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Java Tutorials:  Although many on-line tutorials you need to pay for the ones which we have selected for you are entirely free. Some of these Java tutorials are certification related and others just handy reference guides. More Java resources and Java tutorials

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GoTo : CGI & Perl Tutorial
The goal of this tutorial is to guide you through programming useful applications in Perl. You will learn how to use Perl for processing HTML forms and adding interaction to web sites. This tutorial is also designed to be helpful for people with little or no programming knowledge.
GoTo : The Java Tutorial
The Java Tutorial Object-Oriented Programming for the Internet is a practical, online guide to writing programs in the Java language. This is the online version of The Java Tutorial by Mary Campione.
GoTo : The Java Tutorial - A practical guide for programmers
The lessons in this trail give a quick introduction to Java programming. They tell you what Java is and provide you with an opportunity to compile and run some simple Java programs. Finally, they give you the background knowledge you need to understand how the programs work.
GoTo : Shlurrrpp......Java
Billed as "The first user-friendly tutorial on Java" this tutorial brings you lots of useful information, together with many other useful Java links and applets.
GoTo : Java Optimization
How to optimize your Java programs so that they're faster, smaller, and more maintainable. This is really much more for those already familiar with Java, but introduces some useful ideas and information, which may well be of use for those wih some Java experience.
GoTo : Brewing Java: A Tutorial
This tutorial has grown into a book called The Java Developer's Resource, available now from Prentice Hall. The examples and exercises from that book are also online here and may be of use, even if you don't buy the book.
GoTo : Java Programming...From the Grounds Up
In this first half of a two-part tutorial on Java applet development, the essentials of Java's components are explored. These include how Java development tools relate to each other and, most importantly, how they are used to provide content that executes on the client side instead of on your server.
GoTo : The Java Programming Tutorial
An excellent tutorial, with particular reference to classes, threads, and applets, written by Mark Reynolds, and brought to you by Web Developer. This is well worth the visit, and has many other Java links too.
GoTo : Getting Started With Java
Here's a sort of starter kit for newcomers to Java -- a route through Sun's Java web site for teaching yourself Java and for writing applets and applications as soon as possible. This also provides a link to the tutorial entitled "The Java Tutorial - A practical guide for programmers", as listed above.
GoTo : Bjorn's Java Network Tutorial
Teach yourself Java networking in twenty-one hours. Is this a little optimistic we wonder ? Well, only one way to find out and that's to pay this site a visit. An easy to follow tutorial, we're sure that you'll not leave empty handed.
GoTo : AFJ Tutorial
The Apple Flavored Java Tutorial was written to teach people Java from the beginning. It will take the reader from a very basic knowledge of Java through graphics, threads, and user interfaces. All source code is provided and demonstrations of provided applets are hotlinked from the chapters.
GoTo : Drawing Textured Spheres With Java
This article is about developing a Java applet that draws textured Easter eggs. The textures are just a tile pattern built from a straightforward mathematical function of sines and cosines. Probably not suitable for the average beginner, but the more experienced Java programmer will find it interesting.
GoTo : An Introduction to Java
This tutorial helps you to rapidly master the simple steps required to create Java applets. If you already know C++ then learning Java is particularly painless. (source: www.devcentral.iftech.com)
GoTo : Custom Class Loaders Using Java
In this article you'll create a custom class loader and use it to load and execute new classes dynamically. Excellent tutorial, written by Kelly Campbell, which is well worth the visit but may be just a little beyond beginners.
GoTo : Thread Synchronization in Java
"In this article, my goal is to discuss some of the problems I have seen and helped debug in multi-threaded Java code. I will start by demonstrating the most common form of the problem, and then move into the different techniques you can use in the Java language to solve and prevent multi-threading bugs. In addition, I will show you how to create true multi-threading applications in Java using a little-known feature hidden in the Object class." - Christopher McGee
GoTo : Applets at Javapplets.com
Javapplets.com offers a wide variety of Java applets for download, evaluation and purchase. Applets include: tickers, menus, special effects and more.
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Java Book - Show Details Beginning Java 2 - by Ivor Horton
Beginning Java 2 is one of the two best introductory Java 2 books available. (The other is Peter van der Linden's Just Java 1.2.) Assuming nothing more than curiosity and tenacity, this book explains how to create programs with the Java programming language. And not just simple, academic programs either--the applets and applications that Ivor Horton describes in later chapters take advantage of the latest features of Java 2, including Java2D graphics and database connectivity.
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GoTo : Optimize it ! 
Optimizeit 3.0 Professional gives you the most comprehensive and accurate information on how your Java programs use CPU and memory. Check out what makes Optimizeit 3.0 professional the leader in Java performance profiling.
GoTo : ZDU 
Join ZDU as a Free Member today and you get continuing access to at least 10 online courses at any time, at no extra cost. With more than 150 courses to choose from in a wide range of computing subjects there is something here for everyone.
GoTo : JavaWorld Topical Index 
Quickly navigate JavaWorld's rich archives with our Topical Index! Now you can access the information you need based on topics like How-Tos and Tutorials, Security, APIs, JDK, and many others.
GoTo : Perl for Win32 
Perl for Win32 is ActiveState's port of most of the functionality found in Perl, with the addition of extra Win32 API specific calls that allow you to take advantage of Windows specific functionality. Runs on Win 95 and Win NT 3.5 and later.
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GoTo : AceFTP from Visicom Media 
AceFTP is a great program that allow users to transfer files from their system to an Internet Server. AceFTP includes advanced options, such as connecting to several servers at the same time and an integrated browser to view all your files.

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