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[ Pdf Java Programming (Oracle Press) eBook: Poornachandra Sarang: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store è grad-school PDF ] by Poornachandra Sarang è Not having done any serious programming since I left college in the late 90s and programmed in C I wanted to knock the rust off and get back into the swing of things This book was perfect I am beyond most beginner books on the market, but below the cut for advanced books I hard niche to fill for sure, but this book is a no nonsense, get to work type of book All examples work perfectly and each chapter builds on the last in a logical and predictable way The examples are meant to be used in a text editor, but I have been using NetBeans and I have not only got a better grasp on Java, but a better understanding of the IDE as well.
Beginners will get a lot of good use out of this book if they download the first three chapters which are omitted from the print and study them with other, freely available, beginner material I had the basics of programming, OO flow and logic down, so I got to teach myself java, great book so far no complaints and yes I m doing good with java now.
It seems like it has everything you could ever want to know about java.
My complaint is that it says chapters 1 3 introductory have been included on their website, and it only lists the domain, bringing you to the homepage I tried navigating all over the place on their website and simply cannot find those mysterious 3 chapters And I really need them.
Material is helpful but not overly advanced Kind of like a beginners phase 2 with some advanced material Most of what is covered is really available in other online tutorials but is covered in a bit depth here.
It skips what would traditionally be the first three chapters of most java primers, but provides them online if you have ever programmed at all before and want to learn java this is a great book The writer doesn t introduce concepts in code that he hasn t already explained Used with the three online chapters it is a great intro for anyone He doesn t waste your time One note the online chapters are listed as being on the Oracle publishing site, but once there you can t find him listed You must use the mhpublishing link at the top of the page to make it to the author s page It surprises me that so many people recommend Thinking in Java for beginners That is a way to verbose for beginning It should probably be everyone