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    Hi this is Katy, can you suggest the best book for Java Beginners.

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    Head First Java is alluded to as the Java programming book of scriptures by most perusers and is presumably the best Java book for amateurs.

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    yes, i agree with surbhinahta head first java is one of the most popular books for beginners who want to learn java. Java is the most dominant and future-promising programming language. So I suggest you not just learn it but master it. To do so, you might need the best books. Iíll keep it simple. I'll add some suggestions below which helped me professionally.

    Some of the Best Java Books are:

    1. Head First Java
    2. Thinking in Java
    3. Effective Java
    4. Java Concurrency in Practice
    5. Java Puzzlers
    6. Introduction to Programming in Java: An Interdisciplinary Approach
    7. Java Performance
    8. The Java Language Specification
    9. Java in a nutshell
    10. The Java Virtual Machine Specification

    these are some best java Books for beginners, hope this will help you.

    Thank You.

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    Yes, I agree. Java is the most popular programming language and has a great career prospect in the future. I have read "Java Concurrency in Practice" and Java: A beginners guide." These two books have helped me a lot.

    You can try them too.

    Thanks.

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