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Core Java Volume 1

 
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I apologize I have not had time to look at your new version yet, but through the years I have used the Core Java series to help teach several teams of new programmers Java and it has been a very good book to learn from and also good reference material. Does your new version follow the same format as in previous years?
 
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Hello and thanks for the kind words. Yes, Core Java uses the same format as the previous editions. It's just updated for Java 8, with a thorough discussion of lambda expressions, streams, the date/time API, and many smaller changes throughout. Why mess with success :-)

Cheers,

Cay
 
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Hello Cay and Les ,
Hope you both are having an amazing week so far , I just signed up on code ranch and this is my first forum I viewed .I am currently a student studying web development and I had just recently received my MTA (Microsoft Technology Associate) and I had just recently started Java working on obtaining my Oracle Certified Associate . I am looking for people to learn from and possibly with ! Let me know how your journey with Java has been !

Thanks

Melina
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