|Re: Eclipse book recommendation! [message #164816 is a reply to message #164807]
||Fri, 24 March 2006 08:00
Originally posted by: ns_dkerber.ns_WarrenRogersAssociates.com|
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, MIK@NOemail.com says...
> Can anybody please inform me about any good eclipse book? I want to know ways to increase my development speed while using eclipse. Previously I was using JBuilder and IntelliJ Idea. Thanks.
With the speed at which Eclipse is evolving, I'd recommend waiting for a
few months to buy a book. Otherwise, the book would probably be out of
date even before it hit the shelves.
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|Re: Eclipse book recommendation! [message #165254 is a reply to message #165070]
||Wed, 29 March 2006 02:30
Originally posted by: MIK.NOemail.com|
Chris Gage wrote:
> There isn't a good book that covers WTP - the person who commented about
> it being too soon was right in respect of WTP.
> But if you want an overall book on Eclipse, I can recommend the Java
> Developer's Guide to Eclipse, 2nd Edition by Jim D'Anjou, Scott
> Fairbrother, Dan Kehn, John Kellerman, Pat McCarthy. I have no
> relationship to these folks, and have nothing to gain, it's just a good
thanks everyone for recommendations, I have ordered two books earlier mentioned.
lets see how it goes :)
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