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Java Cook Book Question

 
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Hi Ian,

Sorry, I posted my question earlier in a wrong place.

I can see from the index that you have covered many topics, but what is in your book different from say "Clean Code by R. Martin" that would attract/interest an experienced Java developer?
 
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“Clean Code” as you quoted isn't a recipe book. A recipe book looks at particular problems and suggests a likely solution for them.
 
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Over the years CookBooks have got more refined with specif problem and solution approach ,i guess
that is the approach by with Ian's book as well.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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