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Please give me a couple of reasons for buying your book, being a java amateur

 
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Hi, Robert Liguori and Ryan Cuprak: i have no intent at all to make any exams or whatsoever, since i am a self-taught java student
i have to confess i was captivated by your first paraghraph, were you suggest that one who knows well this IDE will improve his overall knowledge in ee java.
Is this for real? will i grow as a programmer (making dramatic improvements) if i read the book?

thanks in advance for your answer
 
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If you haven't used any of the following, I would consider studying for the certification so you will get familiar with these resources:

--> NetBean's Profiler
--> NetBean's Debuggers
--> NetBean's Database Explorer
--> NetBean's Refactoring Support
--> NetBean's HTTP Server-Side Monitor
--> NetBean's integration support with JUnit
--> NetBean's integration support with version control systems

Thanks for the question,
Robert
 
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hmm, so i guess reading the book will, for once, introduce me to Profiling and Debug stuff

thank you
 
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