Java in 60 Minutes A Day

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 8, 2003 - Computers - 792 pages
  • Shows readers how to use Java to harness the power of object-oriented programming
  • Includes thirty one-hour lessons that recreate a typical week-long introductory seminar
  • Focuses on the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)
  • Helps readers to develop skills that are critical to many Web services scenarios
  • The author was one of the first Sun Certified Instructors and has since taught Java to thousands of developers
  • Companion Web site features an online presentation by the author that follows along with each chapter and includes an audio-only option for readers with dial-up Internet connection
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Getting Started with Java
1
Chapter 2 Java Fundamentals
21
Chapter 3 Control Structures
51
Chapter 4 Classes and Objects
85
Chapter 5 Methods
107
Chapter 6 Understanding Inheritance
139
Chapter 7 Advanced Java Language Concepts
175
Chapter 8 Polymorphism and Abstraction
213
Chapter 12 An Introduction to GUI Programming
367
Chapter 13 GUI Components and Event Handling
405
Chapter 14 Applets
457
Chapter 15 Threads
503
Chapter 16 Input and Output
551
Chapter 17 Network Programming
591
Chapter 18 Database Programming
629
Chapter 19 JavaBeans
669

Chapter 9 Collections
253
Chapter 10 Interfaces
295
Chapter 11 Exception Handling
329
Chapter 20 About the 60 Minutes Web Site
713
Index
717
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RICH RAPOSA works for JLicense, Inc., a Java training firm, where he teaches and develops Java courseware. One of the first Sun Certified Java Instructors, he has provided classroom training all over the country in Java, XML, C++, Visual C++/MFC, Win32 internals, UML, and other object-oriented topics.

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