Books I Am Reading Now on Algorithms, etc.
The reason I decided to read this book, right now, is that I am struggling with the Free Code Camp Bonfires and need a kind of boost.
Fast-moving Reintroduction to Java
So we are going over Java basics in class. I need to read chapter 2, but I am pretty sure I know about variables and all that jazz. Just seems we are going breakneck into the parts of programming everyone in that class knows and I am just scared that I may miss something. 
I will probably read chapter 2 again tonight. This is just intro stuff rehashed. Don’t know why I am so scared about the pace. If he was going over JFrame and GUIs this fast I’d probably fall out of my chair…
- I have yet to download the code samples from O’Reilly’s website: the book was published in 2014 so I am sure there are updates to the code in the author’s Github. ↩
- You can use these tips and tools in every programming language. It’s a best practice for programmers in general. ↩
- Lacking confidence in my abilities but I know I am getting better. I can look at code and just know it’s too verbose, needs to broken up. Just knowing things don’t look right is half the battle. ↩