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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.
I had all sorts of execuses not to read this book, some of them were a lack of time and a complete disinterest in the subject of this book. Java Generics and Collections: I had to read some parts several times to gain a full collecctions of the material but it was worth it.
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The book has a lot more fascinating information about generics and collections than I could describe in one newsletter. No ratings or reviews yet. By far the best book on the topic, it provides a crystal clear tutorial that starts with the basics and ends leaving the reader with a deep understanding of both the use and design of generics. But they have also confused gsnerics developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features.
Java Generics and Collections: Speed Up the Java Development Process by Maurice Naftalin
Perhaps more importantly, this book shows you everything collectios need to know about the collections libraries! The book is all about the facts. The second part of the book covers Collections framework which you won’t find interesting if you already worked with Java Collections.
People who bought this also bought. Java Generics and Collections, like me, straddles two nafgalin. Open Preview See a Problem? It teaches you everything you need to know about the collections libraries, so you’ll always know which collection is appropriate for any given task, and how to use it.
Java Generics and Collections covers everything from the gneerics basic uses of generics to the strangest corner cases. See our FAQ or contact customer service:. The 2nd half feels tacked on. As for me i was interested in the second part of it which is “Collections”. Overall, it is a decent book to learn about Generics. However this is definitely not a book for beginners.
Generics and the greatly expanded collection libraries have tremendously increased the naftallin of Java 5 and Java 6. If I wanted to try to figure out what someone else’s code did, I’d read Java Puzzlers Although the front cover seems to suggest that Collections are given less attentions than Generics, that is not the case: Not sure this level of detail collecyions generics is required, paradoxically readers would likely get more out of it if the text were done at a higher level.
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Overall, this is a naftxlin good book on the subject of Java generics, and I highly recommend it. Steven rated it it was amazing Aug 14, It’s dry reading, particularly the second half of the book, but definitely useful for the Java programmer.
But they have also confused many developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features. Lists with This Book. One thing I have noticed is that academic writing often forgoes altogether any concern for the readability of the text.
The author should consider releasing a book that covers only Generics. To ask other readers questions about Java Generics and Collectionsplease sign up. He has most recently served as an architect and mentor at NSB Retail Systems plc, and as ajva leader of the client development team of a major UK government social service system.
Java Generics 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. A gentler introduction to the concepts especially those presented in the first chapters would probably make the book more digestible.