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i am finished reading kathey ciera's book.so i like to know a advanced book for core java.can any one give me good ebook or video tutorials ?
 
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i am finished reading kathey ciera's book.


Which one - Head First Java? What are you interested in learning now?
 
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may be.i did basic in core java.i need advanced book.it is better it contain with a project rather than only including concept?
 
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There are a few books available with projects in eg Stephen Holzner, Java After Hours, and Herbert Schildt and James Holmes, the Art of Java.
 
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I would recommend Effective Java, 2E, by Joshua Bloch.

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In my opinion the best general-purpose Java book is Horstmann and Cornell. Make sure to get an up to date edition.
 
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Agreed. The latest version is the 8th edition for both volumes one and two.

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can anyone tell me there any video tutorials for this books?
 
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Java Concurrency in Practice is another good read.
 
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can anyone tell me place to dodnload this ebook?
 
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He didn't say it was an ebook, and we will not allow a link unless it is free and legal and I do not believe this book is available as a free and legal download.

I removed the name of the book in case anyone misunderstands.
 
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