Java Programming

  • by Scott Bernard
  • Narrated by Sean Posvistak
  • 1 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is the first in a series of books dedicated to learning about Java and Java programming. Java is a simple yet powerful programming language, taught in colleges and used by companies all over the world. It is one of the most common programming languages used in modern business, and a graspable entry into the object-oriented class of programming languages. This book will take you from complete novice to knowledgeable beginner, with an appreciation for the history behind Java development. You will finish this entry in the series with the tools and building blocks necessary to write simple Java programs, and the foundation of learning necessary to advance to the intermediate, more complex facets of Java smoothly and seamlessly.
In this book, you will find:


Who created Java, and why
An overview of object oriented programming (OOP)
How Java and its software are used
An explanation why Java is popular and user friendly

Delving into the technical aspects of Java, this book will teach you about:


Variables
Data structures
Control structures
Syntax
Tools, commands, and the code to build your first set of programs

Whether your end goal is to work in Silicon Valley, create games, or build your own app - every journey begins with a single step. Take the first step on your journey to harness the power of code.

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Complete Garbage

What disappointed you about Java Programming?

To give an idea of the depth of this book, it is not until the very end that arrays are talked about. Then the book is over. That's it. Moreover, most of the last half of the book is sheer code, so it makes absolutely no sense for the audio version to exist. All you hear is "semicolon... int x equals three semicolon" Seriously? If you're going to make an audio version of a Java book, then wouldn't it make more sense to go over all of Java's features and concepts as opposed to literally saying out loud the code to create an array or to print to the console?

A huge waste of time and money.


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best book for java programming

I like to thank the author for presenting such a great book. It is very interesting and easily understable. It is very useful book tells about An Introduction, History, and the Fundamentals for Creating Your First Program in java programming.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-25-2017
  • Publisher: Scott Bernard