More Java Pitfalls: 50 New Time-Saving Solutions and Workarounds

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Wiley Pub., Mar 14, 2003 - Computers - 480 pages
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  • Building on the success of Java Pitfalls (0-471-36174-7), this book provides more specific programming solutions to fifty difficult Java programming problems
  • Shows experienced programmers how to identify and avoid weaknesses in Java and related J2EE technologies that can cause programs to go haywire
  • Explores advanced topics including networking, XML and Java programming, and the Java Virtual Machine

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Contents

Part One The Client Tier
1
When Runtime execO Wont
4
NIO Performance and Pitfalls
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MICHAEL C. DACONTA is Director of Web and Technology Services for McDonald Bradley, Inc., where he develops advanced Java systems. He is the author of numerous programming books on C, C++, Java, and XML.
KEVIN T. SMITH is a Principal Software Architect at McDonald Bradley, Inc., where he develops Java-based Internet security solutions.
DONALD AVONDOLIO is a Senior Architect/Developer at McDonald Bradley, Inc.
W. CLAY RICHARDSON is a Senior Architect/Developer at McDonald Bradley, Inc., where he currently serves as a development team lead.

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