Robert Simmons, Jr.

Robert Simmons, Jr. started programming when floppy disks were really floppy and 64 KB of RAM was considered state of the art. From his early days of programming BASIC and Logo on an Apple IIe, he advanced through Pascal and C to arrive in the object-oriented realm of C++. When Java was first introduced, he knew that the infant language would become a serious player among corporations; Robert learned Java and began using it as his primary language for programming in 1997. He lives and works as a senior software architect in Germany.

Hardcore Java Hardcore Java
by Robert Simmons, Jr.
March 2004
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