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Getting Down to Business

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Ebook - 9781403907455

22 April 2002

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Java : Getting Down to Business is intended as a gentle introduction to Java programming for students with a non-technical background.

Grounded throughout in relevant business applications, the first section of the book...

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Java : Getting Down to Business is intended as a gentle introduction to Java programming for students with a non-technical background. Grounded throughout in relevant business applications, the first section of the book takes a slow approach to introducing the programming principles and concepts behind Java and object orientation. A major component of this introduction to the Java programming language is the initial use of libraries to get the students programming as quickly as possible. The following sections of the book go onto provide a review of the more practical aspects of graphical user interfaces, databases, software development and basic UML. Students from many differing backgrounds wanting to apply Java as a commercial technique will find this book relevant and useful. It is suitable for use on any introductory Java programming course on a range of degrees, including Business, Business Information Systems and Computer Science. First year students will find it particularly helpful but it is also appropriate for the level of postgraduate conversion courses. Key Features :· Relates programming to real-world use · Uses clear and understandable explanations · Provides over 100 worked examples · Appropriate coverage for 1 semester modulesFind case studies and additional chapters for this book at www.palgrave.com/resources.These materials will help to reinforce the programming and design techniques already learnt through specific business applications. Coverage includes:· Marketing / Advertising· Electronic Commerce· Information Management· Advanced Programing Techniques· Advanced GUI TopicsDr Colin McCormack is a lecturer in Management Information Systems at University College Cork where he teaches Java and C++ on the BIS and Ecommerce degree programmes. His previous publications include Building a Web Based Education System ( Wiley ).

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Gentle introduction to Java programming for noncomputer scientists
Relevant web site applications in ecommerce, marketing / advertising and information management
Coverage of UML

Preface
Introduction to Programming
Object Orientation
How to Program
Choices, Objects and Scope
Input/Output, Loops and Data
Classes
Applets and GUI Components
Applications
Data Storage and Manipulation
Databases
Software Development
Appendix A
Appendix B.

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DR COLIN McCORMACK is a lecturer in Management Information Systems at University College Cork where he teaches Java and C++ on the BIS and Ecommerce degree programmes. His previous publications include Building a Web Based Education System ( Wiley ).

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DR COLIN McCORMACK is a lecturer in Management Information Systems at University College Cork where he teaches Java and C++ on the BIS and Ecommerce degree programmes. His previous publications include Building a Web Based Education System ( Wiley ).

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