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Huge chunks of code get explained in just a line naffalin two leaving the reader wondering about the details. This book is a real gem. I’d highly recommend this book jafa you’re looking into generics in general, or even just using the Java Collections framework. By far the best book on the topic, it provides a crystal clear tutorial that starts with the basics and ends leaving the reader with a deep understanding of both the use and design of generics.

Although the front cover seems to suggest that Collections are given less attentions than Generics, that is not the case: Thorough and very practical discussion of performance implications and tradeoffs. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Java Generics and Collections by Philip Wadler and Maurice Naftalin (2006, Paperback)

I also feel too broad an audience is covered. The second part of the book covers Collections framework which you won’t find interesting if you already worked with Java Collections. A beautiful and detailed explanation Paperback1st Editionpages. Feb 26, Marius Collectuons rated it really liked it. We all know that java generics is a hard to swallow topic but this book makes it easy to understand decisions behind the generics and gives some best practices.


About this product Synopsis Java Generics was probably the most important feature added to the Java Language for Java 5.

No fanciful business problems that we will magically be able to solve with the help of Java Generics Man. A ‘must’ for any working Java programmer. This book explains why the effort is well worth the gains and teaches Java developers how to use a generic library, how to write a generic library and specify collection types, and how to generify an existing library of legacy code.

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Mar 16, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: Well most of books for beginners do teach little amount of collections. Show More Show Less. Gives good insight of Collections.

Utterly satisfying depth of coverage. Harry Potter Years by J. As for me i was interested in the second part of it which is “Collections”. By Philip WadlerMaurice Naftalin. There are no discussion vollections on this book yet.

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As coplections me i was interested i Finally, i’ve read this book! Lists with This Book. Philip Wadler is Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh, where his research focuses on the design of programming languages.


Nov 04, Umang Bhatt rated it really liked it Shelves: The most comprehensive book on Generics as well as collection. See details for additional description. Beyond the basics, generics are a difficult subject to understand. While it certainly provides the details on generic and collections, it has its “Computer Science ” moments.

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Java Generics and Collections, like me, straddles two worlds. Everything you ever wanted to know about collections and generics I’m not making fun of your ignorance Jun 22, Steven Raspudic rated it really liked it.

Feb 17, Christian rated it it was ok. Aditya Gore on JavaLobby: And it does so with moderate success. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Apr 25, Spencer rated it really liked it Shelves: Oct 05, David Ahlbeck rated it really liked it.

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