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Will a " Head First Java 7 " book be published by the same authors?

 
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Hi guys ! I started out with java with "Head First Java 5" , it was really a superb book .

And the Head First series is a real innovation !!

So I am looking forward for more books in "Head First " series for java like

"Head First Swing" ,

"Head First Java 7 ",

"Head First JavaFX " etc..

from the same authors Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates

And thank you both for this forum too
 
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I'm not sure that Bert and Kathy will ever write "Head First Swing" or "Head First JavaFX", because I've never seen either of them discuss either topic. Bert is a Sheriff here, and I can't remember having seen him in the Swing / AWT forum at all since I became a staff member four years ago.

But why would you need Bert or Kathy to write these books? Head First Servlets and JSP is a good book, and it's written by others. There are many, many good books written by other authors.

That said, I do admit that I like Bert and Kathy's writing. I've read both the SCJP 1.4 and SCJP 5.0 preparation guides (the latter for my SCJP 6 exam) and they've been great help.
 
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Alright , then can suggest me some java books that I should read , I have finished reading my "HEAD FIRST Java" .

Suggest books that a java developer should not miss out
 
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Richards Milan wrote:

Suggest books that a java developer should not miss out



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