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#1 15yearoldCoder   User is offline

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 10:05 PM

Wow, its been a while since I've been on the forums (almost a year I think) but anyways I turned 16 two days ago so my username is kinda wack but I get to the point. Since I have been on the forums, I have learnt more lanugages etc. But today I was given a task for an after school group that I'm in called BPA(Business Professionals of America) and basically you take part in events blah blah blah. The events I was given were JAVA programming and VB.Net programming. Of course I know C#, HTML, CSS, and Javascript but I have no idea where to start with JAVA and VB.Net. My dilemma is basically this: I have to learn as much as I can about JAVA and VB.Net in 2 months and I need some resources. I found thenewboston.com which is a very helpful site. He has 200 tutorials on VB.Net alone and about 300 on JAVA. I know that is alot but I tend to get through things fast and I was wondering if anyone knows any other sites on learning the languages or tips on learning these languages. So yeah basically I need resources, tips, and a little help on learning JAVA and VB.Net. Any help will be appreciated.

P.S I have been programming in Haskell lately

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#2 DimitriV   User is offline

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Re: Back to programming

Posted 31 October 2011 - 10:40 PM

What about the vb tuorials?-
http://www.dreaminco...showforum92.htm
and the Java ones:
http://www.dreaminco...showforum50.htm
and the forums and snippet pages

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Re: Back to programming

Posted 31 October 2011 - 10:54 PM

For Java, Have a look at Getting Better at Programming in Java thread, this will give a good way to go with a lot of recommended tutorials.

About Vb.Net, have a look at our Vb.Net Resource blog. You may find a lot of resources and links to get you started.
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Re: Back to programming

Posted 31 October 2011 - 11:12 PM

Or look here: http://www.dreaminco...wtopic17947.htm
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