JOSHUA BLOCH JAVA PUZZLERS PDF
Java™ Puzzlers: Traps, Pitfalls, and Corner Cases. 11 reviews. by Neal Gafter, Joshua Bloch. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional. Release Date: June. Java Puzzlers has ratings and 22 reviews. Paul said: If you program in Java, you _must_ read this book. It is a real eye-opener to the kind of traps. Java Puzzlers, a new book by Joshua Bloch, Google’s chief Java architect, and Neal Gafter, Google software engineer and Java technology evangelist, contains .
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Traps, Pitfalls, and Corner Cases.
Open Preview See a Problem? My library Help Advanced Book Search. Start Free Trial No credit card required. I found a lot of the puzzles more annoying than educational especially the problems regarding unicode.
Jan 27, Christian Brumm rated it it was ok Shelves: So to say the least, he knows his stuff. Lists with This Book. Jjavapages. Do you like brainteasers?
Abdalla rated it really liked it Mar 20, Not terribly useful or entertaining but the appendix is worth going through. It is a real eye-opener to the kind of traps in your code you wouldn’t even imagine could be there. An expose of Java’s known and not so known dirty secrets. Each “puzzler” is formulated where a puzzle typically in the form of a code snippet is given, jpshua the reader is encouraged to try and predict what the output will be, or why the code is incorrect.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. How well do you really know Java? Preview — Java Jlshua by Joshua Bloch. Book Description “Every programming language has its quirks. A handy catalog of traps and pitfalls at the back of the book provides a concise taxonomy for future reference. Solve these puzzles and you’ll never again fall prey to the counterintuitive or obscure behaviors that can fool even the most experienced programmers.
This books has a lot of good puzzles designed to make you think about how Java works. Notes on the Illusions References Index. He was previously a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems, where he led the development of the Java compiler and implemented the Java language features in joshu 1.
Java Puzzlers: Traps, Pitfalls, and Corner Cases – Joshua Bloch, Neal Gafter – Google Books
A book that’ll make every Java developer go of “What? Mildy interesting, but not the kind of thing you’d want to use for interview questions. Do read this book if: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Josh led the design and implementation of numerous Java platform features, including JDK 5. Then this is the book for you! Great way to learn the corner cases of the Java language up to Java 5. As a fairly experienced Java developer I found myself surprised ppuzzlers the vast majority of the puzzlers.
Java Puzzlers: Traps, Pitfalls, and Corner Cases
Can you figure out what it does? This lively book reveals oddities of the Java programming language through entertaining and thought-provoking programming puzzles. The solutions puzzlerd well beyond a simple explanation of the program’s behavior–they show you how to avoid the underlying traps and pitfalls for good. From an academic “curiosity” point of view the book is quite intriguing.
The author Joshua Bloch is well known as the author of “Effective Java” which is widely regarded as the premier text for the language, and furthermore he is one the designers and authors of the Java Collections Framework. Solve these puzzles and you’ll never again fall prey to the counterintuitive or obscure behaviors that can fool even the most experienced programmers. Have you ever spent days chasing a bug caused by a trap or pitfall in Java or its libraries?
Antaris86 rated it it was amazing Feb 14, The solutions go well beyond a simple explanation of the program’s behavior–they show you how to avoid the underlying traps and pitfalls for good. Can you figure out what it does? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. If you are a Java-Guru this might be fun to read. The programming languages guy in me found this fascinating ex: For a typical Java developer you’ll almost never run into most of the tidbits in this book.