Annabooks Releases A New Computer Science Book
This newly released Book is a practical guide for learning Java, Eclipse, and Computer Science.
Yorba Linda, Calif., September 28, 2018 – Annabooks is pleased to announce the release of a new book titled Java and Eclipse for Computer Science, written by Sean D. Liming and John R. Malin. Almost every job today has some interaction with a computer or a computing device. Computers come in all shapes and sizes such as smartphones, ATM machines, thermostats, test equipment, robotics, point-of-sale systems, cloud servers, projection systems, and, personal computers. All of them need to be designed, built, and programmed. Having a good understanding of computer programming and Computer Science can provide a good foundation for one’s career. The Java programming language is one of the most popular programming languages used today, and it is widely taught in high schools and universities as an introduction to Computer Science.
“Teacher lead instruction is pedagogical for most school subjects. Computer Science can be instructor-led as well, but programming is really a learn-by-doing exercise that each individual must perform,” says Sean Liming, co-author. “After reviewing various Computer Science teaching materials, we set out to fill a need that addresses the core introduction curriculum of Computer Science using Java and real-world development tools that employers are looking for.”
The goal of this textbook is to combine Java programming, Computer Science, and a popular development tool that not only prepares you for the Computer Science curriculum but also beyond the classroom into your professional career. The 14 chapters start with the basics of how Algebra flows into computer programming, moves on to logical program flow, and then to Object Oriented Programming. After these fundamentals come the advanced topics of recursion, search, sort, and Big-O notation. Then going beyond the basic curriculum material, the later chapters cover graphical programming with JavaFX, File I/O, an introduction to data structures, and finishes with JavaFX 2-D Game development. There are many computer activities to provide a hands-on experience right from the beginning to keep you involved during the reading of this book.
The printed edition is priced at $99.95 and the eBook edition is priced at $84.95. The eBook edition is now available on Amazon Kindle, and the printed edition will be available in a couple months.
About Annabooks, LLC. (www.annabooks.com) – Annabooks has been in the book publishing business for over 20 years and is known as one of the leading publishers of books on developing with Intel Architecture and Windows Embedded\IoT.
For information on the book Java and Eclipse for Computer Science contact: Sean Liming
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