Hi there.. I work for a software firm. Its like this. I actually finished my BE in Electronics & Communication. However my C and C++ skills were pretty good (although not perfect). So I got recruited. I had no idea about java. But I have to work on Java, JSP, Servlets. In one month I somehow managed to learn a part of Java,JSP,Servlets. But I feel its not upto the mark. Thats why I want a book where I can type the code from an example and learn (improve) my skills using it. I found a book called "Java Examples in A Nutshell" . How is the book ? Is there any better book or some online tutorials ? I don't get much of free time. I get about 2 hrs per day during weekdays but I m fully free on Saturdays and Sundays. And I have to finish a lot of stuff as soon as possible. So please help
The book Java Examples in A Nutshell is rated 5 out of 10 in bunkhouse. Even though its 1st edition thats rated and 3rd edition is currently out. Any other book which has lot of examples which I can look, practice and learn ?
Yes. I checked. When I search many of the results give books with reviews "good introductory explanation.. with examples.." But what I need is a book full of examples. I need very less introductory topics and more & more examples with explanations for those programs. Thats all.. Thats why I was asking here, so that you could give preference to some of them. Please help
As mentioned, the Sun java tutorials have lots of good examples, often quite advanced. IMO they are not the best for beginners because they tend to include a lot of things that are not essential to the specific topic being exemplified, but for someone experienced in c++ like yourself, that shouldn't be a problem.
I like the Sun tutorials too. (http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/index.html). There are many many books out there, and they are all pretty good. It's hard to go wrong. (Although I'm not that fond of the "Java in a Nutshell" book.) I'd check out a used book store. Plus, you might want to look into Thinking in Java, by Bruce Eckel: http://www.mindviewinc.com/Books/ -- Bruce Eckel makes old editions of some of his books available online. For Java, it's the 3rd edition, published in 2002, which won't include 1.5 features.