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|06-04-2005 01:20 PM|
|06-04-2005 01:18 PM|
|ripken204||my school has QBASIC for 8th grade and for high school were totally pimped out, JAVA,advanced JAVA,HTML,advanced HTML,VisualBasic,Photoshop,Flash|
|06-04-2005 12:27 PM|
your school offers programming courses
im sooo jelous, my school doesnt offer crap, our tech guy prob. couldnt spell windows if i offered him a hundred dollars to.
java is a great programming language, but a bit confusing.
i tought it to myself but that was a while ago, now i know C++ and visual basic.
java is a great way to make web apps tho.
if i were u i'd go for it.
|06-03-2005 03:12 PM|
And here I thought it was coffee...
|06-03-2005 02:44 PM|
|ripken204||i took it this year and i loved it, so much u can do with it, i wouldnt try to learn it over the summer by urself cus u wont get anywhere, just wait till enxt year b/c u'll prolly get some type of library that is made for begginers which will help u get used to java|
|02-19-2005 09:56 AM|
|Mr.N00bLaR||I wish my school offered that. I got to a small High school id be lucky to see like 3-10 people who even know what java is...no the cofee...sad but true lol. My school used to have aprogram like when i was just getting nito middle school..lol.. that was like teaching VB i think and i asked my math teach he said like 3-5 people would take it then less and less so they cancled it..I have afew friends whod prolly liek to learn i wonder if i can get em to make another program lol|
|02-19-2005 07:38 AM|
|02-18-2005 03:11 PM|
It's also a great way to learn how to work around the syntax of a broken language.
I'd suggest that you take Java, not so much because the language is worth anything--which I am convinced that it is certainly not; the write-one-run-anywhere mantra isn't all it's cracked up to be--but because more universities seem to be using Java as an introductory programming language.
|02-18-2005 02:47 PM|
Basically, Java is an object oriented programming language. It is supposed to be platform neutral in that it compiles to "byte code", i.e. not machine code. You need the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on your PC to run Java code. At the enterprise level, you can write server-side code that runs in the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) environment. You can write reusable components called Java Beans. Let's see...I think that's all the buzzwords.
It would definitely be a good class to take. Even if you never use Java again (which probably means you wind up working in a .NET shop instead), it's a great way to learn about object oriented programming.
|02-18-2005 02:32 PM|
here is some tutorials read these first and you might see if you like it
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