Java in a Nutshell

Java in a Nutshell The Latest Edition Of Java In A Nutshell Is Designed To Help Experienced Java Programmers Get The Most Out Of JavaAnd , But It S Also A Learning Path For New Developers Chock Full Of Examples That Demonstrate How To Take Complete Advantage Of Modern Java APIs And Development Best Practices, The First Section Of This Thoroughly Updated Book Provides A Fast Paced, No Fluff Introduction To The Java Programming Language And The Core Runtime Aspects Of The Java PlatformThe Second Section Is A Reference To Core Concepts And APIs That Shows You How To Perform Real Programming Work In The Java EnvironmentGet Up To Speed On Language Details, Including JavaChangesLearn Object Oriented Programming, Using Basic Java SyntaxExplore Generics, Enumerations, Annotations, And Lambda ExpressionsUnderstand Basic Techniques Used In Object Oriented DesignExamine Concurrency And Memory, And How They Re IntertwinedWork With Java Collections And Handle Common Data FormatsDelve Into Java S Latest I O APIs, Including Asynchronous ChannelsUse Nashorn To Execute JavaScript On The Java Virtual MachineBecome Familiar With Development Tools In OpenJDK

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  • ebook
  • 418 pages
  • Java in a Nutshell
  • Benjamin J. Evans
  • 14 February 2019
  • 9781449371319

10 thoughts on “Java in a Nutshell

  1. says:

    Java in a Nutshell has been updated for Java 11 It has everything you d expect from the prior editions syntax, examples and a great reference New features from Java 8 are highlighted Some design patterns and tradeoffs are explained A lot of concepts, like garbage collection, are covered as well.I particularly liked the examples of common methods There were a few in Collections that I could use and didn t realize existed I also learned about a trick to with var and anonymous inner classes that I hope not to see in real code And of course, I like that big O notation was used in discussing collections Many new features were covered well including method handles and modules.A number of garbage collectors were discussed I was surprised the g1 garbage collector didn t get attention It was well explained but didn t have a section header I was also surprised to see an appendix that covered Nashorn since it a deprecated feature.Overall, this is a great book and I recommend it for your Java learning reference.

  2. says:

    This book presents a survey of the Java technology as evolved up to java 8 At the point I am writing this Java 11 is already released So as it happens with technology books, they get older by the day The presentation of all new features is not deep, but it is comprehensive enough to get a good idea of what is out there and offers good pointers to get info as necessary A good time saver and good starting point for a refresher.

  3. says:

    Nicely done Author gives the balance between too much boring detail and skimming the surface Book updated with newest featues like stream api, nashorn engine, diamond, method handles and all other java7 8 features Not a great way to learn generics and collections topic especially with lambdas streams, book did not do a great job on those topics.

  4. says:

    Great introduction to Java for someone who is already familiar with programming concepts.

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