Online courses on programming in Java?


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Hello. I was approached for advice a friend who is determined to learn to code. Since we have in no courses, no, he is counting on distance learning. The choice fell on Java, this will not discuss, because it may be holivar:) Some basic knowledge he has (at the level of understanding of standard constructs like if,when,for).

So, I've spent a lot of time to search for such courses in the Internet, but never found anything worthwhile — in most cases, offers more like either a hoax, or they are somehow not serious described, formed with unfounded and everyone has different prices.


I hope someone from visitors Habrahabr faced with a similar problem or just knows where there are good courses. I would be very grateful.
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intuit to help you
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goo.gl/zCVPf really expensive but I think worth it.
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That I do not understand these courses. People who ask a question why you need it, if you did not reached the solution of the question, and you immediately suggested that it is a dead end road for me, anything that can't teach. The literature on Java huge number, take read, do a real program, he solves problems — this will give invaluable experience. And so all chewed told... I don't believe like that.
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Taco is a wonderful podcaster-программистНаJava as Bud ("Sun Microsystems has nominated and awarded him the title of Java Champion — a little more than 100 people in the world have this title."). Here he gathers a group to conduct a course on java + Flex. All the details in his podcast bit.ly/i4JjcD. Here is a link to the reg www.eventbrite.com/event/1148096989
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"During this 2-month online workshop, you will learn how to develop both client and server applications in the Java programming language."
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Hardcore version for understanding the best practices of programming (this is just with regard to patterns and architecture) is to begin to deal with some popular open source software. There is in most cases well designed, so will have to learn... but it's a pretty hard way)
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