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by Patrick Niemeyer,Jonathan Knudsen

eBook Learning Java download ISBN: 1600330010
Author: Patrick Niemeyer,Jonathan Knudsen
Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 3rd ed. edition (May 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 856
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Category: Technologies
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Comments: (7)
Xcorn
I purchased this book while taking the 2nd semester of a Intro to Object Oriented Programming Class at UNM. The main reason for the purchase is that the textbook for the class was inadequate to answer my questions as I studied for the course and I was looking for a good overall Java text to help cover the course material. I found an earlier version of this book in the library at UNM and liked what I saw so I purchased it from Amazon. Basically, this book does a great job covering just about all aspects of Java and is a great reference book for anyone learning about Java and Object Oriented Programming. It provides good examples as well, which a student really needs to help understand the concepts. My only criticism is that, because Java is such a rich language, a book this size (it's a large book!) cannot adequately cover the many different aspects with more than a few examples. Also, this is not meant to be a text book in the usual sense of the word in that there are no exercises and problems at the end of each chapter for the student to work through that would give added proficiency. Other than that I highly recommend this as a reference for anyone learning Java. Finally, I wish that people who write such books would put more comments ( ..//<comment>} in the example codes they use. Every text book I've looked at in Java seems to have this problem. I guess they do this because there is not a lot of room to add such comments but it sure would help.
Uickabrod
Hi guys,

The book is pretty good so far - I like the way windowed programming is introduced at the get go instead of the console. I am not new to programming and I am familiar with C++, Linux scripts, PHP and Perl. I don't think it's an introduction to programming itself but is a good introduction to Java (if you already understand programming). The only qualm I have with this book (and almost every other book) is when they start a new concept, the author should set expectations first, introduce the code then follow it with a detailed explanation. This book does the last two well. You might want to brush up on Object Oriented Design and Programming before studying this book in earnest. Overall - money well spent.

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Nargas
I got it earlier than expected ....still reading it..it has been helpful though
Morad
Excellent book for who ever is trying to expand their Java knowledge. My copy was s little outdated but still very useful for sure.
Cobandis
As someone who had absolutely no experience with any kind of programming (including C++), I think this book does a nice job of breaking down java projects into manageable segments. I appreciate that the book uses Eclipse programs, because it is not too hard to figure out. I would recommend this to someone who would like to learn Java using Eclipse.
Manemanu
Excellent reference and learning tool.
Nightscar
I fell in love with this book from the start. I was tired of programming command line c++, and I dont feel ready for GUI programming in c++ just yet. I was looking for a book that would introduce gui programming. This book did just that. the first chapter introduces GUI programming from the start with a hello Java program that only spans about 10 lines! And , for being a beginning Java programmer, I have to say GUI programming in java is quite trivial, the way it should be.

I will definitely advise using this book with a refrence book like Java How to Program, 7th Edition by Harvey M. Deitel and Paul J. Deitel . Also if you havent done any c++ before but want to grasp OO design , this book will be extremely fundamental----> The Object-Oriented Thought Process (3rd Edition) . Also , for the future software developer, I highly reccoment UML distilled or any UML book , You should never start programming without laying out a plan of attack first . :D , any way buy this book its great to accompany any java books you have.
WAY too verbose and impractical.