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General Discussion

What is the best place to learn OOP?

Hi there

Anyone knows a good online resource to learn OOP programming? even if it is not free.

I heard about Codeacademy but I'm not sure about it.

Not too sure myself but i think Stackoverflow would be a good place to ask the question, a lot more people are more likely to see the question. Plus i think the audience on stackoverflow would be more OOP based than here.

Good Luck

Also stackoverflow has an OOP tag

2 Answers

It might be easier to learn OOP by learning an OOP language, like Java or C++. Along that journey you'll learn OOP. I think learning OOP alone might be more difficult, since that would be all theoretical anyways.

That's right. Sure I want to learn it with an OOP language not alone.

Ruby is a blissful language to learn OOP. This website teaches Ruby and OOP concepts in the same place.