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Ken Arnold, James Gosling, and David Holmes have updated this classic to reflect Java™. Series. Preface. About. This. Book. Examples and. James Gosling, Frank Yellin, and the Java Team .. This book attempts a complete specification of the syntax and semantics of the language. Ken Arnold and James Gosling. ISBN James Gosling, Frank Yellin, and the Java Team cresadtgehomual.gq Page iii Thursday, March 2, PM .


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Developed at Sun Microsystems by James Gosling and. Bill Joy. • Designed as an object-oriented, machine-independent programming language. • Java is both . A Sun Microsystems, Inc. Business. Garcia Avenue. Mountain View, CA U.S.A.. FAX James Gosling. Henry McGilton . Now, Ken Arnold, James Gosling, and David Holmes have updated this classic to reflect the major enhancements in Java™ 2 Standard Edition (J2SE™ ).

It is detailed, matured and frequently updated. Read The Book 4.

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Java Generics and Collections Java Generics and Collection by Naftalin and Philip Wadler from O'Reilly is another great book on Java, which I initially forgot to include in my list, but including it now as requested by many readers. I personally like this book because of its content of Generics and Collections, which is core areas of Java programming language. It explains each of Collection interface e.

Set, List, Map, Queue and there implementation and compares how well they perform in different situation. I really loved there comparison chart at the end of each chapter.

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Arithmetic Operations 9. Integer Arithmetic 9. Floating-Point Arithmetic 9. General Operators 9. Increment and Decrement Operators 9. Relational and Equality Operators 9.

Logical Operators 9. Bit Manipulation Operators 9. The Conditional Operator?: Assignment Operators 9.

String Concatenation Operator 9. Expressions 9. Order of Evaluation 9.

Expression Type 9. Type Conversions 9. Implicit Type Conversions 9.

Explicit Type Casts 9. String Conversions 9.

Operator Precedence and Associativity 9. Member Access 9. Finding the Right Method Control Flow Statements and Blocks Basic for Statement Enhanced for Statement Labels What, No goto? Generic Types Generic Type Declarations Bounded Type Parameters Nested Generic Types Working with Generic Types Subtyping and Wildcards Generic Methods and Constructors Generic Invocations and Type Inference Wildcard Capture Under the Hood: Erasure and Raw Types Erasure at Runtime Overloading and Overriding Finding the Right Method — Revisited Class Extension and Generic Types Exceptions and Assertions Creating Exception Types Transfer of Control Asynchronous Exceptions The throws Clause Exception Chaining Stack Traces When to Use Exceptions Assertions The assert Statement When to Use Assertions State Assertions Control Flow Assertions Turning Assertions On and Off Why Turn Assertions On and Off?

Controlling Assertions on the Command Line Complete Removal Making Assertions Required Strings and Regular Expressions Character Sequences The String Class Basic String Operations String Comparisons String Literals, Equivalence and Interning Making Related Strings String Conversions Strings and char Arrays Strings and byte Arrays Character Set Encoding Regular Expression Matching Regular Expressions Compiling and Matching with Regular Expressions Replacing Regions Efficiency The StringBuilder Class Modifying the Buffer Getting Data Out Capacity Management The StringBuffer Class Working with UTF Threads Creating Threads Using Runnable Synchronization Static synchronized Methods Synchronization Designs Details of Waiting and Notification Thread Scheduling Voluntary Rescheduling Deadlocks Ending Thread Execution Cancelling a Thread Waiting for a Thread to Complete Ending Application Execution The Memory Model: Synchronization and volatile Synchronization Actions Final Fields and Security The Happens-Before Relationship Thread Management, Security, and ThreadGroup Threads and Exceptions Don't stop ThreadLocal Variables Debugging Threads Annotations A Simple Annotation Example Annotation Types Annotating Elements Restricting Annotation Applicability Retention Policies Working with Annotations Reflection The Class Class Type Tokens Class Inspection Examining Class Members Naming Classes Obtaining Class Objects by Name Runtime Type Queries Annotation Queries The Modifier Class The Member classes Access Checking and AccessibleObject The Field Class Final Fields The Method Class Creating New Objects and the Constructor Class Inner Class Constructors Generic Type Inspection Type Variables Parameterized Types Wildcards Generic Arrays String Representations of Type Objects Arrays Genericity and Dynamic Arrays Packages The Proxy Class Loading Classes The ClassLoader Class Preparing a Class for Use Loading Related Resources Controlling Assertions at Runtime Garbage Collection and Memory Garbage Collection A Simple Model Finalization Resurrecting Objects during finalize Interacting with the Garbage Collector Reachability States and Reference Objects The Reference Class Strengths of Reference and Reachability Reference Queues Finalization and Reachability Package Naming Type Imports Package Access Accessibility and Overriding Methods Package Contents The use of Java in Android has taken Java into the even more larger domain This book will take you to journey of Java programming language starting from very first version to the current Java 8 version.

Benjamins Evans, author of the modern Java book, the Well-grounded Java Developer will explain to you the design decision was taken at the start e. You have to deploy code, configuration, database changes, file systems changes etc.

Though this is the tried and tested approach and working well from a long time, it can be improved. He outlines both benefits and drawbacks of Microservices and explains to them how to implement them using popular frameworks like DropWizard and Spring Boot.

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This free Java book is full of useful examples. Filled with a lot of samples but non-trivial examples of implementing different data structures e.

Since data structure and algorithm are very important for any Java programmer and quite a common topic in Java interview, it is an absolute must to have a strong command in both. If you are preparing for Java job interviews then you can also take a look at some of my favorite algorithm and data structures questions, it may help in your preparation. If you like to read paperback edition, you can order it from site as well.

You can download entire books as PDF, along with all example programs. Carl Albing and Michael Schwarz have done an excellent job to put everything needed to run and support a Java program in Linux environment including how to start, stop, or kill Java process, checking logs with some handy useful UNIX commands.

Paperback edition of this book is also available here in site. Core Servlets and Java Server Pages, teaches you basics of these technologies. The good thing about this Java books is that source code and lecture notes are also available for FREE download. If you like to read a paper book then you can also download, the paperback edition of this book here Steele Jr.CharArray Character Streams It is no more the fancy language of developers but it has now become the mainstream of any application development in the world.

Final Fields The Floating-Point Wrapper Classes 8.

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The Rest of Runtime Annotations 1. Utility Subpackages Getting Started 1. Working with Interfaces 4.

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