Java By Comparison (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Wednesday, 09 May 2018

This book is designed to be a companion for anyone learning to write clean Java code. Authors Dr. Simon Harrer, Dr. Jörg Lenhard and Linus Dietz introduce you to the fundamentals by comparing pieces of problematic code with an improved version, to help you to develop a sense for clean code. This before-and-after approach teaches you to create clean Java code. Hands-on advice aims to improve your coding style through small and understandable examples that compare flawed code to an improved solution. Discover handy tips and tricks, as well as common bugs an experienced Java programmer needs to know.

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Author: Dr. Simon Harrer, Dr. Jörg Lenhard and Linus Dietz
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: Apr 2018
Pages: 208
ISBN: 978-1680502879
Print: 1680502875
Kindle: B07CLFTVZS
Audience: Java programmers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Java

 

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