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20 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A very good book but not for beginners 21 septembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Learning Java by O'Reilly is an excellent book for someone who already knows the basics of programming(i.e - knows about syntax, decision statements, and a cursory understanding of objects). However, as a teaching tool in a classroom this book does not cover in depth the basic ins and outs of a language that would really hit home the concepts necessary to a learn how to program or to use java for a beginner.
Now from a professionals point of view or an college students point of view(I am both being an Engineer at RIT which has a coop program which is rotating work and school in your chosen field every quarter after your second year) this book gives a good explantion of the advanced topics such as Applets, Remote Method Invocation, sending seroalized objects, web programming, threads and a couple of others. So if you are looking to expand your programming base with a completely portable language this is the book for you or if you just want to get the background of the power house tools of Java this book is also for you!
12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not the best introduction to Java/O.O. programming 10 février 2002
Par Doug M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Programmers who have learned such languages such as C++ will find that learning Java is easy, and somewhat painless since both use Object Oriented Programming. But what about those who do not have such experience?
For those who have experience in O.O.Programming, this book will suit you just fine. However, for the rest of us, this book will be difficult to get through, let alone understand. You can read the book, understand the syntax, but unless you understand O.O.Programming, you will not be able to make effective use of this book.
My other complaint for this book was the lack of problems for novices to try. Many other O'Reilly books on programming will put problems at the end of every chapter (e.g. Learning Perl, Practical C Programming, etc.) but not this one. I think that would help any new Java programmer immensely.
One last complaint for this book was the first couple chapters. The authors tried to give you some code to try out (obviously to get new Java programmers excited about Java), but did so before even presenting Java concepts, so a reader will find himself frustrated from the start.
I had to give this book 3 stars because the content overall was good, but was definitely assuming too much from the reader. For people with C++ background, you will definitely enjoy this book, but if not, you will find yourself most frustrated.
19 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Don't be fooled by the title 18 octobre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The title of this book is highly inappropriate. This is not a book for someone who has not used Java before. If you have never used or seen Java before OR are not a very very comfortable C++ programmer(actually even that won't really help) this book is NOT for you. Explanations are very brief, concepts are not covered in depth and the examples concentrate on showing short cuts and 'tricks of the trade'. What good does that do when you don't know anything about JAVA? The author should have concentrated on teaching the basics of the language and explained things such as threading etc. much more thoroughly. An absolutely USELESS book.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great for learning Java 24 janvier 2001
Par Patrick LeBoutillier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book a few weeks back and have read about half of it. I have about 5 yrs of C++ behind me, and I wanted to learn Java. This book really did it for me. I must agree with some other reviewers that this is not a book to learn Java as a first programming language, because it doesn't spend a lot of time on syntax and stuff. But it covers the language extremely well and give many tips and warns against some pitfalls.
The book give an overview of all the base classes, so it's good to read it BEFORE you start coding. That way you will know all the Java classes and be able to pick the the best design right of the bat.
There is also a good section on programming Java using the SDK directly as opposed to some IDE. Personally I think it's very important to understand how things are done under the hood.
So a great book for learning Java, but some programming knowledge (preferably OO) is required to get the most of this book. If you liked other O'Reilly books, you'll like this one.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great book, but knowledge of C/C++ is very essential. 19 novembre 2000
Par Desikachari Nadadur - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The first book I bought from O'reilly publications was "Programming Perl", by Larry Wall and I was very impressed with it. I not only learnt to program in Perl, but also used it as my only reference. So, I bought the book "Learning Java" from O'reilly, a couple of days ago. This book did not disappoint me. It is a great book for quickly learning Java. However, having experience in C/C++ is very essential to grasp the material in this book. (If you don't have any knowledge of C/C++ or don't know programming altogether, you may want to consider a book such as, "Object-oriented programming in Java", by Stephen Gilbert and Bill McCarty.) I have read through the first 4 chapters of "Learning Java", and I am impressed by the way the authors explained the concepts in a terse and lucid manner with short examples. (Well, I hate books that are too verbose and repetitive.) I am giving this 4 stars, for now, but if the said style continues for the rest of the book, I will come back and give it 5 stars.
In short, I strongly recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn Java, and has experience in C/C++.
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