From the Back Cover
A guru in the field gets you started programming with Java
As one of the most popular languages for building web applications, Java is often the first language that programmers learn to use. This self-paced book-and-video combination is an ideal introduction to the world of programming with Java. With it and the Java Development Kit, you can compile your first program. Assuming little or no programming experience, the easy-to-follow lessons are reinforced by step-by-step instructions on the DVD that demonstrate how to execute each task, allowing you to master Java programming quickly and seamlessly.
Java Programming 24-Hour Trainer:
Teaches you the variety of Java-related technologies that are most in demand
Covers the fundamental concepts, important terms, and best practices of programming with Java for real-world applications
Covers the latest release of Java EE 6 used for developing server-side applications
Walks you through writing and architecting practical Java applications
Includes instructions for preparing for technical job interviews
Wrox guides are crafted to make learning programming languages and technologies easier than you think. Written by programmers for programmers, they provide a structured, tutorial format that will guide you through all the techniques involved.
On the DVD
You'll learn to:
Understand Java basics
Program with abstract classes and interfaces
Develop UI with Java Swing
Explore concurrent execution
Read data from the Internet
Send e-mails with Java
Work with Application Server
Develop web applications with Servlets, JSP, and JSF
Design with EJB and messaging
Please see the DVD appendix for details and complete system requirements.
About the Author
works as a software architect for Farata Systems, a company that provides consulting services in the field of development of enterprise applications. He has authored several technical books and many articles on software development. Sun Microsystems has nominated and awarded Mr. Fain with the title of Java Champion, which has been presented to only a hundred and fifty people in the world. He leads the Princeton Java Users Group. Yakov's Twitter id is @yfain.