Are you tired of constantly finding errors in your Java code? Fed up with not being able to understand what you have written, making it difficult to identify those errors? And how many times has your code been criticized by others for a lack of readability or for not being efficient?
In Java: Best Practices to Programming Code with Java, the information found here is designed to make things easier for you.
This book will tell you the right way to lay out your code, why it should be done that way, and show you several examples. You are about to discover....
- The essential guidelines on how to effectively format your Java code for best results!
- The common mistakes of Java coding - and how to fix them!
- Practice proper naming conventions for coding efficiency
- The right way for Java files, statements, variables, conditionals and numbers to be written!
- How and when to use Java comments
- How to use white space correctly
- And much, much more!
Added Benefits of owning this book:
- Gain a better grasp of efficient and effective Java code to achieve programming success
- Speed up your programming abilities by avoiding time-wasting mistakes
- Gain the most important Best Practice concepts in your path towards Java programming mastery!
Learning Java can help you in many ways both professionally and personally. By implementing the lessons in this book, not only would you learn one of today's most popular computer languages, but it will serve as your guide in accomplishing your Java goals.
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Not suitable as an audio book
Really? I thought it is a bad joke when I heard the talker reading out loud pages of source code character by character. Ah yeah right, now I understand the issue with the code.
Don't make an audio book if the content does not suit for it. I thought they would talk about programming techniques on a more abstract level.