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Developing Mainframe Java Applications

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Developing Mainframe Java Applications provides big iron data processors with a reference and
learning tool they can use to write Java programs that run under OS/390. The thrust of the book is to
describe Java in the language of the mainframe professional and to show how such professionals
would develop Java applications for the IBM mainframe.

This is a "how-to" book, meant to impart rules and general techniques by drawing analogies between
the familiar and the new. Scant mention is made of the technical intricacies of the Java Virtual
Machine, garbage collection algorithms, "the taming of the threads," or other topics that deal with
Java internals.

The main audience for this book is the mainframe programmer. These programmers have years of
experience on the mainframe and, although the likelihood is high that they have a wintel desktop (for
email, office productivity, and mainframe terminal emulation), they may not be adept at
programming on anything but a mainframe.

The book helps programmers learn Java programming, but the book has a wider audience than
mainframe programmers. Systems analysts need to understand what Java is all about as well as
programmers. Management, especially first and second line managers, needs an understanding of
Java and a way of relating Java to their technical background.

As an aside, the book assumes that the reader has no C or C++ programming experience, which
means that Java syntax, down to using curly braces, may be unfamiliar to the reader.
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