November 27, 2007
I had read about MIT’s OpenCourseWare some time ago, but I had never followed up on the knowledge. Last night, in a fit of inspiration, I did a Google search and then started browsing the course offerings. After just a few minutes I settled on MIT 6.092, which is an introduction to Java Programming.
Although I have been involved in object-oriented programming, as well as object-orient analysis and design, for the past ten years, I am not a proficient Java developer. I get by, but I don’t consider myself a Java coder. I want to change that. So, MIT 6.092, to be followed by 6.170. And maybe <a href=http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Electrical-Engineering-and-Computer-Science/6-171Fall2003/CourseHome/index.htm” title=”Software Engineering for Web Applications”>6.171</a>.
You are never too old to learn new tricks.