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URGENT: Java Crash Course

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I am programmer who up until now has programmed within a Windows environment using C# and SQL.

I have been granted an interview for a programmer position with a university.  The university operates under unix based platforms (probably linux), using Java and Oracle.

While I am confident that I can make the transition, I want to get a head start and begin teaching myself before I get to the interview.

Specifically, I need to know where to get started.  What application should I use to write my Java code?  Which OS should I be developing on?  What version of Oracle can I download for testing?  Where can I go for tutorials?

Keep in mind this is in a university setting, so whatever you think might be in use by a university is probably best.

C# is a lot like Java, so I don't need anything super easy.

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