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5 best open source board games to play online
Board games have seen a resurgence in recent years, and Linux has a good range of board games to choose from. There is a credible implementation of Catan called Pioneers. But for my favourite implementations of classic board games to play online, check out the recommendations below.

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Chandler
Chandler is intended to be an open source personal information manager for email, calendars, contacts, tasks, and general information management, as well as a platform for developing information management applications. It is currently under development and will run on Windows, Mac, and Linux-based PC's. Read more

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  • AI Search Techniques in Java
    shows you how to apply simple AI search techniques in Java. Includes two sample applets for a depth-first and breadth-first search
  • Brewing Java: A Tutorial
    this tutorial has grown into a book called The Java Developer's Resource, available now from Prentice Hall
  • Computer Science I, using Java
    these notes cover most of a beginning course in computer science using Java. They assume no background in programming. You will learn the fundamentals of Java if you go through these notes
  • Don't Fear the Oop!
    Don't Fear the Oop! is a java tutorial that shows you why Coding Java (or any other object-oriented programming) is just like writing a trashy Western novel.
  • Getting started with Java
    this tutorial will introduce you to Java programming. You'll compile and run your very own Java application, using Sun's Java Development Kit
  • Introducing Java (TM) - Your First Applet
    introduces the Java(TM) programming language through the study of this useful applet. You will learn how a Java enabled browser controls the flow of work in an applet. You will learn how to build a simple graphical user interface and how to handle user initiated events like pressing a button. You will learn how to read data into an applet and how to parse this data
  • Introduction to Programming Using Java
    the on-line textbook for Computer Science 124: Introductory Programming, a course that was taught in the Fall term of 1998, at Hobart and William Smith Colleges by David Eck (email: eck@hws.edu). The course is an introductory course on the theory and techniques of programming, using Java as the language of instruction
  • Java101
    an introduction to programming in Java
  • Swing: A Quick Tutorial for AWT Programmers
    aimed at getting Java programmers who already know the AWT going as quickly as possible in Swing. "Swing" refers to the new library of GUI controls (buttons, sliders, checkboxes, etc.) that replaces the somewhat weak and inflexible AWT controls
  • The Java Language Environment
    a White paper from Sun that includes an introduction to Java, main features of Java, objects, security, multithreading and more
  • The Java Tutorials
    The Java Tutorials are practical guides for programmers who want to use the Java programming language to create applications. They include hundreds of complete, working examples, and dozens of lessons. Groups of related lessons are organized into "trails".
  • Thinking in Java
    this book by Bruce Eckel discusses programming problems, why they are problems, and the approach Java has taken to solve them



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