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Now you can get everything on Safari. Excellent explanation of Java generics and its usage. People who bought this also bought. I also feel too broad an audience is covered.
Java Generics and Collections by Philip Wadler and Maurice Naftalin (2006, Paperback)
If you want to take your software development practice to a new level, this book is essential reading. RowlingHardcover As for me i was interested i Finally, i’ve read this book! He is a co-designer of GJ, work that became the basis for generics in Sun’s Java 5. Generics and the greatly expanded collection libraries have tremendously increased the power of Java 5 and Java 6.
Thorough and very practical discussion of performance implications and javq. We all know that java generics is a hard to swallow topic but this book makes it easy to understand decisions behind the generics and gives some best practices. But they have also confused many developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features.
I had to read some parts several times to gain a full understanding of the material but it was worth it.
Java Generics and Collections – O’Reilly Media
Gives good insight of Collections. One thing I have noticed is that academic writing often forgoes altogether any concern for the readability of the text. The book is a definite choice for the advanced Java programmer and architect.
Lists with This Book. It’s dry reading, particularly the second half of the book, but definitely useful for the Java programmer. Andrew Cooke on Slashdot: No fanciful business problems that we will magically be able to solve with the help of Java Generics Man.
I had all sorts of execuses not to read this naftalni, some of them were naftalim lack of time and a complete disinterest in the subject of this book. Finally, i’ve read this book! Oct 23, Matt rated it liked it Recommends it for: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Apr 17, Xanan rated it it was amazing.
Java Generics and Collections: Speed Up the Java Development Process
Sometimes as is the case in most of Chapter 3major concepts are explained in self-referential ways, while no clear definitions for key concepts are offered. Last one Free shipping.
Google “Brains in a vat” But in happy computer land, I rarely find this to be the case. Wayne from Martha’s Vineyard, MA. I become significantly more comfortable working with generics after reading this book. Basically every sentence is meaningful to understand what follows.
Dec 22, Deen john rated it it was iava.
Java Generics and Collections: Speed Up the Java Development Process by Maurice Naftalin
It teaches you everything you need to know about the collections libraries, so you’ll always know which collection is appropriate for any given task, and how to jav it. And a contrarian point of view: If you want to learn about generics and collections for Java or any language, this is a great reference to learn and expand your development skillset with best practices in mind. The book is all about the facts.
Mar 22, Prem rated it really liked it. Buy the book via this link from amazon. This book has everything that you would need to know about Generics. But it will be bit difficult to comprehend if you don’t have some basic understanding of Generics.
This book was an exception, because i wasn’t able to finish it for generjcs few years. Great book that goes in depth of Java Generics which feels awkward initially to someone coming from other languages.
It’s a sort of holy grail for those who want to know how generics work under the hood and where to apply them. This book, written by one of the designers of generics, is a thorough explanation of how to use generics, and particularly, the effect this facility has on the way you use collections.
And it does so with moderate success. Steven rated it it was amazing Aug 14, Sep 02, Prakash rated it liked it Shelves: The companion book to The Java tm Specialists’ Newsletter! This book is a real gem. The authors delivered the information directly and clearly.
Skip to main content. Beyond the basics, generics are a difficult subject to understand. Aug 21, Raydhitya Yoseph rated it really liked it. Probably a second read would be needed.