For courses in Java-Introduction to Programming/CS1.
This text summarizes important idioms and best practices that a developer new to Java and object-oriented programming needs to know. The depth and clarity of its writing teaches new and experienced Java programmers how to get the most performance out of their Java code.
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Thank you for considering the Java 2 Performance and Idiom Guide. The goal of this book is to document the common idioms and optimization techniques that experienced Java developers should know. The topics are presented specifically for Java 2, including coverage of features such as the Collections Framework and the HotSpot JVM.
High Performance Java-write fast code
Our goal is to help catapult the beginner or intermediate Java developer over the chasm of performance pitfalls the Java platform challenges us with. Thus, the book includes a broad introduction to optimizing for speed and space, including:
Idioms in Java-write code fast
There are a wide variety of "tricks of the Java trade" or idioms that experienced Java developers apply to develop solid code. Like design patterns, coding idioms provide out-of-the-box solutions for many problems. Unlike design patterns, these idioms are very close to code and therefore take maximum advantage of the Java language and libraries. They include:
Craig Larman is an instructor and consultant with Object Space International, and author of the best-selling Applying UML and Patterns. He personally created and delivered the first course in UML, and has over 10 years experience in teaching object-oriented analysis and design. Larman is well-known for his involvement in conferences and seminars such as OOPSLA and Smalltalk Solutions '97.
Rhett Guthrie is a developer and designer at ObjectSpace. He was a key designer of Voyager, one of the firm's flagship products. He is now working on the forthcoming Voyager EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans).
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