Kursen har två kursböker:

För kursens inledande del :

Java: How to Program (3rd Edition/ 4th Edition) (helst 4:e upplagan)
Deitel and Deitel
ISBN 0-13-034151-7

Kursens senare del:

Data Structures and Algorithms in Java (2nd Edition)
M.T. Goodrich and R. Tamassia
ISBN 0-471-38367-8

Kursbunt med

Introduktion till Unixanvändning på Nada eller "Krama din dator!"

Mårten Svantesson et al

Häfte med inledande webb-material

Programmen i Deitel&Deitel finns på /info/inda01/deitel

När man skriver program för hemuppgifterna skall SUNs Java Coding Conventions följas.

(SUN är det företag som lanserat Java-språket.)

 Här är några länkar med kommentarer som rekomenderades av den tidigare kuirsledaren:

 The Java 2 Documentation Page

This page contains pointers to the complete set of official Java documentation. This includes the complete language definition as well as an infinitely gory detailed description of the Java API. There is also a pointer to an excellent Java tutorial as well as to a page listing a variety of on-line Java courses that you can work through. There are many other goodies to numerous to mention. Have fun browsing through the available material on your own!

 Java World Magazine

This is one of the best Java magazines available anywhere and it is absolutely free! It contains a wealth of practical programming tips and news about the latest Java developments. Once again, there are many other goodies too numerous to mention. This is a magazine that you should be looking through on a regular basis.

 CNET Computer News Network

This is a general computer news site. It is one of the best around. It is not too early in your carriers to start becoming familiar with the industsry that you will eventually enter. Information is power - being informed makes you more powerful! So, learn to keep yourself informed. This is a site you should spend a few mintutes each day (well, OK, maybe every other day) browsing through.

 Computer Sweden

Here is your chance to read (in Swedish) computer industry news that is local to Sweden. Computer Sweden also exists as a weekly newspaper - but that is not free and this is! Highly recommended.