In a June 13, 2003 news article, a writer from Popular Science magazine discusses the "untapped potential of the cell phone computer." The article focuses on the processing power of Java-enabled cell phones, which are quickly entering the market with, most notably, gaming applications. Cell phones have many more possible uses than just gaming, and the article gives a number of examples as well as...

http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/ptech/06/13/popsci.beast.phone/...
View Resource Testing Java Applets

This collection of Java applets comes from a mathematics professor at Kennesaw State University. Most of the utilities are used to demonstrate graphical representations of different kinds of equations. For example, the Quadratic Functions section contains applets that let the user change the values of the equation's parameters, and the graph is updated to show how the underlying function changes....

http://ksuweb.kennesaw.edu/~plaval//tools/index.html
View Resource JSR 185: Java Technology for the Wireless Industry

This Web site is the homepage of an initiative to create a new Java specification for wireless devices. Several documents are available for public viewing, including the Proposed Final Draft of the specification, which was released on June 4, 2003.

https://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=185
View Resource Java Numerics

The JavaNumerics website "provides a focal point for information on numerical computing in Java." The project is headed by the Java Grande Forum Numerics Working Group, and sponsored by the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division of the NIST Information Technology Laboratory. Reports, presentations and proposed APIs for numerical computing from the JavaNumerics working groups are posted...

http://math.nist.gov/javanumerics/
View Resource Codeacademy

How does one learn how to code? It can be complicated, but Codeacademy lifts the veil on the mystery behind this important modern craft and skill. On the site, visitors can go ahead and get started by typing in their username. After this, visitors can click on the Learn area to find out more about programming for JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and jQuery. An area at the bottom of the main page links to...

https://www.codecademy.com/