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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Or, after you know Java, to familiarize the reader with other parts of Java. Servlets and Web Applications Servlets: This edition provides full coverage of all Java 1. I am currently reading this book and find it too advanced for beginners.
This book is one of my favorites of those I own for that “third book” role. This book lacks examples and exercises which may disappoint few people. It described the Java language, feature by feature, and did a great job of teaching the language.
Not to mention jonathab is a lot of things said twice or even morewhich seems focused on making the book bigger, instead of making things clearer. Patrick NiemeyerJonathan Knudsen. An Infinite Number of Cats on Keyboards. This item doesn’t belong on this page. 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.
PPS – JavaBeans chapter winds up feeling like tautology. That means 1, new things you can do without having to program it in yourself.
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Esteban Palacio rated it really liked it Mar 24, This makes understanding each individual subject much harder. Want to Read saving…. Sergey rated it liked it Aug 05, Destiny’s powerful hand has made the bed of my future. 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 languages are used in practice. Need less to say, i am currently looking for another book to “learn Java” nuemeyer.
For those looking to learn Java, O’ Reillythe publishers of Java in a Nutshell, have a different book.
They’re only talking about things that are specific to Java so as to help you learn idiomatic Java. So this is one book that I am marking as read that I have not literally read from cover to cover.
It comprehensively addresses important topics such as web applications, servlets, and XML that are increasingly driving enterprise applications. There are also a lot of code snippets through the book in places where a short, complete program would provide a much better illustration than a few isolated lines of code.
One of the things that I really appreciated about the text and have seen men Short version of what may turn into a longer review: Preview — Learning Java by Patrick Niemeyer. The target audience is definitely experienced programmers.