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Dec 22, Deen john rated it it was amazing. But they have also confused many developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features. Java Generics and Collections, like me, straddles two worlds.
Probably a second read would be needed. Sometimes important points are stated without the required emphasis.
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It does not only covers the basics, as it goes much over to advanced topics. Now you can get everything on Safari. Best Selling in Textbooks, Education See all. Wonderfully written and well illustrated with meaningful although quite terse examples it’s a delightful read.
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.
It also spends half the book going into detail on the Java Collection classes and how they make heavy use of generics to be much more useful. 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. The book is a definite choice for the advanced Java programmer and architect.
Well most of books for beginners do teach little amount of jvaa. Apr 17, Xanan rated it it was amazing.
The book does a good job in highlighting how Sun implemented generics in Java and the reasons for the choices that they made. Those moments left me frustrated, to be sure.
People who bought this also bought. About this product Synopsis Java Generics was probably the most important feature added to the Java Language for Java 5. Java Generics and Collections is an essential tool for any programmer working in Java already, who would keep up with the design and nature of generics.
Apr 21, Eric Kaun rated it liked it Shelves: As complete a coverage of the major features “new” to Java 5 and in the case of collections, the prior objects on which they are built collectiohs is available collectionss.
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Show More Show Less. Philip Wadler is Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh, where his research focuses on the design of programming languages.
Sep 02, Prakash rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 30, Narendra Pathai rated it really liked it Shelves: No fanciful business problems that we will magically be able to solve with the help of Java Generics Man. Oct 05, David Ahlbeck rated it really liked it.
However, if you enjoy language nitty grittyyou’ll like this. Steve Hummel rated it really liked it Jan 15, And a contrarian point of view: Parts assume you know nothing in which case you’d be in over your head. 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 become significantly more comfortable working with generics after reading this book.
Java Generics and Collections by Philip Wadler and Maurice Naftalin (2006, Paperback)
Jul 04, Amit Sahoo rated it really liked it Shelves: Overall, this is a very good book on the subject of Java generics, and I highly recommend it. But aside from those points, I’ve found this book very helpful in explaining the details of a system that the official Java colletcions just doesn’t adequately cover. Huge chunks of code get explained in just a line or two leaving the reader wondering about the details.
Genegics, I straddle two worlds. The only issue I found with the book was that it did not provide enough concrete examples.
If you want to take your software development practice to a new level, this book is essential reading. And it does so with moderate success. I also noticed a typo in the name of a Java class in a diagram which feels worse than in text.