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Your book is the first that helped me to gradually and logically build my understanding of this very verbose programming framework. I congratulate on this excellent work.
A book titled "Java for Programmers" sounds like it would be for "experienced" programmers. A book that wouldn't waste your time with if-then-else statements or for/while statement, but alas this is NOT what this book is about.
Instead a better title would have been "Java for SERIOUS Programmers" (as opposed to casual or hobby programmers). This book DOES cover all the basics (groan) but it also covers techniques of serious software development. Here you get an example of object oriented design from the requirements analysis stage to class creation and coding using the current tools such as UML diagrams.
While I'm disappointed this book doesn't fast track me through all the old standard stuff, I am pleased to get a refresher and a fresh perspective on the OO design and development part of the process. It's a good book, just be aware of what you're buying.
This book was well-written, and seems like a great introduction for beginners or for non-object oriented programmers. However, it does go into detail for basic concepts, such as control statements, data types, and other basic object-oriented programming. As an experienced VB.Net and C# programmer, I was hoping for a book that would not be going into details on the basics, but instead, leverage my current object-oriented programming knowledge. I would recommend this book for non-object oriented programmers - or for those who program as a hobby. Beware, however, that experienced object-oriented programmers will likely find content (particularly the first half) to be redundant or too simple.
In its defense, as an introductory book, it is great to include all the concepts. Also, the second half delves into more detail that was helpful for me (and other object-oriented programmers). I personally would prefer, however, that the name be changed to Java for Beginner (or...
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