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BJO - Concepts to Best Code

 
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"Beginning Java Objects: From Concepts To Code"

Hi Jacquie,

Just paid attention to this From Concepts To Code...

Have you covered best practices for coding includes naming convention, formatting converntion, refactoring and much more things ...

Thanks.
[ July 13, 2005: Message edited by: rathi ji ]
 
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I just looked on Amazon because sometimes you can "look inside" the book (see at least the table of contents). Too bad this book doesn't have that feature implemented.

The author may want to visit http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/catalog-guide/guide/-/506469/103-3985716-7707841
 
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I don't have a "best practices" chapter, but do indeed cover best practices -- both in terms of Java syntax and in terms of overall software engineering principles -- throughout the book.

Best regards,

Jacquie
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