Originally Posted by CubeRtRoN
The problem with random programming tutorial is that there is no flow. Meaning that you should know this before reading the tutorial and after the tutorial you can do this stuff , that is why I am looking for a book .
i totally agree with that. that's why 02geek.com is all about from start to end videos taking students step by step with exams interaction and live support when you get stuck. some people don't need/want videos so books is a good option.
i know some developers here will say no don't pay for something that is free but the reality is the quality of free material usually isn't the same or its isolated and assumes to many assumptions on the user. the hard part is not the content its all free online out there. its how you organize it to make it easy(and some times hard) on the learner. you should check them out if you log in with facebook they automatically set your account to be 100% free for the day.
i think the biggest problem with books is the same its easy to not really understand something and move on - its impossible on a site like 02geek and if you read a book on top of it that's just smart thinking. its never good to relay on one source to learn but to relay on one source for your learning path isn't a bad idea!
I'm using them and extremely happy (I'm even working for them part time as i can't afford the membership so they gave me a discount and in return i help out where ever i can).