Coming up to speed in Java

My promotion from Research Assistant to Research Support Officer brings new responsibilities. One of them is support the development team. So, I decided to ‘refresh’ my Java skills (I haven’t used Java for the last year!) and so I just installed Eclipse and searched for resources to get up to speed!

A good starting point is Oracle Java Documentation. Other resources include:

Online Books

First results in Google Search includes:

Coursera Java Courses

Coursera Search: Java

Sample of Courses available and starting between September 2015 and December 2015:

  • Initiation à la programmation (en Java) – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Started)
  • Object Oriented Programming in Java – UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (Course starts September 15, 2015)
  • Java Programming: Solving Problems with Software – DUKE UNIVERSITY (Course starts October 2015)
  • Java Programming: Arrays, Lists and Structured Data – DUKE UNIVERSITY (Course starts November 2015)
  • Advanced Data Structures in Java – UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (Course starts November 2015)
  • Java Programming: Principles of Software Design – DUKE UNIVERSITY (Course starts December 2015)

Just Search them in the Catalog!

Youtube Java

Always handy to check youtube. Some examples:

Java Cheatsheet:

A quick search in Google shows multiple options. For example:

Sure, there are other interesting documents and resources freely available. This is just a starting point!