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Welcome, to this video tutorial and self-assessing series on Java. If you follow the series through, watching the videos, coding, and testing yourself as you go along, you should be a pro, making your own apps in no time.

First, some essentials to get you started: (they are also covered in the video)

Java is object orientated, distributed, portable, dynamic and robust.

1. Download the Java SE >>

2. Next, download Eclipse (you can also use Netbeans or another IDE) here. >>

Nice overview and introdution to Java:
An introduction to Java with all the initial key words:

Useful sites/links lets you copy-and-paste Java code into a web page text box, then compile and run it within your browser alone.

This site enables also you to run Java programs directly in your browser :