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Book Club - February 2015 : "Java Puzzlers" by Joshua Bloch & Neal Gafter

 
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Howdy folks,

Welcome to the Bunkhouse Lounge! This is where we come to talk about our favourite books, discuss what we like, don’t like, don’t understand, anything at all. There’s enough room for everyone so drop in and make yourself comfortable.

For the Month of February we are inviting you to read Joshua Bloch & Neal Gafter's “Java Puzzlers” with us. Grab yourself a copy and join in the discussions!

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Amazon (US) - Java Puzzlers by Joshua Bloch & Neal Gafter
 
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Have had a copy for ages.
 
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I had not read it before (shame on me) and I found it quite entertaining. What's your favourite puzzle?
 
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Whichever I can solve without having to read the answers. I got the one about odd/even first time.
 
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One thing I found useful about that book is the list showing what the difference between hiding shadowing and obscuring is.
 
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