|Sent on:||Wednesday, May 16, 2012 8:37 AM|
On Wed,[masked] at 02:58 -0400, Lakhjeet Samra wrote: > Hi guys > > I am non developer, however I am much interested in learning Java, > > I found Open university introductory course "object - oriented Java > Programming M250", starting in September ' to be the best course to > get into learning java, I am enrolling myself for this course, if > anyone interest, you can contact me, for further information, to avoid > paying excessive fees, register before 31 August 2012. > > > Lakhjeet Open University degree courses are generally good, and taking individual courses for which you have the pre-requisites as an associate student can be good. But remember it is hard work. You need self-discipline as most of the work is on your own. Yes there are online tutors and there are regular meetings with tutors, but you have to keep the rhythm going. Open University courses tend though to be slightly behind in the technology presented. This is because creating, auditing and certifying a course is a lengthy business. Courses are updated after each presentation so the problem is not as bad as it could be. Indeed for some infelicities changes get made without going through the full audit cycle, as long as the external reviewers and external examiners are happy. -- Russel. ============================================================================= Dr Russel Winder t: [masked] voip: sip:[address removed] 41 Buckmaster Road m: [masked] xmpp: [address removed] London SW11 1EN, UK w: www.russel.org.uk skype: russel_winder
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