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Java Beginners Guides

Java Programming - Beginners Guides

Murach's Beginning Java 2

An exciting, new approach to Java instruction that includes the latest Java releases (1.3.1 and 1.4).

In just 20 chapters, you grow from beginner to entry-level professional. Along the way, you learn how to develop GUIs with Swing components; how to work with files; how to use JDBC to work with databases; how to develop applets that are run from Internet browsers; how to work with threads; and much more.

It’s all there in the unique Murach style that has been training professional programmers for more than 25 years. more >>

Java Programming for the Absolute Beginner

Java is an object-oriented language that is extremely popular with programmers and Web developers.

This beginner-level book teaches readers the fundamental programming concepts they need to grasp in order to learn any computer language. The unique approach covers the versatility and extensibility of Java using game creation as a teaching tool.

The author starts with the basics of Java, assuming that the reader is truly a beginner with no programming experience. This non-intimidating guide to Java will be a welcome addition to the library of any aspiring programmer. more >>

Java Programming : From the Beginning

Java Programming: From the Beginning is an introductory textbook aimed at the traditional CSI course. It assumes no previous programming experience. Unlike many Java texts currently on the market, this book avoid trendiness for its own sake, instead focusing on teaching students programming skills on which they can build a career. The emphasis is on learning how to design, implement, and debug programs written in an object-oriented language. Topics are introduced in a spiral fashion, with as little "magic" as possible. Applets are de-emphasized, and there is no attempt to introduce all the features of Java. After using this book in a course, students should be well prepared to move on to C++ or more advanced courses in Java.

Main features:
* Early coverage of objects
* "Spiral" approach--introducing new material gradually, as needed
* More than 700 review questions, exercises, and programming projects
* In-depth case studies, to help students develop problem-solving skills
* Ample reference material, including detailed coverage of the major API classes

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