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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Subscribe Niemeyee Posts Atom. I wouldn’t recommend it as the primary book for learning Java, however, only as an adjunct to some other book. So this is one book that I am marking as read that I have not literally read from cover to cover.
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Jul 04, Daniel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Best Selling in Textbooks, Education See all. Despite the title, this felt like more of a reference than a tutorial. Newer Post Older Post Home. The third book should be a knussen with a broader range of examples and be a source of explanations with a different perspective from the first book partick help out when the first book falls short of being clear for the learner. Pascal Ouellet rated it liked it Sep 05, He is the Courseware Writer for LearningPatterns.
About this product Synopsis “Learning Java provides an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to the programming language that has changed the way we think about computing. Elliot ;atrick rated it liked it Nov jonathzn, These examples make the book worth owning.
Who does this anymore? I would recommend it to any competent developer that’s looking to add Java to their toolkit. Refresh and try again. Does a poor job of teaching object oriented concepts. And this tiny ad: Skip to main content.
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They’re only talking about things that are specific to Java so as to help you learn idiomatic Java. Quotes from Learning Java. Learning Java is amazingly comprehensive. Multithreading in Swing Dahellboy rated it it was amazing Apr 24, The first edition was pretty nie,eyer, true to the “Nutshell” name. The former is definitely an expectation on my part that the book doesn’t even promise to fulfill, but would have been nice to see a bit more of though it does have pointers to good resources ; the latter just seems like the editor came through and said “let’s not go there”.
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A couple things jump out: Learning Jonahtan is the most widely sought introduction to the programming language that’s changed the way we think about computing. This text offers an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to the programming language that has changed the way we think about computing. Selected pages Title Page. Need less to say, i am currently looking for another book to “learn Java” from. It comprehensively addresses important topics such as web applications, servlets, and XML that are increasingly driving enterprise applications.
What didn’t I like? This edition provides full coverage of all Java 1. New Swing features and components are described along with updated coverage of the JavaBeans component architecture using the open source NetBeans IDE the latest information about Applets and the Java Plug-in for all major web browsers.
There’s an assumption coming in that you already know about variables and if statements and for loops etc. Save on Textbooks, Education Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. The chapter one talks about historical aspects.
Per Magne Kirkhus rated it it was amazing Dec 23, But in the advertise role of learning how to use Java, I’m still skeptical. Java has become the language of choice for a wide variety of applications: I mean, sure, it’s nice that you go through all the classes, but 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.
Learning Java provides an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to the programming language that has changed the way we think about computing.