[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☁ Learning Java Author Patrick Niemeyer – Anguillais.us

Learning Java Version 5.0 Of The Java 2 Standard Edition SDK Is The Most Important Upgrade Since Java First Appeared A Decade Ago With Java 5.0, You Ll Not Only Find Substantial Changes In The Platform, But To The Language Itself Something That Developers Of Java Took Five Years To Complete The Main Goal Of Java 5.0 Is To Make It Easier For You To Develop Safe, Powerful Code, But Non

[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☁ Learning Java  Author Patrick Niemeyer – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 980 pages
  • Learning Java
  • Patrick Niemeyer
  • English
  • 10 March 2018
  • 0596008732

    10 thoughts on “[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☁ Learning Java Author Patrick Niemeyer – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I once said that it s not just the matter of wanting to learn something, there is also the matter of wanting to teach.The problem here is that the book doesn t seem interested in the second.I mean, sure, it s nice that you go through all the classes, but is it necessary Is this teaching Not to me.Either focus on how things work and how to pick things, but going over and over and over over everything is tiring and not helpful Not to mention there is a lot of things said twice or evenI once said that it s not just the matter of wanting to learn something, there is also the matter of wanting to teach.The prob...


  2. says:

    This is an excellent text I learnt a lot about Java in the first 200 pages, but in the end I found reading about each library, without the seasoning of a real project, too much So this is one book that I am marking as read that I have not literally read from cover to cover


  3. says:

    Short version of what may turn into a longer review Overall a good introduction to the Java language and its standard library I quipped throughout that the book was as verbose as the language, but this is a good natured jab, especially considering that the authors have done an excellent job in organizing and presenting the material, and in showing good concrete examples.The book itself covers Java through version 1.7 One of the things that I really appreciated abo...


  4. says:

    I remember using an earlier edition of this book to learn Java many years ago I even used Java for writing simulations as part of my thesis Since then, since I generally do scientific and technical computing, I have generally used Python and R linked with C, C , and Fortran libraries instead of Java But I have used languages on the Java Virtual Machine Jython and Clojure and I probably need a refresher on how the JVM works This book does give a good overview of all of the scaffolding that I remember using an earlier edition of this book to learn Java many years ago I even used Java for writing simulations as part of my thesis Since then, since I generally do scientific and technical computing, I have generally used Python and R linked with C, C , and Fortran libraries instead of Java But I have used languages on the Java Virtual Machine Jython and Clojure and I probably need a refresher on how the JVM works This book does give a good overview of all of the scaffolding that goes along with programming in Java, but its focus on the language proper and web and GUI programming in particular leaves me wondering how to get real things done with it.The first part of the book is what seems to be the standard first chapter of almost all programming books nowadays, a argument of why to use Java While some things like the safety aspects of the JVM ring true, when he talks about the various dynamic languages he gets some basic facts wrong and mis characterizes how these l...


  5. says:

    This books covers everything I skipped out on the Swing chapters so I can t speak on those The author did the best job I have seen so far in regards to explaining inheritance, polymorphism, and class design He does a great job with File I O and data streams and since this is the new edition he also appended an interesting section on the new java.nio package working with channels I read the popular Core Java book before this one and came to this to get a different authors explanation in obj This books covers everything I skipped out on the Swing chapters so I can t speak on those The author did the best job I have seen so far in regards to explaining inheritance, polymorphism, and class design He does a great job with File I O and data streams and since this is the new edition he also appended an interesting section on the new java.nio package working with channels I read the popular Core Java book before this one and came to this to get a different authors explanation in object or...


  6. says:

    Learning Java Fourth Edition is book for Java practitioner as reference book This covers lot of topics This is an excellent book for someone who knows basics of programming This book is not beginners This book lacks examples and exercises which may disappoint few people Book has 24 chapters covering almost all of basic Java The chapter one talks about historical aspects Second chapter is brief introduction of java but it assumes that reader is aware of programming, OOP, threading etc wh Learning Java Fourth Edition is book for Java practitioner as reference book This covers lot of topics This is an excellent book for someone who knows basics of programming This book is not beginners This book lacks examples and exercises which may disappoint few people Book has 24 chapters covering almost all of basic Java The chapter one talks about historical aspects Second ...


  7. says:

    More pedagogical explanation than tutorial, Learning Java s light touch and lucid writing does a good job of refreshing Java into the mind of one who once knew it better I went with the edition that covered...


  8. says:

    Part of my skills recovery plan..I could not believe how into this book I got Really enjoying thinking about old concepts in new ways And years later I find myself wondering why I thought some of this was so hard to comprehend Guess that s what happens when you are learning in the middl...


  9. says:

    Excellent book.Complete book about java tecnhology.

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