Learning Java™. THIRD EDITION. Patrick Niemeyer and Jonathan Knudsen. Beijing • Cambridge • Farnham • Köln • Sebastopol • Taipei • Tokyo. Learning Javaprovides an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to the programming language that has changed the way we think about computing. Java. Learning Java has ratings and 10 reviews. Julio said: I once said that it’s not just Patrick Niemeyer,. Jonathan Knudsen. · Rating details · ratings.
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And years later I find myself wondering why I thought some of this was so hard to comprehend. References to this book Communicating Process Architectures Newer Post Older Post Home. They also build a really strong case for why Java is a “good” or “productive” language, taking the time to talk about its philosophy, the language design choices, and other underpinnings e.
Learning Java is the most widely sought introduction to the programming language that’s changed the way we think about computing. Welch Snippet view – Common terms and phrases Animal applet appletviewer application args argument array Bean BeanShell boolean browser buffer button jav called catch Chapter character class files classpath client color compiler components constructor contains content handler create declared default knudssen document double buffering element encoding Enterprise JavaBeans event example Figure font Hashtable HotJava implements import java.
Having several chapters on setting up the scaffolding that is needed for every Java project is something that some places seem to gloss over as easy especially if the IDE does it for youbut makes this book a handy reference. To ask other readers questions about Learning Javaplease sign up. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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Friday, February 27, Mini-Review: Table Of Content Preface 1. It would have been better if he did not include these sections at all because he frankly started loosing creditability here. One of the things that I really appreciated about the text and have seen mentioned in many other reviews is that it is not a guide to basic syntax or computer programming fundamentals.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: JP Gil rated it liked it Jan 06, The title and cover design of this book don’t suggest that, however, my feeling is they suggest that this is a beginner’s book.
This book is an excellent introduction to the language for someone interested in finding out what Java has to offer as a programming language. Per Magne Kirkhus rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Save on Textbooks, Education Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days.
Beyond assuming that the reader is a programmer, it also assumes familiarity with object oriented language concepts.
I don’t know anyone programming in Swing, and we got basically half a chapter on servlets. And then a chapter on applets. But in the advertise role of learning how to use Java, I’m still skeptical.
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I am currently reading this book and find it too advanced for beginners. Individuals looking for more detailed coverage of fewer topics should look elsewhere. Mirza Waheed rated it really liked it May 13, It comprehensively addresses important topics such as web applications, servlets, and XML that are increasingly driving enterprise applications. Learning Java provides an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to the programming language that has changed the way we think about computing.
For those looking to learn Java, O’ Reillythe publishers of Java in a Nutshell, have a iava book. What didn’t I like? Books by Patrick Niemeyer. Next are several chapters on setting up your machine to develop and run Java.
I was specially interested in the discussions on Generics and Threads, as I had not used them before. Learning Java3rd Edition addresses all of the important uses of Java, such as web applications, servlets, and XML that are increasingly driving enterprise applications.
While I applaud that this is required, it somewhat gives a lie to the idea that Java is a simple write one run everywhere tool. A learnin things jump out: Wilson rated it really liked it Dec 26, Crowds too much into too few stand-alone example programs.