Michael B. White
Mastering Java: An Effective Project Based Approach including Web Development, Data Structures, GUI Programming and Object Oriented Programming
(Independently published Dec. 13, 2018)
Let’s be very honest
, a programming language cannot be learned in “one day” or “fast”. You will need lots of examples and practice to learn Java, especially if you are beginner. Beware of other shorter books
that only touch on the topic and do not provide enough exercises or examples.This book was designed to make concepts as easy as possible, while explaining how programming works. This guide is different from others in that it includes a variety of different exercises that readers can learn from. The best way to learn Java is to follow the examples/exercises and create your own code.You no longer have to waste your money on books that are are only 200 pages and do not deliver enough value. You deserve better.This book is also different from others because it includes important Java interview questions
. Consider the Table of Contents below and you will see that this book stands out from the others.Chapter 1: Java Basics
How It All WorksYour First ProgramJava CommentsCode StructureIntroducing Data Types and VariablesExampleReserved KeywordsDouble VariablesThe IF StatementThe IF…ELSE StatementThe IF…ELSE IF StatementThe Nested IF StatementBoolean ValuesSwitch StatementsChapter 2: Java Data Structures and Algorithms
An Overview of Data StructuresClassification of Data StructuresCharacteristics of an AlgorithmTime Complexity and Time Complexity FunctionsBasic Concepts of Data Structures and AlgorithmsWhat Is An Array?Searching and Sorting AlgorithmsMulti-Dimensional Arrays and Matrix MultiplicationSingly Linked Lists – Search and Sort AlgorithmsDoubly Linked and Circular Linked Lists and AlgorithmsStacksChapter 3: Java Web Development
GUI Programming with AWTLabelExamplesMouseEvent and MouseListener InterfaceKeyEvent and KeyListener InterfaceNested ClassesAdaptor Class Event ListenersAn Introduction to SwingContent-Pane in JFrameNetBeans for JavaJava Application DevelopmentJava GUI ToolsChapter 5: Object-Oriented Programming
Why OOP?OOP ConceptsJava ConstructorsAccessing Parent Class VariablesThe Java OOP ConceptsAbstractionEncapsulationPolymorphismInheritanceAssociationAggregationAssociation, Aggregation, and CompositionBest Practice Guide for OOPJava Command Line ArgumentsChapter 6: Java Interview Questions
Basic Java Interview QuestionsOOPS Java Interview QuestionsJDBC Interview QuestionsHibernate Interview QuestionsJava JSP Interview QuestionsChapter 7: Java Language and TerminologyIf you want to learn Java the right way, scroll up and order your copy today.
- 179207011X / 9781792070112
- 52.8 oz.
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