- For starters, check out Sun Microsytem's Java Home Page.
- To get the latest Java enabled browser, download Netscape Navigator or the Microsoft Internet Explorer.
- If you want to develop applets yourself, download Sun's Java Development Kit.
- For links to almost every Java resource out there, check out Gamelan (pronounced: Gah' meh lonn).
- For more examples of applets, check out Informatik's example page
- Another fine collection of applets and source is our own Java Boutique.
- A Java reference page is the Java User Resource Network
- Another Java magazine is JavaWorld. Lots of applets, resources, links. Gamelan's going to have a challenge to be the most up to date collection of resources these days.
- For programmers, check out the Java Class Warehouse, a repository of free, reusable user-contributed classes for Java.
- A nice reference for Java books is the Definitive HTML Book List, which features all the Java books released so far, as well as almost every Web related book in existence.
- If you're looking for Java resources in the UK, check out the Java Centre
- Ensure success in Java Certification with Whizlabs
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