[sf-lug] Language tutorial lists

Mark K. Zanfardino mzanfardino at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 10:59:50 PST 2008

Thank you for the quick reply.  The information provided is helpful.  
However, I guess what I'm really seeking is more of the mail list format 
than specific groups or informational sites.  I've been pretty 
successful finding and using a number of tutorial sites.  But what I 
really crave is the mail list similar to what we have here with sf-lug.  
Or more specifically what the python tutorial list 
(http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/tutor) provides.  I find I get 
a lot out of reading what others have questions about and like to have a 
place I can post my questions.

I will keep digging into the suggested sites for the type of list I'm 
seeking - the Oakland Perl Mongers for instance has a mail list.  Maybe 
I can find something in the other suggested links.

If anyone has an list-specific links they care to share I'd love to 
check them out.



Jeff Bragg wrote:
> On Feb 4, 2008 9:53 AM, Mark K. Zanfardino 
> <mark at zanfardinoconsulting.com <mailto:mark at zanfardinoconsulting.com>> 
> wrote:
>     While reading sflug recently I cam across a question posted by t0md
>     asking if anyone was sufficiently skilled with python to assist with
>     some questions.  Jim Stockford was kind enough to put a few links
>     including one to a python tutorial list.  I've subscribed to the list
>     and have found it very informative.
>     My question is: does anyone have links to other fine tutorial
>     lists for
>     any of the following language: php, perl, java and c?  I've been
>     muddling along with each of these and feel it might help me to start
>     reading more information on each of these languages to help flesh
>     out my
>     understanding/skills.  I think there may be others who might
>     benefit as
>     well.
>     Thanks in advance!
>     Cheers!
>     Mark
>  You might try Bruce Eckel's "Thinking In *" series 
> (http://www.mindview.net/Books) for java, c/c++, and python.  For 
> perl, you could try "Picking Up Perl" 
> (http://www.ebb.org/PickingUpPerl/).  For php, you might try W3Schools 
> (http://www.w3schools.com/php/default.asp).
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