Learn Java by camp fire stories

Certainly there are many many ways out there on how to learn a programming language. But did you ever hear about learning a new language by hearing (ie. reading) a camp fire story? No? Sure you didn’t!

The guys of JavaRanch.com try to accomplish just that:

Grab your marshmallows and a stick and gather ’round the campfire for some Java stories. The Ranch writers won’t be winnin’ any literary prizes, that’s fer sure. But ya still might learn a thing or two.

I find this approach very refreshing and I’m sure some of you dealing with certain more technical description will enjoy the casual written, funny illustrated yet informing stories.

So hop on your horse, ride on over to the ranch and give it a read @
JavaRanch Campfire – Getting in Touch with your Inner Class.

About stevie

Born in the north of Germany, raised in Berlin and stayed there since. After graduating, studying applied computer science at the FHTW Berlin (now HTW Berlin), I started my own company with a former fellow student, providing high class application solutions for web and desktop for small and medium companies (see www.jnamic.com (english version to be finished) for more information). My personal favorite programming languages are PHP for the web and Java for everything else - although I must admit Java evolved very much in the past few years. I love to code and build new applications from the scratch, optimizing it through day and night till I am satisfied with it's performance. So follow my articles, share your thoughts and experience with me and have a good time browsing this blog!
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