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Java Learning Path

Java Learning Path

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HI

Am a Database developer, interedted in learning Java
Starting with core but for complete application development can someone provide me the order i need to go through


Thanks in advance

 

RE: Java Learning Path

My first advice is that in database design (ERD) the references are directed from the "Foreign key" towards the "Primary key".

In Java program design (O-O) the navigation is reversed, so that such one-to-many relations are accessed by calls on the elements of a collection from the object that aggregates them.

Beware, there are no "objects" in database design (only entries recorded in relational tables). The philosophy of data records doesn't allow for real entities - there are only the attributes.

Keep on with Java, in which objects can send messages to each other just as actual entities do - in the real world,

Regards, Jim.

 

RE: Java Learning Path

Hi again Maggie,

Last year I was tutoring students who had the same problem.
Ticking the email notification box,

Jim.

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