Review of Java Script Concepts 4th Edition
By David Hsu
Wiley presents us with an intro to Java that presents its core concepts in a comprehensive way.; Its author, Cay Horstmann, teaches at San Jose State University. I used it as textbook for my college courses and am happy to have discovered that his book has greatly aided the writing of my Java tutorial. Consisting of 902 pages divided into 19 chapters, Review of Java Concepts is both well-organized and beginner-friendly.
A Review of “Call to Action”
A Review of “Call to Action”…
“Call to Action” appeared about ten years ago at the time of the initial publication of this review (2014). Since then, lots has happened in the world of computing – mobile devices, iphones, Google Android, tablets, apps, touch screens, storage capacities measured in terabytes. The internet has evolved from a technological curiosity into a virtual reality. We not only spend more and more time online – be it on our laptops, our desktops or “smart” devices – we actually depend on the web for everything from finding out the latest medical news to arranging the delivery of our next order of pizza. Continue reading