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Book Suggestion specifically Object Oriented programming

ibrahim yener
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Hello to all.

I need a book suggestion.
Currently, i have Object Oriented Programming with Java.
Anyway, this book is good but it covers from start, what i want is that specifically Object Oriented programming ONLY book because i have very strong Web Development (php) background.

Thanks for any advice.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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You might like Head First Object Oriented Analysis and Design. It covers OO principles and assumes you already know Java.


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I would second Jeanne's recommendation for the Head First OO book. I haven't read it myself but a colleague is very complementary about it.

Also worth giving Head First Design Patterns a look too as it uses Java and it's OO constructs to demonstrate how to implement the patterns.


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