Core Java', Volume II - Advanced Topics, 9th Edition
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New edition of the best-selling introductory book to Java for experienced programmers, completely updated for Java SE7.
One of the best-selling Java books of all time, more than 290,000 shipped in the US! (editions 3-8 combined)
Great code examples, comprehensive coverage, and clear explanations -- the book that MADE The Core Series.
Updated to include the latest JDK7 features, including the recently announced literal syntax, for writing closures, and function types.
For those who cannot afford to waste weeks or even months reading tutorial books that lead you nowhere, this book is the one they need. The best-selling introduction to Java for experienced programmers is back! Previous editions have been tremendously successful because they were written for programmers looking for a fast-paced book. The authors retain the highly illustrative examples and crystal-clear explanations of key concepts. The ninth edition is fully updated for Java SE7. According to Thomas Kurian of Oracle, 'Java SE 7 will bring important improvements, including greater modularity, better support for non-Java languages, and better performance, including garbage collection optimized for multicore processors.'