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More Java Gems

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Richard Deadman, Eric White, Martin Schedlbauer, David Udin, Steven W. Disbrow, Steven J. Metsker, Mike Mannion, Roy Phillips, Mark Davis, Doug Felt, John Raley, Greg Larman, Andrew Smith, Suchitra Gupta, Jeffrey M. Hartkopf, Suresh Ramaswamy, Martin Fowler, Steven R. Farley, Ron Repking, John O'Shea, Peter Bosch, John Miller Crawford, Steve Ball, Joe De Russo III, Peter Haggar, Bill Lewis, John Hunt, David Geary, Roger Spall, Steve Burnett, Greg Frascadore, Kamesh Pemmaraju, David Houlding, Kent Beck, Erich Gamma, Allen Wirfs-Brick, Matjaz B. juric, Ales Zivkovic, Ivan Rozman, Laura Werner, John Cerwin, Sherman R. Alpert, Ken Dickey
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  • Date Published: January 2000
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521774772

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  • More Java Gems presents the best articles and columns published in Java Report between 1997 and 1999. Dwight Deugo, Editor of Java Report, has carefully selected each article to be independent of any specific version of Java. The material relies mainly on those classes now part of the standard Java class library and APIs. Each article and column also discusses Java topics and implementations that are not readily available in a single book. Rich with "real world" applications by seasoned Java professionals, this excellent reference will help readers learn more about the Java language; perform analysis, design, and modeling; work on specific implementations; check performance; and perform testing. The book features articles from Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, Erich Gamma, and David Geary.

    • Presents a variety of topics not easily found in any other book
    • Shows how experienced Java developers solved 'real world' problems
    • Each article has been carefully selected for its independence of any specific version of Java
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    • Date Published: January 2000
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521774772
    • length: 504 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 154 x 30 mm
    • weight: 0.68kg
    • contains: 89 b/w illus. 25 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction: Part II. Getting Started with Java:
    1. When in Rome: a guide to the Java paradigm Richard Deadman
    2. Enumerating types with class Eric White
    Part III. Migrating to Java:
    3. How to successfully migrate to Java Martin Schedlbauer and David Udin
    4. Kissin' cousings: communicating between Java and JavaScript Steven W. Disbrow
    Part IV. Techniques:
    5. Java permutations and combinations Steven J. Metsker
    6. Prevention is better than cure Mike Mannion and Roy Phillips
    7. International text in JDK 1.2 Mark Davis, Doug Felt and John Raley
    Part V. Modeling and Patterns:
    8. The conceptual model: what's the object? Greg Larman
    9. Refining skills for expressive conceptual models Craig Larman
    10. Distributed observer chains Andrew Smith
    11. Event notifier: a pattern for event notification Suchitra Gupta, Jeffrey M. Hartkopf and Suresh Ramaswamy
    12. Analysis patterns Martin Fowler
    Part VI. Java in a Distributed World:
    13. Mobile agent system architecture Steven R. Farley
    14. Deployment strategies for Java client applications Ron Repking
    15. Locating CORBA objects from Java John O'Shea
    Part VII. Threads:
    16. Effective multithreading Peter Bosch
    17. Multi-threaded assignment surprises John Miller Crawford and Steve Ball
    18. Multithreaded exception handling in Java Joe De Russo III and Peter Haggar
    19. Writing more complex synchronization in Java Bill Lewis
    Part VIII. User Interfaces:
    20. Constructing modular user interfaces in Java John Hunt
    21. JFC's swing, Part I: model/view/controller David Geary
    22. Panel states: a user interface design pattern Roger Spall
    Part IX. Security:
    23. Using the Java security package Steve Burnett
    24. Using the Java cryptographic extensions Steve Burnett
    25. Java application server security using capabilities Greg Frascadore
    Part X. Testing:
    26. Effective test strategies for enterprise-critical applications Kamesh Pemmaraju
    27. Putting Java beans to the test David Houlding
    28. Test-infected: programmers love writing tests Kent Beck and Erich Gamma
    Part XI. Performance:
    29. Complex Java applications: breaking the speed limit Allen Wirfs-Brick
    30. Are distributed objects fast enough? Matjaz B. Juric, Ales Zivkovic and Ivan Rozman
    31. Efficient text searching in Java Laura Werner
    32. Enterprise applets and archive functionality John Cerwin
    Part XII. Reality Check:
    33. Primitive types considered harmful Sherman R. Alpert
    34. Getting the numbers right: a cautionary tale Ken Dickey
    Index.

  • Editor

    Dwight Deugo, Carleton University, Ottawa

    Contributors

    Richard Deadman, Eric White, Martin Schedlbauer, David Udin, Steven W. Disbrow, Steven J. Metsker, Mike Mannion, Roy Phillips, Mark Davis, Doug Felt, John Raley, Greg Larman, Andrew Smith, Suchitra Gupta, Jeffrey M. Hartkopf, Suresh Ramaswamy, Martin Fowler, Steven R. Farley, Ron Repking, John O'Shea, Peter Bosch, John Miller Crawford, Steve Ball, Joe De Russo III, Peter Haggar, Bill Lewis, John Hunt, David Geary, Roger Spall, Steve Burnett, Greg Frascadore, Kamesh Pemmaraju, David Houlding, Kent Beck, Erich Gamma, Allen Wirfs-Brick, Matjaz B. juric, Ales Zivkovic, Ivan Rozman, Laura Werner, John Cerwin, Sherman R. Alpert, Ken Dickey

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