Topics: Core JavaAWTSwingRMIJSPEJBJDBCServlets Threads Java utilJMS NetworkingJava Coding Standards.Clarity and Maintainability.Core Java Database Issues.==================Actually Like all other computer languages, the elements of Java do not exist in isolation. Rather, they work together to form the language as a whole. However, this interrelatedness can make it difficult to describe one aspect of Java without involving several others. Often a discussion of one feature implies prior knowledge of another. For this reason, this chapter presents a quick overview of several key features of Java. The material described here will give you a foothold that will allow you to write and understand simple programs. Most of the topics discussed will be examined in greater detail in the remaining chapters of Part 1.As we know in the past few years document the following fact: The Web has irrevocably recast the face of computing and programmers unwilling to master its environment will be left behind. The preceding is a strong statement. It is also true. More and more, applications must interface to the Web. It no longer matters much what the application is, near universal Web access is dragging, pushing, and coaxing programmers to program for the online world, and Java is the language that many will use to do it. Frankly, fluency in Java is no longer an option for the professional programmer, it is a requirement. This book will help you acquire it.Aside from being the preeminent language of the Internet, Java is important for another reason: it has altered the course of computer language development. Many of the features first mainstreamed by Java are now finding their way into other languages. For example, the new C# language is strongly influenced by Java. Knowledge of Java opens the door to the latest innovations in programming. Put directly, Java is one of the world's most important computer languages.A Book for All Programmers To use this book does not require any previous programming experience. However, if you come from a C/C++ background, then you will be able to advance a bit more rapidly. As most readers will know, Java is similar, in form and spirit, to C/C++. Thus, knowledge of those languages helps, but is not necessary. Even if you have never programmed before, you can learn to program in Java using this book.This book will help you acquire it.Aside from being the preeminent language of the Internet, Java is important for another reason: it has altered the course of computer language development.
|Title||:||Java Interview Questions and Answers|