I have a (second) interview for a job next week. They do real-time transaction-based (stuff) for (clients) nationwide.
I'd like to take some initiative and be able to show I can learn Java, maybe even be able to talk about real-time transactions, but that's secondary.
I have over a decade of programming experience, mostly on a Microsoft stack - ASP, C#, .Net, SQLServer, IIS - you get the idea.
So I don't need to know what a for loop is or why you would use conditionals.
I need the "quick, I need to be able to speak/read/find errors in/modify Java code" version of a tutorial.
(Company) is currently using Sun for their OS and DB2 for database, but are in the process of migrating to AIX+mysql.
I'd rather avoid having to install Linux(save it, just don't want to try to learn more than I need *for now*) if I can.
So, who knows a good tutorial for Java for experienced programmers?
Yes, I know Google. My GoogleFu is strong. Just hoping for some GWJer insight/filtering.