Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (7th Edition)

Groundbreaking fundamentals – first approach enables readers to understand the basics before being introduced to more challenging topics. Liang offers one of the broadest ranges of carefully chosen examples, reinforcing key concepts with objectives lists, introduction and chapter overviews, easy-to-follow examples, chapter summaries, review questions, programming exercises, and interactive self-test. Now uses standard classes only. Uses UML diagrams in every example starting chapter 8. Inclu

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5 thoughts on “Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (7th Edition)”

  1. Review by Reginald E. Taylor for Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (7th Edition) Rating: This book is good for self learning. What I like most about this book is I can learn advance topics easily because the author always leaves “bread crumbs”, if you will, to fundamental concepts necessary to understanding the examples. I can randomly flip to a page, and I don’t have to worry about not being able to understand what a particular line of code means in an example. The author always has notes, as if he knew I was a novice, pointing back to key concepts that helped me understand the example. Even though the author titles the book, “Introduction to Java Programming”, it is a complete work that made me competent enough to tackle major java programming task in today’s industry. I think the title is a humble one, which invites beginners to easily learn the fundamentals of java programming, but still allows a learner to develop into a mature java programmer.

  2. Review by M. Burks for Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (7th Edition) Rating: Although Amazon’s shipment estimator gave me a 3-week estimate, the product arrived at my house within five days of payment. The book was in the condition described; no marks inside, binding intact & firm, and ready to be sold again after I finish using it. It was a good decision to buy this book from the seller rather than paying 3x the price to buy it used at my University’s bookstore!

  3. Review by Troy Steuwer for Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (7th Edition) Rating: First: I ended up having to buy this book for my college course. Let me tell you, I’m extremely happy that they chose this book.

    At first, Java looks really hard. Don’t let it get to you. This book teaches you everything you need to know at what seems the perfect pace. The author is absolutely brilliant in explaining real-world examples you could use this in. You should have seen me the first time I made my own stand-alone application. Needless to say, I was joyful.

    Also, if you’re learning Java by yourself, this is the perfect book. Never once did I ever have to refer to the internet to learn anything about what the book was covering. Seriously.

    I can’t tell you how much this helped me as a beginning programmer.

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