1000 Java Tips

1000 Java Tips

An 856 pages of A4 format of Java tips, advises and solutions from real daily Java experiences.

Tag(s): Java

Publication date: 31 Dec 2005

ISBN-10: n/a

ISBN-13: n/a

Paperback: 854 pages

Views: 64,112

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Post time: 09 Sep 2005 09:53:13

1000 Java Tips

1000 Java Tips An 856 pages of A4 format of Java tips, advises and solutions from real daily Java experiences.
Tag(s): Java
Publication date: 31 Dec 2005
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 854 pages
Views: 64,112
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: n/a
License: n/a
Post time: 09 Sep 2005 09:53:13
:) This book was suggested by Alexandre Patchine

Update 10/11/2017:

The mirror website gives 404 error message. Again, another mirror is available at CNET. The download link has been updated.

Update 02/07/2017:

The original book website at javaa.com is no longer responding. I replaced it with a mirror website.

About the Book:

1000 Java Tips is an 856 pages of A4 format of Java tips, advises and solutions from real daily Java experiences. Compiled from the questions and answers inside the author's Java newsletter since 2001, this book covers most seeked Java topics and some other related ones. This book also enlists the help of Dr. Heinz M. Kabutz who contribute a big section of advanced Java tips, which is a compilation of articles from Dr. Heinz's newsletter.

Topics included: applets, database, beans, distributed systems, file, graphics, AWT, Swing, bugs, hardwares, tools, mobile, networking, RMI, servlets, sounds, strings, thread and a section about getting a Java-related job.

Since this book is a compilation of Java QA's and articles, the reader might not find any essence of continuity or tutorial. The reader is not even know what to expect from this book. Which means this book is not something that can be used solely to learn Java, while of course it makes a excellent companion for a good Java tutorial book. Thanks to the pdf format, this book is fully searchable. And the first thing a reader should do after opening the pdf file, is to press the Ctrl+F button.

Intended Audience:

The questions inside this book are not the usual simple FAQS, since the ones who asked them did so after they've been through the usual source of information and could'nt find what they were looking for. Because of that, this book is not intended as a starting point for people wish to learn Java programming. Those who already have a taste on Java, those who're willing to fill the void, and those who're looking for though Java job interview questions will find this compilation, err.. I mean this book, valuable.
 




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