Java By Comparison: Become A Java Craftsman In 70 Examples
Autor : Simon Harrer,linus Dietz
Geschlecht : Bücher, Computer & Internet, Programmierung & Webdesign,
lesen : 4524
Herunterladen : 3770
Dateigröße : 25.06 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Pressestimmen This is the book I've been waiting for since starting with intermediate Java programming courses. Without dwelling for too long on the basics, Java by Comparison leads you step by step to new insights on good coding practice. Instructive examples compare the do's and dont's and make it easy for beginners to get the key points. Here, the book shines and shows it's based on long-term classroom experience. Luckily, the book can be read as a textbook but is also useful as a reference. I'm looking forward to using it in my classrooms. Are you sure your style is perfect? Get it! - Dr. Guido Wirtz, Professor for CS/Head of Distributed Systems Group, University of BambergI wish Java by Comparison had been there when I was getting started with programming, It's like a mentor, looking over your shoulder, and patiently helping you get your programming skills up to the next level. - Achim Weimert, CTO, wOndary LTDJava by Comparison is a wonderful read for all those who want to level up their Java skills. It contains the essence of Effective Java and Clean Code, updated with JUnit 5 and Java 8. - Johannes Schwalb, Java Architect, uniVersa VersicherungenI think Java by Comparison hits a sweet spot between providing useful content and not trying to be too much. It is an easier and more directly applicable read for junior developers than Effective Java (the best Java book). Experienced developers will be seen nodding in agreement and likely learn a couple things along the ride. This will be required reading for developers. - Sebastian Larsson, Competence Team Lead, Cybercom SwedenJava by Comparison is a great read if you are looking to take your Java knowledge up another notch. I wish I could have read this book or something similar when I first started with Java; it explains a lot of topics easily that I had to learn the hard way. It is a must-read if you want to go from a good programmer to a great one. - Ramaninder Singh Jhajj, Big Data Engineer, Betsson Group Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Dr. Simon Harrer is a developer and teacher who's always looking out for new technologies, frameworks, and ideas. His friends call him a clean code evangelist, but in a good way. Dr. Jörg Lenhard is a developer, teacher, and researcher. He has been teaching programming in Java for almost a decade and enjoys contributing to open source software. Jörg has a track record of computer science research and experience as a professional software developer. Linus Dietz is a researcher at the Technical University of Munich. His passion lies in developing elegant algorithms and advancing open source software.