Java Concurrency in Practice

May 25, 2007

java-concurrency.gifThis is now one of my favorite books on Java which I am probably going to read again just to be sure I have soaked up as much information as I can. This is a practical book written by a practical person who understands his audience, engineers. He is straight to the point with his code examples and doesnt bore you to death explaining every little detail or referencing lines of code and functions 8 pages back. I wish more technical writers would be this concise and straight to the point. There is something to be said for any technical writer who can get their message across with fewer words. No where else can I think of a better example of the old adage “less is more”. I would highly recommend this book to any engineer, especially associates.

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