Java 2 Core Language Little Black Book
Publication Date: August 2002
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The focus of this book is on the core Java language as implemented by the new version of Java, version 1.4. The book features a logical, sequential approach with concise overviews, then step-by-step immediate solutions created by a master Java programmer. This book is also packed with over 150 code listings which can be used as is or quickly modified.
Alain enjoys a difficult technological challenge and likes the people even better. He believes that his degrees in religion (Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts with a specialization in the linguistics of ancient religious texts) is a terrific way to broaden one's abilities. He has certifications from both Microsoft and Sun, so his bias is simply what works best for a given situation. If you have a question, comment, or even a challenge, the author would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact him (think Chief Technology Ambassador) from the book's Web site, at http: //www.inforobo.com/scwcd/examcram.
Steve Heckler is a freelance programmer and IT trainer specializing in .NET, Java, ColdFusion, Flash ActionScript, and XML. Based inAtlanta, Georgia, he works with clients nationwide. In addition, he is the author of the Sun Certification Instructor Resource Kit (310-025, 310-027): Java 2 Programmer and Developer Exams and Sun Certification Instructor Resource Kit (310-080): Java 2 Web Component Developer Exam. He is currently writing an ASP.NET-related book for Addison-Wesley.
Before being self-employed, Steve served nearly seven years as vice president and president of a leading East Coast IT training firm. He holds bachelors and masters degrees from Stanford University.
Al Williams (Houston, TX) is the author of 18 books, including many programming titles, as well as "Embedded Internet Design, " also published by McGraw-Hill. An electronics professional for over 20 years, he is principal of his own company, AWC, which produces hardware modules for microcontroller developers. Mr. Williams also designs PCBs for a wide array of clients.