Effective Java - Still Effective After All These Years

Joshua Bloch serves up a few Java Puzzlers as an appetizer before and as dessert after the main course on Effective Java. Organized By: Silicon Valley Web JUG - Van Riper and Kevin Nilson Hosted and Sponsored By: Google Video By: Marakana Event: http://www.meetup.com/sv-web-jug/calendar/10878461/ Slides: http://files.meetup.com/1381525/still-effective.ppt.pdf

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