Riccardo Rigon
Java for Hydrologists
Getting started
R.Rigon-IltavolodilavorodiRemowolf
Tuesday, July 16, 13
“Once you understand how
to write a program get
someone else to write it.’
http://www.cs.yale.edu/quotes.html
Tuesday, Jul...
Objectives
Giving information about the Eclipse Java IDE.
Introduction
Usually textbooks on Java start from the command li...
However
Do not forget to know something about Java. This post can be helpful to find
some resources:
http://abouthydrology...
Eclipse
Just look at:
I let Vogel do the job
http://www.vogella.com/eclipseide.html
There you can find whatever you need t...
Self practice
is the solution
Tuesday, July 16, 13
For the moment
I do not talk about other tools, in random order:
•Git (and repositories)
•Ant
•Maven
Reason is that, at th...
Thank you for your attention.
G.Ulrici,2000?
Tuesday, July 16, 13
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  1. 1. Riccardo Rigon Java for Hydrologists Getting started R.Rigon-IltavolodilavorodiRemowolf Tuesday, July 16, 13
  2. 2. “Once you understand how to write a program get someone else to write it.’ http://www.cs.yale.edu/quotes.html Tuesday, July 16, 13
  3. 3. Objectives Giving information about the Eclipse Java IDE. Introduction Usually textbooks on Java start from the command line. It is not a waste of time. However sooner or later you will find yourself using an IDE, a much modern way to interact with programs’ code. So way you should not start using it from the beginning ? Tuesday, July 16, 13
  4. 4. However Do not forget to know something about Java. This post can be helpful to find some resources: http://abouthydrology.blogspot.it/2012/12/a-little-java-library-for- beginners.html Either the book by Bruce Eckel and the book by David J. Eck (see in the post) are a good starting point. I will refer more frequently to the latter book. So probably you have to read it first (at least the first general chapters). Prerequisites Tuesday, July 16, 13
  5. 5. Eclipse Just look at: I let Vogel do the job http://www.vogella.com/eclipseide.html There you can find whatever you need to install it, and instructions to use it. For beginners just reading the first three chapters is sufficient. BTW: Vogel gives also some Java Tutorial ... here: http://www.vogella.com/java.html Tuesday, July 16, 13
  6. 6. Self practice is the solution Tuesday, July 16, 13
  7. 7. For the moment I do not talk about other tools, in random order: •Git (and repositories) •Ant •Maven Reason is that, at the moment, I do not know them either ! But, get prepared to them. Tuesday, July 16, 13
  8. 8. Thank you for your attention. G.Ulrici,2000? Tuesday, July 16, 13
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