What can i use to prepare for my upcoming college level Java Data Structures and Algorithms class?
I'm studying Java at City College of San Francisco. This coming semester im taking CS111C Data Structures And Algorithms. I have never passed a class without knowing the material before hand. I need reliable books, hands on coding tutorials etc. I don't learn anything simply from watching videos. I have roughly a month to learn as much as i can. I'm already familiar with basic java and OOP.
12/20/2017 9:07:23 AMCh Pe
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I'm looking through these. Many of these i am already familiar with. *w3schools.com doesn't have Java or Data Structures and Algorithms. *freecodecamp.org doesn't have Java or Data Structures and Algorithms. It only has webdesign tutorials. *stackoverflow.com is good for cheating on homework. *App Academy doesn't teach Java. They teach Data Structures in Ruby but i would need to sign up and go to their academy. I'm thinking about doing Udemy. I bought some courses from them in the past. Never got around to actually doing them. I am going through all of these to see what i can do.