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This week, we're delighted to have Rafael del Nero helping to answer questions about the new Java Challengers.


The promotion starts Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 and will end on Friday, May 14th, 2021

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Welcome to the Ranch; I hope you have lots of difficult interesting questions about the book
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Rafael del Nero helping to answer questions about the new  for the drawing, and should be reserved for .[/b]



Hi
This Book seems to be verydignified  way testing a persons knowledge in javano matter he has Chalenges to compete with author

In the sports front we have Tie result  but here it is going tobe strange yet certifying to the bestway

A glorious typ4e under the modern era.With bestwishes
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What sort of challenges does your book contain? Is the emphasis on implementation, design, architecture...? Will design patterns be part of the challenges? Are libraries and frameworks involved?
 
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BD: welcome to the Ranch

Please ask your questions, of which I think there are four, as separate threads, otherwise you will have no chance of winning the book.
 
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Hello @Rafael del Nero

What kind of challenge questions are there in this book?
Design patterns? Java new version benifits? Code challenges? Scenario based challanges?
Is it for new bees or experts?
 
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ketan bhavsar wrote:Hello @Rafael del Nero

What kind of challenge questions are there in this book?
Design patterns? Java new version benifits? Code challenges? Scenario based challanges?
Is it for new bees or experts?



Hi Ketan, thanks for your question!

The Java Code Challenges are very focused on the main principles of main Java concepts that will help you create high-quality code and fix bugs more quickly. To make it very clear, the challenges in the book are very similar to the following one:
https://javachallengers.com/map-equals-hashcode/

The book is more easily consumed by intermediate or senior developers but a beginner with a thirst for learning can also take the challenge. That's because I review the most basic concepts of the Java language at the beginning of the book and then the book gets more challenging as the chapters are advancing.

Also, remember that the Java Challengers book is a living book, therefore, I will be adding new Java Challenges with the latest Java features. Therefore, yes, I am also adding Java Challenges for the latest Java version concepts.

I hope this clarifies your question Ketan! Cheers!
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch; I hope you have lots of difficult interesting questions about the book



Thanks for the welcoming, Campbell! Yes, the Java Challenges are difficult but also very fun to solve!


Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
This Book seems to be verydignified  way testing a persons knowledge in javano matter he has Chalenges to compete with author

In the sports front we have Tie result  but here it is going tobe strange yet certifying to the bestway

A glorious typ4e under the modern era.With bestwishes
As
CRMK



Hi Comal, thanks for your comment. The book is definitely challenging even for experienced developers! You will solve fun Java code challenges and really learn the most important Java concepts.
 
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