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by Per B. Hansen

eBook Programming for Everyone in Java epub
  • ISBN: 0387986839
  • Author: Per B. Hansen
  • Genre: Techno
  • Subcategory: Programming Languages
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; Corrected edition (August 4, 2000)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1638 kb
  • FB2 size 1625 kb
  • Formats docx lit mbr azw


Introductory programming course may be taught in several ways

The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. Introductory programming course may be taught in several ways. Examples and exercises are probably one of the strongest features of the textbook.

This book will show students how to write understandable computer programs in Java.

Programming for Everyone in Java. Authors: Hansen, Per B.

It assumes you know very little or nothing about how computers work. Programming for Everyone in Java.

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Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (life; Computer Pioneer award 2002). This book assumes very little or no knowledge of how computers work, and shows how to write understandable programs in Java.

Автор: Hansen Название: Programming for Everyone in Java .

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Per Brinch Hansen was born in Frederiksberg, an enclave surrounded by Copenhagen, Denmark. His father, Jørgen Brinch Hansen, worked as a civil engineer, becoming a leading expert in soil mechanics, and later accepting a professorship at Technical University of Denmark.

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This book assumes very little or no knowledge of how computers work, and shows how to write understandable programs in Java. Even though most readers will not wish to become professional programmers, programming is fun and useful, and, in today's world it is important for professionals in any field to appreciate what computers can (and cannot) do well. To reach this level of understanding, Per Brinch Hansen goes beyond the routine skills of a computer user and explains the art of programming in some depth, allowing readers to write Java programs for use on the WWW or company's Intranet. Although a book about programming with Java, the same methods can be used for systematic programming in such languages as C, Fortran, and Pascal. The book makes a splendid text for a one semester course on beginning programming and is backed by teaching aids available at the author's Website.
Comments: (4)
Naa
Rather reserved reviews can be found on the Internet (and probably in journals, too) on the textbook Programming for Everyone in Java by Per Brinch Hansen. It seems, much of disappointment among public stems from the fact, that Programming for Everyone in Java is not a textbook of the Java language but about very basics of the craft of programming. Introductory programming course may be taught in several ways. Programming for Everyone in Java doesn't suit well the objects-first" approach, often associated with teaching the Java language; nonetheless it is a gentle introduction to programming that anyone can accept easily. Examples and exercises are probably one of the strongest features of the textbook. Although they don't require anything more than textual input and output, they illustrate well the lessons, they are intuitive and interesting. The students, who are not oriented technically or mathematically wellcome that this one, unlike other textbooks, takes the examples and exercises from ordinary life instead from just mathematics. The textbook emphasizes several topics that the students always underestimate but that I can appreciate as a teacher, who knows what is going to come in the advanced course, and what skills are desirable to learn in the very beginning: writing source code easy to understand, specifying every task concisely, documenting every program, technique of stepwise refinement of nontrivial tasks, preparing test cases from the very beginning, and last but not least, sense of the beautiful design. The textbook approves very well for the last three years in my introductory programming courses. I published a more detailed survey on my web pages. For more details contact me by e-mail [...]
Lanadrta
I recently bought this book while looking for books for my younger brother to learn programming with. I bought this book as a bridge between him knowing nothing and him starting in on "Thinking in Java" by Eckel. It is aimed towards someone new to programming who needs to get basic concepts common to any language (loops, I/O, variables, breaking a problem into pieces, etc.) and covers up throught the beginnings of O.O. It is a well thought out book and has exercises that range from relatively easy to challenging. It will be most helpful (like any intro book) combined with an experienced programmer to ask questions of. This book will not teach you all of the cool new features of Java, but if you have little to no prior programming experience, this will help you.
Grarana
I'm sorry, but I've never had a worse textbook for a programming class. I actually took this class at Syracuse University with Professor Hansen, but it didn't help much. My advice for most readers out there would definitely be not to buy this book. It gives little to no explanation for any action keywords that are used in java, and in order to use the book, you have to get his own special text program to use the classes he calls for. The one redeeming factor is the examples in the book, which are not plentiful, but are well thought out and insightful. But on the overall, don't buy this book!
Tygokasa
It is an interesting book to read and the examples, exercises make it lots of fun. Quite readable all through.
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