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Java Generics and Collections: Speed Up the Java Development Process by Maurice Naftalin
Intended for experienced developers, the guide covers wildcards, comparison of elements, declarations, reification, reflection, design patterns, sets, queues, lists, and maps. See all 7 brand new listings. Be the first to write a review.
About this product Synopsis Java Generics was probably the most important feature added to the Java Language for Java 5. This book, written by one of the designers of generics, is a thorough explanation of how to use generics, and particularly, the effect this facility has on the way you use collections. Generics and collections allow for greater reuse of source code.
While the benefits are great, it takes extra effort for developers to generify code. This book explains why the effort is well worth the gains and teaches Java developers how to use a generic library, how to write a generic library and specify collection types, and how to generify an existing library of legacy code.
Java Generics and Collections provides helpful hints and exercises that show the reader how to avoid jvaa pitfalls of generics and speed up their Java development process. This comprehensive guide shows you how to master the most important changes to Java since it was nafalin released. Generics and the greatly expanded collection libraries have tremendously increased the power of Java 5 and Java 6. But they have also confused many developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features.
Java Generics and Collections covers everything from the most basic uses of generics to the strangest corner cases.
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It teaches you everything you need to know about the collections libraries, so you’ll always know which collection is appropriate for any given task, and how to use it. If you want to take your software development practice to a new level, this book is essential reading. Philip Wadler is Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh, where his research focuses on the design of programming languages.
He is a co-designer of GJ, work that became the basis for generics in Sun’s Java 5.
He has most recently served as an architect and mentor at NSB Retail Systems plc, and as the leader of the client development team of a major UK government social service system. By far the best book on the topic, it provides a crystal clear tutorial that starts with the basics and ends leaving the reader with a deep understanding of both the use and design of generics.
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Java Generics and Collections by Philip Wadler and Maurice Naftalin (2006, Paperback)
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