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  1-10 of 32 Reviews about "Object-Oriented Languages (D.3.2...)": Date Reviewed
  The Dart programming language
Bracha G., Addison-Wesley Professional, London, UK, 2016. 224 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-321927-70-5)

Dart is a general-purpose, object-oriented, optionally typed programming language designed to be easy to learn, easy to use, and easy to run efficiently in multi-core, distributed environments, including the World Wide Web. The Dart...

Jan 20 2017
  Steps in Scala: an introduction to object-functional programming
Loverdos C., Syropoulos A., Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2010. 504 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-521747-58-5)

In the early 1980s, many predicted that the next generation of programming languages would be declarative: either functional or logic. With Lisp, functional programming has a history stretching to the earliest days of programming. Logi...

Nov 4 2011
  Beginning Scala
Pollak D., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2009. 350 pp.  Type: Book (9781430219897), Reviews: (2 of 2)

Can a book intended as a gateway drug to a programming language that took the author over 18 months to master achieve its goal? In this case, I fear not. If you are beginning Scala and are one of the “folks with some programm...

Aug 25 2010
  Beginning Scala
Pollak D., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2009. 350 pp.  Type: Book (9781430219897), Reviews: (1 of 2)

Scala--a new programming language--can be compared with Java and Ruby, but it has many improved features. A section of chapter 2 shows the differences between Scala and Java or Ruby. Scala can be run as a command line...

Jan 4 2010
  Object-oriented programming languages: interpretation (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science)
Craig I., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2007. 252 pp.  Type: Book (9781846287732)

Object orientation has recently become a major part of undergraduate computer science programs, making this a timely book. Although the book could be a useful reference for students in a course about comparative programming languages, ...

Aug 9 2007
  J&: nested intersection for scalable software composition
Nystrom N., Qi X., Myers A. ACM SIGPLAN Notices 41(10): 21-36, 2006.  Type: Article

How can Java packages be modified to better support large-scale software development? The authors offer nested inheritance and nested intersection as suitable modifications. An earlier paper covered nested inheritance [1]; this paper c...

Feb 9 2007
  The future of Java game development
Ingles B.  ACM-SE 44 (Proceedings of the 44th Annual Southeast Regional Conference, Melbourne, Florida, Mar 10-12, 2006) 698-701, 2006.  Type: Proceedings

Is Java too slow to be suitable for game development? This paper discusses benchmarks comparing Java applications using Swing with those using Java’s full-screen exclusive mode, which can more directly access graphics har...

Feb 5 2007
  Foundations of object-oriented programming using .NET 2.0 patterns
Gross C., APress, LP, Berkeley, CA, 2005. 376 pp.  Type: Book (9781590595404)

Object-oriented programming has become the default approach to solving modern-day computing problems. Earlier languages supported object orientation, but also left the door open for developers to use procedural programming. With the cu...

Feb 2 2006
  Core Java 2, volume 1: fundamentals (7th ed.)
Horstmann C., Cornell G., Prentice Hall PTR, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2004.  Type: Book (9780131482029)

This seventh edition of a Java classic is thoroughly revised to provide coverage of Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) 5.0, a significant update of Java. As the book’s preface states, it is targeted at “serious programm...

Dec 2 2004
  Beginning JSP 2.0: from novice to professional
Haan P., Galbraith B., Lavandowska L., Panduranga S., Perrumal K., Sgarbi E., APress, LP, Berkeley, CA, 2004. 463 pp.  Type: Book (9781590593394)

JavaServer Pages (JSP) are designed for the rapid development of Web pages that display dynamic content, and that are platform independent. With its roots in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and in Java, JSP allows individuals with ev...

Sep 28 2004
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