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on 11 August 1999
I think this is a good book for starting Visual J++ programming. It covers pretty much all of the major programming aspects. The author did a good job. I also found it easy to follow and appreciated that most of the programs I have worked (except one, that I still don't know what it does) are executing fine. Since I am coding a Java wrapper for custom DLL access, I wish there were more J/Direct examples. But overall, I would highly recommend this book to people who would like to start on Visual J++
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on 21 June 1999
I particularly like this author's writing style. The book is filled with interesting typical programming tasks and Visual J++ solutions. I especially like the chapter on Accessing Databases. Author Davis is very knowledgeable on this subject matter and he shares a lot of very useful information.
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on 17 March 1999
A very good introduction to Visual J++. Good coverage of the Visual J++ IDE, WFC, and 'standard' Java programming topics. More wide ranging coverage than the Java Workshop book also in the Microsoft Series. Better than any other Visual J++ book out there at the current time.
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on 17 June 1999
Clearly structured, good examples, covering rich to thin client development. Well, a little minus: MTS is not covered - but the best VJ++ book currently available.
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on 1 June 1999
The beggining chapter was promissing until u find yourself alone in the wood. This book could be a pain if u are not familiar with VB or VC++.
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on 17 June 1999
After browsing this book looking for Java compatibility info, I feel Visual J++ developers are trapping themselves on Windows with a polluted version of Java - find out when you get ready to port your Java to other platforms. There also seems to be very little support for EJBs.
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