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  • Title: 1000 Java Tips
  • Author(s) Alexandre Patchine, Dr. Heinz M. Kabutz
  • Publisher: Java.com
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  • eBook: PDF (854 pages)
  • Language: English
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1000 Java Tips is an 856 pages of A4 format of Java tips, advises and solutions from real daily Java experiences. Compiled from the questions and answers inside the author's Java newsletter since 2001, this book covers most seeked Java topics and some other related ones. This book is not something that can be used solely to learn Java, while of course it makes a excellent companion for a good Java tutorial book.

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