Java Programming: A Complete Guide For Beginners To Master And Become An Expert In Java Programming Language

Java Programming: A Complete Guide For Beginners To Master And Become An Expert In Java Programming Language
By Brian Draper

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Learn Java Programming, The Most Popular Object Oriented Programming Language, Fast, Easily And In A Fun Way, Starting From The Basics And Become An Expert In No Time!


This Book Is For You... If You Are New To Java Programming And Want To Start From A Solid Foundation !
'Java Programming: A Complete Guide For Beginners To Master And Become An Expert In Java Programming Language' is a complete guide for beginners, covering the basic concepts and ideas, with simple to understand, follow and learn examples and explanations.

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Java is one of the most easiest and powerful programming language to master, considering the fact that it is designed keeping simplicity in mind and can be used to develop almost all kinds of web applications including mobile games e.t.c. This makes Java Programming very interactive, robust and popular among computer programmers.
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Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #831685 in Books
  • Published on: 2016-12-16
  • Original language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00" h x .27" w x 6.00" l,
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 116 pages

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
1I think This is poorly translated book ripped off from somewhere
By John Russo
I am not sure but this book seems like it was written in Chinese then run through Google translator. The book is fragmented and jumps all over the place. It is not coherent at all. I like the suggestion in the book that really keeps repeating the nothingness that it covers, that you should find someone that is a good java programmer and get them to mentor you. "Yes, the best way to learn Java programming is for you to have a mentor or tutor who have the patience to give you a review about the basics and help you learn more about the advance stuff" ...Uhhh that's why I bought the book? Not to mention how bad the grammar is in the sentence. The whole book is like this. There is no publisher or copyright date, the cover graphics look like an image in 72 dpi from the internet and blown up. The back of the book says how to run and install "python"? Cut and paste error? "Using Loop Statement in Python" (Uhhh....this is Java...)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5If you are a newbie like me, this is perfect for you
By Genevieve
If you are a newbie like me, this is perfect for you. I jave no knowledge about java programming until I read this. The way it was explain in this book is very easy to understand thats why I love this book. I wish every book about programming was this easy to understand. I really enjoyed reading and learning new things from this book.

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
2For Beginners... Complete with Huge Font and Poorly Written Content...
By M Nakada
I bought this to learn programming as a hobby/new skill. The content itself is for beginners, which is what the book promises and what I was looking for. Not sure if it gets to the "becoming an expert" part in the span of 116 pages while using a huge 16/18 font-size plus ample spacing between sentences...

The typos and poor grammar also make the book difficult to follow/focus-on when the sentences are so awkwardly composed, or when he begins to talk like Yoda in tail-first style. I thought that perhaps the writer was non-American and running their native language through an electronic English translator or something. I understand that the author is a programmer, not an English-major, but is proof-reading and editing still a thing? Yikes.

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