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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. As for me i was interested i Finally, i’ve read this book!
Java Generics and Collections
The book has a lot more fascinating information about generics and collections than I could describe in one newsletter. If you are serious about learning these new technologies: The most comprehensive book on Generics as well as collection. No fanciful business problems that we will magically be able to solve with the help of Java Generics Man. Java Generics and Collections, like me, straddles two worlds.
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Quotes from Java Generics and May 06, Laurent added it Shelves: Paperback Books Maurice Sendak for Children. This book has everything that you would need to know about Generics. If you want to take your software development practice to a new level, this book is essential reading. Solid material, and definitely a title you’ll want to have around when you start playing around with generics and collections. While the benefits are great, it takes extra effort for developers to generify code.
The book is all about the facts.
Java Generics and Collections – Reviews
Nov 04, Umang Bhatt rated it really liked it Shelves: Java Collectiona and Collections provides helpful hints and exercises that show the reader how to avoid the pitfalls of generics and speed up their Java development process. If I wanted to try to figure out what someone else’s code did, I’d read Java Puzzlers In the other, I blissfully bang out thousands of lines of code in my happy little IDE — the famous editor VI that’s pronounced “Six” — it’s roman numerals. I was wrong, the book is interesting.
A gentler collecgions to the concepts especially those presented in the first chapters would probably make the book more digestible. Everything you ever wanted to know about collections and generics But it will be bit difficult to comprehend if you don’t have some basic understanding of Generics. Great book that goes in depth of Java Generics which feels awkward initially to someone coming from other languages.
Gives good insight of Collections.
Any Condition Any Condition. I become significantly more comfortable working with generics after colllections this book. He is a co-designer of GJ, work that became the basis for generics in Sun’s Java 5. He has most recently served as an architect and mentor collectionx NSB Retail Systems plc, and as the leader of the client development team of a major UK government social service system.
Extracts from all known reviews of “Java Generics and Collections”. To view it, click here. We all know that java generics is a hard to swallow topic but this book makes it easy to understand decisions behind the generics and gives some best practices.
See our FAQ or contact customer service:. Its explanations of the semantics and functionality of the different Collections classes are simple but never pedantic. Apr 21, Eric Kaun rated it liked it Shelves: Authors Maurice Naftalin and Philip Wadler, have done an outstanding job of writing a book that shows you how to master the most important changes to Java since it was first released. And a contrarian point of view: While it certainly provides the details on generic and collections, it has its “Computer Science ” moments.
The book does a good job in highlighting how Sun implemented generics in Java and the reasons for the choices that they made. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This book was lame – I forgot why, but it definitely was lame. The authors delivered the information directly and clearly.
He has most recently served as an architect and mentor at NSB Retail Systems plc, and as the leader of the client development team of a major UK government social service system. Java Generics and Collections: This is a pretty good jaav of Java Generics and how they differ from similar implementations in other languages.
It’s dry reading, particularly the second half of the book, but definitely useful for the Java programmer.