On Jul 26 Kedar Mhaswade wrote: The Book for Java Generics
I appreciate this book mainly because it tries to "inform", not "impress". Many (even popular) technical books tend to do the opposite. With lucid examples, the book helps getting to the bottom of the "whys". It also brings out the synergy between the Java 5 language features that makes the whole greater than just the sum of its parts. Full Review  >

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On May 30 Munish Gupta wrote: "Java Generics and Collections" by Maurice Naftalin and Philip Wadler: O'Reilly
The book is good read for beginner to intermediate programmers who have been working with Java and now want to start using the Generics and collections. Code examples cover what is wrong with the older model and how the new libraries fix the problem. Overall a must have book for any serious Java programmer. Full Review  >

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