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Just Published: Murach's Java SE 6

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Learn how to develop 3-tier, object-oriented, database applications in Java the way the top professionals do. This latest edition of Murach's core Java book shows you how…and then serves as a quick, on-the-job reference.

Mike Murach & Associates has just published a new edition of their classic core Java book, now entitled Murach's Java SE 6.
As its title suggests, this new edition now covers SE 6 enhancements like the StAX API for handling XML data, automatic database driver loading, iterable SQL exceptions, and the Derby database that comes with Java SE 6.

But the real purpose of this book is to teach Java to those who are new to the language. So it still uses all the training features that have proven so effective in earlier editions dating back to 2001:

  • It provides a fast start, enabling trainees to write bulletproof, object-oriented applications with business classes and objects after just 6 chapters
  • Chapters 7 and 8 take the mystery out of object-oriented programming by using real-world business applications to demonstrate key concepts like inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism (business examples make it easier to transfer these concepts to the job than examples that use more whimsical objects, like cats and dogs)
  • Summaries detailing the most common constructors and methods of the most useful classes help trainees focus on what's crucial so they can start mastering the abundance of information in the Java API without being overwhelmed…and save time in the process
  • The paired-pages design…with class summaries, sample code, and bulleted reminders on the righthand page backed by extra perspective on the left…breaks the material down into manageable topics and makes the book easy to use as a reference
  • The functional structure is reflected in the “how to? chapter titles and subheadings, making it easier to zero in on the skills you want to learn next

The Murach web site at http://www.murach.com/books/jse6/index.htm describes Murach's Java SE 6 in detail. It includes a detailed table of contents for the book, as well as links for downloading sample chapters and the book applications for free.


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