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Introduction to Java and OOA/OOD for Web Applications

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Introduction to Java and OOA/OOD for Web Applications
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Publisher: DevDaily.com

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This text is a training material about the Java Programming Language and Object-Oriented Programming methods. From the table of contents: Object-Oriented Software Development; The Java Programming Language; Standard Libraries and Server-side Programming; Databases, Best Practices, and Final Project.

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