Java Primer Plus guides the reader through the Java programming language from the basic concepts (basic syntax, variable, literals, operators, loops, conditional statements, etc.) through advanced topics (RMI, JDBC, Network socket programming, etc.). It provides a deep explanation of Java programming concepts and technologies using classroom tested and proven techniques. What makes this book unique is that it spends the last part showing the reader how to integrate Java technologies into everyday Web related practices and with other technologies.
Steve Haines has worked in the enterprise software industry for the past eight years and has been focusing on Java since 1997. He has been filling key architectural roles in the areas of B2B e-commerce, high-speed Internet marketing, application monitoring and diagnosis, and robust client and server-side image layout and management over the past few years. He is currently the J2EE Domain Architect for Quest Software and is responsible for defining the expert rules for tuning and monitoring Enterprise Java applications and application servers.
He is the author of Que Publishing's Java 2 from Scratch and has numerous articles on InformIT.com in the areas of Java Swing and Enterprise Java. He shares author credits on Java Web Services Unleashed, C++ Unleashed, Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, and Sams Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days. He has also worked as a technical editor for Pearson Education in areas of Java, Enterprise Java, Network Communications, C++, and video-game programming. Steve has taught all aspects of Java programming from basic certification training through Database, Web Development, and Enterprise JavaBeans at Learning Tree University (LTU). Steve recently enrolled in a Bachelor's of Biblical Studies at Calvary Chapel Bible College.
Steve Potts is an independent consultant, author, and Java instructor in Atlanta, Georgia. Steve received his Computer Science degree in 1982 from Georgia Tech. He has worked in a number of disciplines during his 20-year career, with manufacturing being his deepest experience. Steve has consulted for such companies as Home Depot, Disney, and IBM. His previous books include Java Unleashed and Java 1.2 How-To. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I. INTRODUCTION.1. Introduction to Java.
II. OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING.6. Classes.
III. GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES.13. Abstract Window Toolkit.
IV. ADVANCED TOPICS.18.Threads.
V. WEB TECHNOLOGIES.21. Servlets.