This week's book giveaway is in the Java in General forum.
We're giving away four copies of Java by Comparison (eBook) and have Simon Harrer, Jörg Lenhard, Linus Dietz on-line!
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Since this is Version2.0 on this topic, is it a book for a complete novice like me?
Does it have illustrated codes and detailed explanations about the whereabouts of this platform?
 
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Since this is Version2.0 on this topic, is it a book for a complete novice like me?



It is designed for a complete novice to Android. It does assume experience with Java programming, though, and having developed widget-based GUIs (Swing, SWT, .NET/MFC, etc.) would be helpful.

Does it have illustrated codes and detailed explanations about the whereabouts of this platform?



Yes!
 
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Wow...thanks mark. This sounds an interesting book-content.
 
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