Thinking in Java
Pearson Education, Sep 1, 2006 - 1512 pages
Thinking In Java Has Earned Raves From Programmers Worldwide For Its Extraordinary Clarity, Careful Organization, And Small, Direct Programming Examples. It'S The Definitive Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming In The Language Of The World Wide Web. From The Fundamentals Of Java Syntax To Its Most Advanced Features, Thinking In Java Is Designed To Teach, One Simple Step At A Time. Fully Updated For J2Se5 With Many New Examples And Chapters.
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Review: Thinking in JavaUser Review - Said A - Goodreads
That's the first book I read to learn more about Java programming language. After a little research I found that this book was among the "must read"'s for Java developers. Good insights, to the point and no unnecessary clutter text... Read full review
Review: Thinking in JavaUser Review - Salvatore - Goodreads
While the book is old and not up to date on the newest versions of the Java programming language, this was (and in many ways still is) the go to book for learning Java. Well written and a pleasure to read. And worthwhile as a reference source for someone new to Java. Read full review