Francesco Valle

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Hi Bert,

thank you for your answer. I have read lots of good comments about your book, and I was really interested in reading it!
Anyway I will follow your advice! Maybe I will read the next edition!

Cheers,
Francesco
9 years ago
Thank you for the preview! ;)

When do you think the book will be available on the online shops?

Thank you,
Francesco
Hi,

I work for a IT company, but I am not working directly on Java. Anyway I would like to take this certification.
I am studying at home (after work) and I would like to buy the "OCA Java SE 7 Programmer I Study Guide" to improve my Java SE skills.

Do you think it would be enough for me to reach my goals?

Thank you and bye,
Francesco
Hi guys,

I would like to review Java to study for the new Java 7 certification (OCA for the moment, then I will go for the OCP). I am looking for a good book.
Do you think this would be good, even if it is about Java 5?

When do you think will be released a new version?

Thank you and bye,
Francesco
9 years ago
Great! I was waiting for it!
When (and if) do you think it will be available on amazon.it? (the Italian web-site)

Thank you and bye,
Francesco
Thank you guys, I will try to pay more attention to performances in the future!

Cheers,
Francesco

Eric Pascarello wrote:Depends on memory available, Bug report with Chrome: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=127990

Eric



So it depends on the client only (supposing we are not killing the server with our calls, obviously! )!
This means that if I deploy a new website that uses multithreading, I have to pay attention to the client (I should have different limits in case the user uses Chrome, Firefox, Explorer, or it is on a mobile device!)

It is this the logic to be applied, or there is another (and better) methodology?

Thank you and bye,
Francesco
Hi,

I use the occasion of the presentation of the book from Ido Green to ask something I always wanted to know! (Maybe for some of you it will be very easy, sorry for this!)
How many threads it is possible to run at the same time? There is a prefixed limit, or it depends on the server/client resources?
Given that at the moment several web-sites are really heavy (they needs really a lot of RAM due to JavaScript and jQuery scripts, you need simply to open 3 or 4 web-sites at the same time), don't you think it would be dangerous using multithreads in JavaScript without any limitation?

Thank you and bye,
Francesco