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I picked this Java course from Edureka  I'm now rethinking that decision.  My goal was to find a course that would give me a certification of some type quickly. The videos are good enough I suppose and the support is good, email is responsive.  Unfortunately, the course requires Eclipse which cannot be installed at work.  In fact, I had planned on using one of the websites below to resolve that issue but only the one at the top works well.

What I had hoped for initially is that I would be able to collaborate in real-time but that option appears limited.  Assistance in finding other options for getting through the course without Eclipse is greatly appreciated. - java and other high level stuff, sharing unclear 11-16-14  << most plausible option - java, web, and database tutorials, some components may be blocked, lots of example syntax 11-16-14 - logged in via github, css, html, javascript, sharing unclear 11-16-14 << possible but javascript only - signups through google, github, etc is diabled but reports to have sent a reset link to 11-16-14 - login through github is nice, doesn't support ie but working on it 11-16-14 - let's you login, then nothing 11-16-14
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