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XharveyX:
Hi there,

I have been getting back into Java this past year as we have begun to touch upon it for my second year of uni. I really enjoy programming in Java and I have a good grasp of the basics of and OOP. Flicking around these forums and seeing the skills and knowledge some of you have literally blows my mind. Recently I have been looking around for tutorials and have found some great videos and some great stuff on the web but I was hoping that some of you may be able to give some suggestions/recommendations to some of the places you found best to learn. I know there are some stickies with tutorials but there are a few specific things that I would personally like to cover. I am interested in 2D/3D graphic applications as well as complex applications. So my main questions is what are the best ways to advance my basic knowledge of math and programming so I can actually understand wtf you guys are on about? :L What were you best techniques in improving your skills? I have the time to put into it so books, websites or suggested libraries to look into.

I know this is a bit of an ambiguous question but I will happily look through what you throw at me.

Vain_:
https://forum.moparscape.org/index.php/topic,466237.0.html/

EcoPS GM:

--- Quote from: Vain_ on July 11, 2015, 08:13:33 AM ---https://forum.moparscape.org/index.php/topic,466237.0.html/

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Absolutely not. I just checked the thread out; good in concept - horribly maintained. I tested every link in that thread and these two are the only one's that work:
http://www.oopweb.com/CPP/Documents/ThinkingInCpp2/VolumeFrames.html - Thinking in C++ Volume 2
http://uploading.com/files/get2/NLAF0JI7/1 - VB eBook Part 3
Why that thread is still a sticky is beyond me.

As for OP:
I recommend Oracle's Really Big Index as a basis of learning.

XharveyX:

--- Quote from: EcoPS GM on July 12, 2015, 04:22:17 PM ---
--- Quote from: Vain_ on July 11, 2015, 08:13:33 AM ---https://forum.moparscape.org/index.php/topic,466237.0.html/

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Absolutely not. I just checked the thread out; good in concept - horribly maintained. I tested every link in that thread and these two are the only one's that work:
http://www.oopweb.com/CPP/Documents/ThinkingInCpp2/VolumeFrames.html - Thinking in C++ Volume 2
http://uploading.com/files/get2/NLAF0JI7/1 - VB eBook Part 3
Why that thread is still a sticky is beyond me.

As for OP:
I recommend Oracle's Really Big Index as a basis of learning.

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This is perfect thank you :) Anyone else reading this with good suggestions let me know. As mentioned by EcoPS the sticky link has not been maintained so unfortunately is of no help.

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