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I am really thankful to you for head first java. It helped me a lot to
learn basis oop in java.
But i have few complains.

1. in head first c# and head first c, there are at least 3 lab
projects where anybody can learn put all the things together. but in
head first java there is no such projects Why? If there were at least
3 projects where from design to finish had written, then any body
could learn better. Put all the things together is very important.
will you add at least 3 projects in Upcoming head first java?

2.Head first c# has 3rd ed. But when 3rd ed of head first java will be
published?


hope you will reply.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Different people write the different books, so you cannot expect to read the same things in every book. I believe the old Head First Java was the earliest book in the Head First series (but am not sure) so the C and C# books may be learning from the experience of the older book.
I believe that Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates are working on a third edition to include Java8, but I don't know how far the project has got. There was nothing about a new edition on the O'Reilly website when I looked about a week ago.

Sorry I can't help you any more.
 
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