Object-Oriented Design in Java (MCP-Imprint Waite Group Press)

Object Oriented Design in Java MCP Imprint Waite Group Press HTML Mitchell Waite Signature Series Object Oriented Design in Java takes a tutorial approach and teaches in a new way by offering the Java code first and the design representations and explanations l

  • Title: Object-Oriented Design in Java (MCP-Imprint Waite Group Press)
  • Author: Stephen Gilbert
  • ISBN: 1571691340
  • Page: 492
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  • HTML Mitchell Waite Signature Series Object Oriented Design in Java takes a tutorial approach and teaches in a new way by offering the Java code first and the design representations and explanations later No other programming level book on the market deals with design of Java software There s nothing aimed at the in the trenches Java programmer Nor can the Java programmer turn to general books on software design These, with few exceptions, are abstract and academic, either incomprehensible or irrelevant from the perspective of the working programmer This book targets the needs of Java application programmers, using an experience based, hands on approach.

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    1. Way too superficial for such a fat book I don t understand the authors refusal to use UML They only use it to illustrate the few design patterns they cover But my favorite chapter is 14 where they discuss databases After a micro blurb on what JDBC is, the authors tell us that a description of using that interface is out of scope of the book They then proceed to teach us all about relational DB concepts, the building of E R diagrams, and all about normalization Somehow, they think that these thin [...]


    2. The book is pretty well structured and written for somebody having a little exposure to design I personally felt I lost my time reading it since I already have some experience in design in another OO language The book is definitely too much like a school text book In particular, the chapter on database access with Java concentrates on relational db concepts instead of providing useful design and architectural hints on how to develop a multi tiers application using JDBC


    3. I have been reading Java books lately and I have bought so far 5 books on OO Java Programming and this book have examples of real life that makes one understand the comcepts very easy It is a good book for Java beginers You have to understand the Java Concepts first before you understand the language and this is the book that simplifies the concepts.


    4. This is a witty, well organized, thorougly researched and informative work Not only do the authors do an excellent job of presenting the concepts of software design using solid OO techniques, their introduction to Java in a chapter only somewhat facetiously titled Teach Yourself Java in 21 Minutes is almost certainly the most concise and understandable introduction to the language that I ve seen.Every chapter is focused and the flow of material is really excellent I found myself, as someone who [...]


    5. Although I haven t read this entire book, it s obvious to me that these guys know how to write programming books Some of the difficult to understand oop and java concepts are explained very well, and, unlike other java books, I don t find myself peeling through layers and layers of abstract drivel to understand the key ideas Whew What a relief Now I have a REAL book to refer to when I need to reinforce an important idea I d highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to really understand how t [...]


    6. If you have no idea of what the OOD is all about, this book is a good resource to start I read first 4 chapters in 2 hrs and I m sure so will you It ll introduce you to all the terminologies but if you re looking for indepth study and advanced programming and designing techniques, try smething else.


    7. If you re new to programming, this is a very good book It begins slowly and never pushes too quickly ahead If you ve achieved some programming mastery, you may well find yourself wading through a lot of fluff to get to the core.


    8. I am thankful to authors for writing such an excellent book I am new to Java and OOP I bought few books before buying this book But I couldn t get grip on OOP This book was a great help for me I will strongly recommend this book for newcomers to JAVA or OOP.


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