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Data Structures with Java, Second Edition by JohnR.Hubrand

>> Monday, February 27, 2012

Data Structures with Java
Scores of problems and examples—which will be available on the Internet after publication—simplify and demonstrate central concepts and help users develop their expertise in handling data structures in Java .
• Java is today’s fastest growing programming language, with broad popular appeal for its ease of use in creating websites and its functioning capability on any platform 
• Topics cover all the material in the first- or second-year course required of all Computer Science majors

From the Back Cover
Master the fundamentals of data structures with Java with Schaum’s—the high-performance study guide. It will help you cut study time, hone problem-solving skills, and achieve your personal best on exams and projects!
Students love Schaum’s Outlines because they produce results. Each year, hundreds of thousands of students improve their test scores and final grades with these indispensable study guides.

SCWCD Exam Study Kit Second Edition eBook Download

SCWCD Exam Study Kit Second Edition
Aimed at helping Java developers, Servlet/JSP developers, and J2EE developers pass the Sun Certified Web Component Developer Exam (SCWCD 310-081), this study guide covers all aspects of the Servlet and JSP technology that Sun has determined necessary. This new edition adds aspects of servlet/JSP development, such as the Expression language, and updated materials of servlets with a particular focus on using filters to make request processing more efficient.

Covering the reliance on the JSP Standard Template Library (JSTL) and its core, this guide allows JSP developers will be able to simplify their development process and remove Java-based scriptlets and expressions from their code. All applications in this book are designed to run on Apache's latest development server, Tomcat 5.0, and instructions on how to install this new edition and execute servlets and JSPs are included.

Java Pocket Guide by Patricia and Robert

>> Sunday, February 19, 2012

Java Pocket Guide by Patricia and Robert
How many times have you reached an impasse while writing code because you couldn't remember how something in Java worked? This new pocket guide is designed to keep you moving. Concise, convenient and easy to use, the Java Pocket Guide gives you Java stripped down to its bare essentials in fact, it's the only book on Java that you can actually fit in your pocket.

Written by Robert and Patricia Liguori, senior software and lead information engineers for Java-based air traffic management and simulation environments, Java Pocket Guide contains everything you really need to know about Java, particularly everything you need to remember.

The book pays special attention to the new areas in Java 5 and 6, such as generics and annotations.

Effective Java (2nd Edition) Programming Language

>> Friday, February 17, 2012

 Effective Java™, Second Edition
Are you looking for a deeper understanding of the Java™ programming language so that you can write code that is clearer, more correct, more robust, and more reusable? Look no further! Effective Java™, Second Edition, brings together seventy-eight indispensable programmer’s rules of thumb: working, best-practice solutions for the programming challenges you encounter every day.

This highly anticipated new edition of the classic, Jolt Award-winning work has been thoroughly updated to cover Java SE 5 and Java SE 6 features introduced since the first edition. Bloch explores new design patterns and language idioms, showing you how to make the most of features ranging from generics to enums, annotations to autoboxing.

Beginning Java SE 6 platform from novice to professional

Beginning Java SE 6
Beginning Java™ SE 6 Platform: From Novice to Professional steers you through the maze of Java Standard Edition (SE) 6 features. The first chapter sets the stage by introducing Java SE 6 in terms of its name change, themes, an overview, and a sampling of new features. It also briefly discusses the first two Java SE 6 updates.

The remaining nine chapters organize features into the following categories: core libraries, GUI toolkits: AWT, GUI toolkits: Swing, internationalization, Java Database Connectivity, monitoring and management, networking, scripting, and security and web services. While exploring these chapters, you will encounter a variety of useful and interesting topics: introducing a new locale with its own currency, creating a new JConsole plug–in, creating a scripted JEditorPane component, invoking and communicating with JavaFX Script and JRuby scripts from a Java application that interacts with the Scripting API, signing an arbitrary XML document and validating a signed document’s XML signature, and accessing an existing web service are examples.

Core Java, Vol. 2: Advanced Features, 8th Edition

>> Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Core Java, Vol. 2: Advanced Features, 8th EditionThe revised edition of the classic Core Java™, Volume II–Advanced Features, covers advanced user-interface programming and the enterprise features of the Java SE 6 platform. Like Volume I (which covers the core language and library features), this volume has been updated for Java SE 6 and new coverage is highlighted throughout. All sample programs have been carefully crafted to illustrate the latest programming techniques, displaying best-practices solutions to the types of real-world problems professional developers encounter.

Volume II includes new sections on the StAX API, JDBC 4, compiler API, scripting framework, splash screen and tray APIs, and many other Java SE 6 enhancements.

Core Java™, Volume I-Fundamentals (8th Edition)

>> Sunday, February 12, 2012

Core Java™, Volume I-Fundamentals
This revised edition of the classic Core Java™, Volume I–Fundamentals, is the definitive guide to Java for serious programmers who want to put Java to work on real projects.

Fully updated for the new Java SE 6 platform, this no-nonsense tutorial and reliable reference illuminates the most important language and library features with thoroughly tested real-world examples. The example programs have been carefully crafted to be easy to understand as well as useful in practice, so you can rely on them as an outstanding starting point for your own code.


Throwing javaw.exe error path while starting Eclipse

A Java Runtime Environment(JRE) or Java Development Kit (JDK) must be available in order to run Eclipse. No Java virtual machine wes found after searching the following locations:


E:\SoftWares\Eclipse\ECLIPSE_GANYMEDE\eclipse-jee-ganymede-SR2-win32\eclipse\jre\bin\javaw.exe
javaw.exe in your current PATH


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