This one-stop resource for exceptions and exception handling in the Javalanguage provides a comprehensive reference for Java developers. The abilityto create code that will properly deal with error conditions is crucial todeveloping effective applications in any programming language. This bookdescribes exceptions and exception handling in Java. It provides a referencethat both describes how exceptions work in Java technology, and explains howto effectively use them in applications. Incorporating helpful topics as bestpractices and discussions about how specific APIs represent error conditions,this book discusses the practice of exception handling from softwaredevelopment up to system architecture. In addition, it provides informationabout how to use exceptions during the phases of software development whichfocus on testing and debugging.
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Exception Handling, Testing and Debugging
Complete guide to Java platform exceptions and exception handling
Proven strategies for architects, designers, and developers
Key design patterns for exception management
Your one-stop tutorial & reference for Java exceptions and exception handling
Sorry, you're not perfect. And neither is your code. But you can build more robust software: code that handles unexpected problems gracefully, and keeps on running. In Robust Java, Sun Java expert Stephen Stelting shows you how. Using extensive code examples, Steve covers every facet of Java exceptions and exception handling, encompassing architecture, design, development, testing, and debugging. With the help of this book, you'll:
Robust Java covers the entire development lifecycle—and it will support you in any development role: programmer, tester, project manager, or architect. No book offers more useful, realistic guidance for building rock-solid, maintainable Java code.
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STEPHEN STELTING, an instructor for Sun's Center of Learning Excellence in Broomfield, CO, has taught a wide variety of introductory and advanced Java technologies to thousands of developers worldwide. A frequent speaker at conferences such as JavaOne, SunNetwork and the Colorado Software Summit, he is the co-author of Applied Java Patterns (Sun Microsystems Press/Prentice Hall PTR). He has well over a decade of experience in software development, consulting, and technical training.
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