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Which books should i read beside sololearn?

Hi guys I am having fun using this app , and I want to have more knowledge . So should I read some other books if should, then which should I read . Suggest . Thanks...

30th Dec 2016, 3:58 AM
Ram chandra Giri
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18th Mar 2017, 8:10 AM
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Try Deitel
30th Dec 2016, 8:39 AM
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Given the fact that the sharpest of your weapons is Java, I would suggest you to read the "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel. Not only is it complete and comprehensive, but also full of clear and direct examples, as well as tasks to challenge you. Thinking in Java explains the why of Java: Why it was designed the way it was, why it works the way it does, why it sometimes doesn’t work, why it’s better than C++, why it’s not. Despite the book being a bit dated, it covers a whole lot of concepts that never get old.
31st Jan 2017, 5:59 PM
Maxim Remyga
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I'm reading "Head first Java", if you want to learn this language, the book is very practical and fun! :D
25th Feb 2017, 3:43 AM
Diana Quinteros G
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Thinking Java
9th Mar 2017, 5:25 PM
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Baloney I think first you should complete any course of your choice from this app along with implementing the code shown, then try reading mentioned book , then again revisit the course , but never stop coding that's the main thing.
3rd Jan 2017, 12:47 PM
Ram chandra Giri
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yeah i found deitel book and even head first . Will definately make time to study these books.
10th Jan 2017, 2:18 AM
Ram chandra Giri
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you must join codeacademy.com its more better than sololearn in terms of teaching a language
22nd Feb 2017, 3:01 AM
Ronit Kumar
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Deitel- Internet & world wide web How to Program written by H.M. Deitel, P.J Deitel &T.R Nieto.
18th Jan 2017, 9:52 AM
Danstan Ongubo
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@Mushtaque Deitel is writer name, you can search Deitel java book in google.
20th Feb 2017, 11:48 AM
Ram chandra Giri
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thanks Remmae I will look for it
30th Dec 2016, 10:49 AM
Ram chandra Giri
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hello Gabriel if you have answer please do share. And @Asghar same question has been asked in community please do check that.
4th Feb 2017, 12:38 PM
Ram chandra Giri
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"Principles and practices using C++ second edition" made by sir Stroustrup Bjarne, creator of C++. Very good book for even the people that don't know a thing about programming.
11th Feb 2017, 10:33 AM
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Anything from the O'REILLY collection.
10th Jan 2017, 8:19 PM
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Sergio it's nothing bad just roaming in QA thread you get high knowledge. And sorry if i didn't reply earlier I was very busy.
23rd Jan 2017, 1:42 PM
Ram chandra Giri
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Give me the email adress i have the content. I will email you 😊
28th May 2017, 7:33 AM
Anmol Agarwal
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introduction to java programming ...8th edition
30th Dec 2016, 7:41 PM
nour alhamedi
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Head fast java
31st Dec 2016, 10:07 AM
Desh2015 Mukh
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well u can refer to The Complete Reference for Java and the same for C++. These are easily available online as e books on a simple Google search.And these books go in real depth of the language so make sure you are up to it. You can also refer to Javatpoint.com. I personally prefer the latter as it helps to keep up my enthusiasm. The book is in more depth for sure.
2nd Jan 2017, 1:33 AM
Mihir Hindocha
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for web development i suggest www.w3schools.com front end and backend step by step tuts this was my favourite andstill use it for reference
11th Jan 2017, 11:49 AM