Java by Kim Bruce
An Eventful Approach

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Java, an object-oriented language with many standard libraries, offers both complexities and opportunities. This introductory book makes use of a new approach to understanding programming in Java. Provides an objects-first approach to programming. Introduces object-oriented graphics and writing methods early in the book. Motivates readers to use event-driven programming. Reinforces the importance of understanding several threads. For anyone interested in the programming language of Java.
 

About Kim Bruce

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Kim B. Bruce, Reuben C. and Eleanor Winslow Professor of Computer Science at Pomona College, holds a Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin at Madison, and formerly taught at Williams College and Princeton University. He has served on several national curriculum committees in computer science, and earned the 2005 SIGCSE award for outstanding contributions to CS education.Andrea Pohoreckyj Danyluk, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Williams, holds a Ph.D. from Columbia, and has contributed to the ACM/IEEE Task Force' on Computing Curricula.Thomas P. Murtagh, Professor of Computer Science at Williams, holds a Ph.D. from Cornell and formerly taught at Purdue. He has published on CS pedagogy and curricular design, and on topics ranging from compiler optimization to operating system design.
 
Published August 8, 2005 by Pearson. 675 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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