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Download Java in a Nutshell (6th Edition) by David Flanagan, Benjamin J. Evans PDF

By David Flanagan, Benjamin J. Evans

The newest variation of Java in a Nutshell is designed to assist skilled Java programmers get the main out of Java 7 and eight, yet it’s additionally a studying direction for brand new builders. Chock filled with examples that show tips on how to take whole benefit of glossy Java APIs and improvement top practices, the 1st part of this completely up-to-date ebook offers a fast paced, no-fluff advent to the Java programming language and the middle runtime features of the Java platform.

The moment part is a connection with middle suggestions and APIs that exhibits you the way to accomplish actual programming paintings within the Java environment.

Get up to the mark on language information, together with Java eight changes
Learn object-oriented programming, utilizing uncomplicated Java syntax
Explore generics, enumerations, annotations, and lambda expressions
Understand uncomplicated recommendations utilized in object-oriented design
Examine concurrency and reminiscence, and the way they’re intertwined
Work with Java collections and deal with universal info formats
Delve into Java’s most recent I/O APIs, together with asynchronous channels
Use Nashorn to execute JavaScript at the Java digital Machine
Become acquainted with improvement instruments in OpenJDK

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