About the Book :
The book is written in such a way that learners without any background in programming are able to follow and understand it entirely. It discusses the concepts of Java in a simple and straightforward language with a clear cut explanation, without beating around the bush. The book provides ample solved programs which could be used by the students not only in their examinations but also to remove the fear of programming from their minds. It also covers sample interview questions which were asked in various interviews. It helps students to prepare for their future careers.
About the Author :
Mr. R Nageswara Rao has been associated with teaching Computer Science since 1993. He has worked at various Colleges as Head of the Dept (Dept. of Computers) and as a free lance developer for some time for a couple of Organizations. He has been teaching Java since 2000, and currently associated with INet Solv Solutions, Hyderabad, a prestigious training division, imparting specialized training in Java. Mr. R Nageswara Rao is teaching and interacting with more than 1000 new students every month, including software developers, and foreign students.Since 1998, Mr. R Nageswara Rao is associated with 'Computer Vignanam', a widely circulated monthly magazine, published in Telugu. He has been on the editorial board of this magazine for the last six years. He published several articles, including articles on Virtual Reality, Mobile communications, Blue tooth technology, Global positioning systems etc. He also published hundreds of articles on C/C++ and Java.
Interesting Facts :
-Understand concepts of Java Language-Understand Data Types and Literals-Work with Conditional Statements-Apply OOPS in Java-Work with Abstract Classes and Interfaces-Perform TypeCasting-Work with Built-in and User Defined Packages-Handle errors and Exceptions-Use Wrapper Classes-Use array for storing the group of objects-Create a file using streams-Zip and Unzip files in Java-Create Single and Multithread Applications-Create GUI Applications with AWT and Swing-Create an Applet-Work with Generic and Java Database Connectivity
All About NetworksIntroduction To JavaFirst Step Towards Java ProgrammingNaming Conventions And Data TypesOperators In JavaControl Statements In JavaInput And OutputArraysStringsString Buffer And String BuilderIntroduction To OopsClasses And ObjectsMethods In JavaRelationship Between ObjectsInheritancePolymorphismType CastingAbstract ClassesInterfacesPackagesException HandlingWrapper ClassesThe Collection FrameworkStreams And FilesNetworking In JavaThreadsGraphics Programming Using AWTGraphics Programming Using SwingGraphics Programming - Layout ManagersAppletsGeneric TypesJava Database Connectivity