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Join the Deitel social media communities. Developers realize massive productivity gains. I highly recommend this book for keeping current with the very latest developments in Java. A great overview on how concurrency can help developers leverage multi-core processors. I especially like the [optional] superb chapter that covers JShell, one of the flagships of Java 9.
I wish I had this book when I was learning how to program! Good introduction to the software engineering process.
This book is the ultimate guide. I have enjoyed and learned much from it.
Every major feature of Java is masterfully covered. With the great exercises like building a compiler! I really enjoyed the Lambdas and Streams chapter. The most recent changes to Java are by far the biggest evolutions to the language and the platform in over 20 years. The changes are complex and intriguing, but Paul and Harvey have distilled the concepts to an easily digestible form, with plenty of examples. This book is an incredible, comprehensive source for deeper learning of Java and its ecosystem.
An excellent starting point for developing high-quality robust Java applications. Starting from no required Java knowledge, it guides the reader from basics to advanced topics. Very interesting and entertaining introduction. A huge variety of exercises.
Good job explaining arrays before the more abstract collections. Guiding the reader to avoid dangerous patterns is as important as explaining the correct syntax—great work! Excellent introduction to object-oriented concepts.
About this Item: Prentice Hall. ValoreBooks Sell Back. Chapter 31 discusses data-driven, Ajax-enabled JSF applications—the chapter features a database-driven multitier web address book that allows users to add and search for contacts. Condition: Used: Good. No—I want to keep shopping. Chapter 30 includes examples on building web application GUIs, validating forms and session tracking.
The reader is encouraged to think wisely and take a pragmatic approach, which I like very much. Great polymorphism chapter—helps the reader distinguish between abstract classes and Java 8 interfaces with default methods. Good discussion of analyzing exception stack traces for debugging information. Very good introduction to hashtables.
Great introduction to BigInteger and BigDecimal. Clearly explains collections, and when and how they should be used for best performance.
Presents lambdas and streams in an excellent and gradual way. The explanations of linked lists, stacks and queues are excellent. I like the concrete examples in the explanations of Big O. Solid intro to the REPL, with plenty of hands-on code to demo its features— this chapter taught me things and felt very valuable. Java FX Graphics and Multimedia is a really colorful chapter that will delight students with its practical and well-chosen examples. The good writing and focused exercises make learning generic collections enjoyable—great job.
A brilliant explanation of recursion, full of interesting exercises like The Towers of Hanoi and drawing fractals. The graphics exercises will be fun for the students.
OO design techniques are incorporated throughout. Great polymorphism and interface examples. Great comparison of recursion and iteration. Great approach to Java web technologies. I like the bank-account class example.