I am attempting to learn Java Coding for plugins myself, but I am finding myself more and more frustrated with the lack of material I need to learn properly. There are a lot of 'walls of text' out there explaining things and how they work or could work. And a few with almost just as much text with some visuals here and there... While I don't mind reading at all, and infact I'll read something over and over again just trying to understand it if I don't quite get it the first 5 times... T.T I cannot retain the information given to me just by a paragraph alone, and the examples I've seen that go along with this mini-walls make no sense to me despite reading and re-reading, or plugging them into my own Eclipse to see what sort of whatever may come up.. Which by the way, all I get are errors in Eclipse when even just copy and pasting their examples of "working code".. Are their any tutorials out there that provide a balance between step by step instruction/explanation of code terms and their use, as well as visuals? I even have this "Java for Dummies" book here I keep re-reading pages of, and I'm getting more and more discouraged because I cannot understand anything. If I cannot manage to find a way to learn Java myself, I may just have to hire someone to code a few plugins for me. And if that is the case, is there anyone who would be interested in that and how much would it cost me?