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The Elements of Java Style

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A book by Allan Vermeulen

"This is a great book for the beginner or intermediate developer -- experts should already know this stuff. It will help you create better, cleaner, more easily maintained code. If you work with other developers, I recommend getting several copies for … see full wiki

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Author: Allan Vermeulen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
1 review about The Elements of Java Style

Ideal for coders from students to experts

  • Mar 24, 2003
In the Spring semester of 2003, I am teaching a class in software engineering and the students are creating a large program that is to be written in Java. Not all of the students are experienced in Java, so they are required to learn the language as they follow the rules of software development. At the time when the textbooks were selected, I was not aware of this book and that is unfortunate. It is an excellent quick reference to a set of rules that will point you in the direction of much cleaner and efficient Java code.
In all future classes where I am either teaching Java or having the students use Java to write large programs, this book will be a required acquisition. I have already placed it on my textbook list for software engineering in the Spring of 2004.

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