[Haskell-cafe] "Good" Java book? (not off-topic)

Simon Hengel sol at typeful.net
Fri Feb 17 07:06:31 CET 2012

> Is there any book on Java that approaches the language in a way
> that doesn't make programmers impervious to FP and Haskell?

Two standard books are "Effective Java (EJ)" and "Java Concurrency in
Practice (JCIP)".  They aren't introductory; but I think they are a good
idea if you want to use Java on a professional basis.  And at least JCIP
advocates immutability.


[1] http://jcip.net/
[1] http://java.sun.com/docs/books/effective/

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