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Question For Cay Horstmann - Moving From java6 to java8

 
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Hi Cay good luck with the book.

In work the decision has been made to move from Java6 to Java8.

My question is does your book highlight in which java version new editions to the java language were made.

Regards Kevin.
 
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If you are fluent in Java 6, you should get "Java SE 8 for the Really Impatient". It will get you up to speed for Java 8, which seems like what you need for work. I think you'll like the new features.

Cheers,

Cay
 
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