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Java Gems

Java Gems
Jewels from Java Report

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Arthur van Hoff, Joel Scotkin, Barry Boone, Desmond D'Souza, Rex Jaeschke, Robert C. Martin, David Geary, Henry Wong, Erich Gamma, Iseult White, Dwight Deugo, Allen Benson, Jeremy Sevareid, Steven W. Disbrow, Radha Bandarpalle, Raj Ratnakar, Adam Freeman, Darrel Ince, Robert Howard, Lowell Kaplan, David Moskowitz
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  • Date Published: February 1998
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521648240

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  • The support of Java Report by the pioneers of the language has always made it the source for Java development. From the very beginnings of Java, Java Report was there, examining each new aspect of the language with a clear independent eye. Now, Dwight Deugo, the editor of Java Report, has gathered the most important articles from the first year of the magazine. Written by a savvy Who's Who of industry experts, Java Gems covers today's most important aspects of Java development. Top writers and developers walk you through the topic areas that are essential to today's Java developers, including multitasking, design patterns, class libraries, persistence, distributed computing, and Java vs C++.

    • Contains popular articles from Java Report, worldwide circulation
    • Deals with a variety of issues relevant to today's Java developers
    • Contains articles on Internet application development and enterprise application development
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    'Each of the articles is what we would expect from a Java Report article. Clearly written, a good grasp of the subject from the authors … all written for serious Java developers, for all of us folks who are really developing Java applications … if you have been writing Java applications for a while, and you want some more background information about Java or to learn specific techniques, this is a good book which I can recommend.' Hubert Klein Ikkink, Developers Review

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    Product details

    • Date Published: February 1998
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521648240
    • length: 248 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 153 x 14 mm
    • weight: 0.34kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: Java Report in review
    Part I. INTRODUCTION TO JAVA:
    1. Believing the hype Arthur van Hoff
    2. Assessing the Java security layers Joel Scotkin
    Part II. LANGUAGE FEATURES:
    3. Multitasking in Java Barry Boone
    4. Design and modeling opportunities in Java Desmond D'Souza
    5. Java goes international Rex Jaeschke
    Part III. Java vs C++:
    6. Java and C++: a critical comparison Robert C. Martin
    7. C++ vs. Java software development Barry Boone
    Part IV. AWT:
    8. Answering frequently asked AWT questions David Geary
    9. Life span of an applet Henry Wong
    Part V. Patterns:
    10. Applying design patterns in Java Erich Gamma
    11. Patterns and Java class libraries Iseult White
    12. Singleton Dwight Deugo and Allen Benson
    Part VI. Techniques:
    13. How to drag and drop images Jeremy Sevareid
    14. Exception handling: more than just an add-on feature Henry Wong
    15. Tapping the power of JavaScript Steven W. Disbrow
    Part VII. DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING:
    16. Distributed business applications using Java: an implementation framework Radha Bandarpalle and Raj Ratnakar
    17. The Java.net library Adam Freeman and Darrel Ince
    Part VIII. Persistence:
    18. Making Java objects persistent O'Brien
    19. StoreTable: a Java class for simple object persistence Robert Howard
    Part IX. Lessons Learned:
    20. Upgrading your Web site to Java: the first step Lowell Kaplan
    21. Java training without getting soaked David Moskowitz.

  • Editor

    Dwight Deugo, Carleton University, Ottawa

    Contributors

    Arthur van Hoff, Joel Scotkin, Barry Boone, Desmond D'Souza, Rex Jaeschke, Robert C. Martin, David Geary, Henry Wong, Erich Gamma, Iseult White, Dwight Deugo, Allen Benson, Jeremy Sevareid, Steven W. Disbrow, Radha Bandarpalle, Raj Ratnakar, Adam Freeman, Darrel Ince, Robert Howard, Lowell Kaplan, David Moskowitz

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