Master Java development with this award-winning multimedia CD-ROM and book package!
Introducing Web programming with servlets, JSP™, and JDBC™, and OOD with UML and Design Patterns
- Master today’s key Java development skills hands on, with real programs and expert instruction from world-renowned authors and corporate trainers!
- Listen and learn as Deitel & Associates trainers and authors describe 219 programs (23,000+ lines of code) in 17+ hours of detailed audio instruction
- Coverage includes syntax, program control, object-oriented development, graphics, GUI development, exception handling, multithreading, files/streams, networking, multimedia, data structures, collections and more!
- Features a complete UML/OOD case study with in-depth coverage of object-oriented design, use case and class diagrams, association, composition—and even statechart, activity, sequence and collaboration diagrams!
- Includes the best-selling, 1,536-page Java text Java How to Program, Fifth Edition—in print and searchable electronic version on CD-ROM
Created by leading corporate trainers Deitel & Associates, Inc., this hands-on, interactive training course combines the world’s #1 Java training CD-ROM—The Java 2 Multimedia Cyber Classroom, Fifth Edition—and the leading Java textbook, Java How to Program, Fifth Edition. Start with basic syntax, then master flow, control, methods, arrays, objects, strings, graphics, GUI development, exceptions, multithreading, files/streams, networking, multimedia, data structures, collections and more. This new edition contains enhanced coverage of inheritance and polymorphism, NIO, Web development with JDBC™, servlets and JSP™. It also contains an end-to-end object-oriented design learning experience, fully updated for the latest UML™ standard. With its unique combination of live code, audio commentary and in-depth printed and online explanations, you’ll master Java faster than you ever thought possible!
- More than 17 hours of detailed audio instruction walks you through 219 complete, ready-to-run programs—23,000+ lines of live code you can load, run and adapt! Key code segments are highlighted in yellow.
- Test your knowledge with hundreds of interactive self-review questions and programming exercises.
- Get fast, in-depth answers from the fully searchable electronic copy of Java How to Program, Fifth Edition!
- Discover hundreds of tips and ideas for maximizing performance, interoperability and reusability—and for avoiding and troubleshooting problems!
The World’s #1 Introductory Java Developer’s Guide!
- Start-to-finish, 1,536-page guide to development with Java!
- Covers all this: application and applet development, Swing GUIs, event handling, Web/Internet programming with servlets, JSP and JDBC, object-oriented development, graphics/multimedia, networking, I/O, data structures, collections and more!
- Includes comprehensive object-oriented design case study using the newest version of the UML standard!
- Contains hundreds of tips and tricks for building more robust, reliable, portable, high-performance code
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Bonus 2nd CD-ROM contains SUN J2SE™ 1.4.1 Software Development Kit, Sun ONE Studio 4 Community Edition integrated development environment and more!
Windows® 98/NT 4/2000/XP
200 MB disk space
64 MB RAM
Sound card support
Raves for Deitel Development Books and Training Courses!
I recently purchased The Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom. I found this multimedia disc to be the best investment I ever made. This interactive way of presenting Java is awesome...if you have anything like this for other programs, I want to purchase all of them.
I’ve been working with Java for about a year and have worked through a number of books—including a book in preparation for the Sun Java Programmer’s Certification—but yours is the best so far, and I am only on Chapter 4. I’m talking about the 3rd edition of Java How to Program. I like everything about it: the tips, summaries, terminology, programming errors and good programming practices, and all the exercises. Your teaching style is recursive, and that is about the best compliment I know—I believe it is the best way to teach. With any luck, I will be ready for the test in a few months. So, thanks!