Java Pocket Guide 4th Ed (O'Reilly)
Monday, 30 October 2017

This pocket guide is a reference to standard features of the Java programming language and its platform. Author Robert James Liguori guides you through programming examples, tables, figures, and lists, including Java 9 features such as modular source code and the new JShell interactive command-line REPL. The book also provides material to help you prepare for the Oracle Certified Associate Java Programmer exam.

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Author: Robert James Liguori
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: Sept 2017
Pages: 295
ISBN: 978-491938690
Print: 1491938692
Kindle: B0756P3CZD
Audience: Java developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Java

 

 

  • Quickly find Java language details, such as naming conventions, types, statements and blocks, and object-oriented programming
  • Get details on the Java SE platform, including development basics, memory management, concurrency, and generics
  • Use new features in Java 9, including modular source code and JShell
  • Browse through information on basic input/output, NIO 2.0, the Java collections framework, and the Java Scripting API
  • Get supplemental references to fluent APIs, third-party tools, and basics of the Unified Modeling Language (UML)

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