Java in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference, 7th Edition

Java in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference, 7th Edition

AUTHOR: Benjamin J. Evans; David Flanagan

PUBLISHER: O'Reilly Media

PAGES: 458

ISBN-10: 1492037257; ISBN-13: 978-1492037255

This updated edition of Java in a Nutshell not only helps experienced Java programmers get the most out of Java versions 9 through 11, it’s also a learning path for new developers. Chock full of examples that demonstrate how to take complete advantage of modern Java APIs and development best practices, this thoroughly revised book includes new material on Java Concurrency Utilities.

The book’s first section provides a fast-paced, no-fluff introduction to the Java programming language and the core runtime aspects of the Java platform. The second section is a reference to core concepts and APIs that explains how to perform real programming work in the Java environment.

* Get up to speed on language details, including Java 9-11 changes
* Learn object-oriented programming, using basic Java syntax
* Explore generics, enumerations, annotations, and lambda expressions
* Understand basic techniques used in object-oriented design
* Examine concurrency and memory, and how they’re intertwined
* Work with Java collections and handle common data formats
* Delve into Java’s latest I/O APIs, including asynchronous channels
* Use Nashorn to execute JavaScript on the Java Virtual Machine
* Become familiar with development tools in OpenJDK

About the Author
Ben Evans is an author, speaker, consultant and educator. He is co-founder of jClarity, a startup which delivers performance tools & services to help development & ops teams. He helps to organize the London Java Community and serves on the Java Community Process Executive Committee, helping define standards for the Java ecosystem. He is a Java Champion, JavaOne Rockstar Speaker and a Java Editor at InfoQ. Ben travels frequently and speaks regularly, all over the world.

David Flanagan is a computer programmer who spends most of his time writing about JavaScript and Java. His books with O'Reilly include Java in a Nutshell, Java Examples in a Nutshell, Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell, JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, and JavaScript Pocket Reference. David has a degree in computer science and engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He lives with his wife and children in the U.S. Pacific Northwest bewteen the cities of Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia. David has a blog at www.davidflanagan.com.

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HRMS & Payroll Web Application

Timekeeping System and Timesheet Processing

Paper timesheets daily time record is to track when employees start and end their work hours a day, but today's technologies used biometric finger scanner or other digital device to record daily time attendance In/Out. read more »

HRMS Employee Shift Schedule

Fixed shift schedule in every employee from Monday to Sunday is required during the processing of timesheet to get man-hour distribution report. This module designed a flexible shift because rest day work can occur in any days, just example of working in Shopping Mall that operates 7 days a week. read more »

HRMS Employee Online Account

Employee can check their available vacation leave, sick leave, pay slip or ability to work at home. Filing of overtime work, request temporary shift schedule and leave benefits is a convenient way using a paperless online form. read more »

Employee Self-Service Online Filing Form

Delegate work to your employees and get more productive right away with a smart self-service dashboard user account for every employee. Modern HR management tools can help you remove the daily routine task that the system can handle it automatically and easy. read more »

Broken Time Schedule Data Entry and Approval Form

Broken time schedule is not suitable on automating work distribution need module data entry to handle the accurate computation that system get the computed hours during the timesheet processing. The logic of computation is time difference for every time in/out entry that excess of regular 8 hours is overtime work. The approver decide if the overtime work is required to deduct 1 hour OT hour lunch break or OTND lunch break before it approve. read more »