A Beautiful Java Book - Something For Your Lunch Break

I missed somehow this book. It is my first IT-book (almost) without technical content. Instead of learning new stuff, I just enjoyed it and remembered the old JDK 1.0 days. It is a "special edition" book for the Ten Year Celebration Of Java: Hello World(s)!: From Code to Culture, a Ten Year Celebration of Java Technology. It comes with lot of pictures and arts - but almost no text. So it is perfect for a lunch break - you can fully read it :-).


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"first book without technical content". Hast Du Dich da verschrieben? Zwischen Familie, Beruf und Hobby komm ich auch nur mehr selten dazu einen Roman zu lesen. Aber noch nie etwas nicht-technisches gelesen? Das nehm ich Dir nicht ab ...

Posted by Roman on June 28, 2008 at 03:40 PM CEST #

Sorry,

I read a lot non-technical stuff in the past, and almost nothing today. You are right, I changed it to: "first IT-book". This is what I liked to express.

Danke sehr && gruss,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on June 28, 2008 at 04:02 PM CEST #

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