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Java’s simple, versatile construction has made it one of the most popular programming languages on the planet for decades now. Its adaptability makes it a go-to for experienced coders, yet it remains one of the most straight-forward languages to learn for first-time coders.

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Fundamentals of Java Programming – a $125 value
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Introduction to Java Programming for Online Learners – a $200 value
Hands-on, practical examples walk you through Java projects from simple to super advanced.

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