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My study group partner (C. Buhrmann) and I wrote and published a Java book that we think will help students to look up, organize and get Java quicker. The handy book is the product of evaluating our study experience from beginning Java courses through programmer certification and asking, what should we have done different?
Effort seeking to understand connected topics slowed-down our study progress worst. These intertwined more advanced topics sidetracked our study sessions and set us back. Without a quick fingertip access to these haunting topics, we searched through many a text, often in vain. Does this sound familiar? Can it be helped?
�Java Power Source� is a compact manual with a broad range of topics, a detailed table of contents, and wide-spanned glossary & index, that�s also economical at $25-$30. It�s a well organized bird�s eye view of Java, promoting quicker study through handy contents, reducing the �What Does it Mean?� and �Where�s the Answer?� quandaries. The 7�X10� - 270 pages include just the facts.
The book is available at www.javapowersource.com through a Bank of America secure web store where you will also find the table of contents, book excerpts, and the bulk of code examples. �Java Power Source� is also available through Amazon.com, where it has started selling. If our study dilemma is familiar, why don�t you give this book a try?
We hope that students will benefit from our comprehensive & compact approach in presenting Java. In turn we hope our next edition will benefit from your feedback, and that we may harvest the rewards of sowing our time, effort, and cost in producing this book. (It proved to be a bit more than we had expected.) Your comments are welcome. Please lookup our website.
Thank you,
Luis Gonzalez
 
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