|Re: Java [message #1015650 is a reply to message #1015562]
||Fri, 01 March 2013 14:24
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 03/01/2013 02:06 AM, John Mark wrote:|
> Hello members...
> I am new to the community please tell me the best book to learn java
> easily which have both theoratical and practical aspects of any problem..
> I am a beginner want to learn java from beginner to advance level...
> thank you
If you have serious aspirations, I suggest these books, the first two
right away, adding the others as time goes on.
- Head First Java (O'Reilly) for learning Java; it's a lot of fun as are
all the Head First books.
- Thinking in Java (Bruce Eckel: this is your "grammar" or reference
work--the book you look stuff up in when you have formal questions)
- Effective Java (Joshua Bloch, considered the bible of Java programming
- Java Concurrency in Practice ( Brian Goetz, great help if you're
called on to work in code that's multithreading-critical)
Anything else you need can mostly be acquired on the web, I mostly
believe in not buying books as they go out of date, but these above are
special. I would also suggest:
- Head First Design Patterns (O'Reilly: Design patterns are a pretty
fundamental topic in object-oriented programming today, this book is
huge fun to read)
Last, Google is your friend. The best Java-oriented programming forums
are javaranch.com, jguru.com, stackoverflow.com and this one for Eclipse
(not Java) questions.
Best of luck. Java rules! Eclipse rocks absolutely! Come back here for help.
P.S. I do NOT get any consideration for anything I've said here. This is
my opinion as a old C/assembly guy (for 25+ years) who made the long,
arduous and painful climb to Java/JEE beginning 7 years ago.
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