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Java coding guidelines; 75 recommendations for reliable and secure programs.


Java coding guidelines; 75 recommendations for reliable and secure programs.

Long, Fred and Dhruv Mohindra, Robert C. Seacord, Dean F. Sutherland, David Svoboda.



277 pages


The SEI series in software engineering


This collaborative volume written by a group of computer scientists and software security specialists concentrates on implementation of reliable, robust and secure Java code. The book is organized into five parts: security, defensive programming, reliability, program understandability and programmer misconceptions. Useful tips and clues are provided in all these areas. Perhaps the last two parts are the most significant: concentrating on the necessity and describing methodology for producing readable and reusable code, and bursting many myths associated with Java programming, some hiding under the guise of practices recommended by others. A useful appendix on applicability of these coding guidelines to the Android platform follows the main text. 45 day access to Safari online edition is included with purchase.

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Date:Feb 1, 2014
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