Catalogue Number: ZH8-4VG3
- Author: Robert Liguori,Edward G. Finegan
- Format: Mixed media product
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- Published: 01 October 2012
- ISBN: 9780071789424
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Edward Finegan, SCJP, is a senior Java software developer and is currently working in the casino industry developing gaming software. He has past experience in aerospace radar data commutation and artificial intelligence, specifically machine learning algorithms. Robert Liguori, SCJP has been a senior software engineer since 1996 and is currently the lead developer for several Java-based air traffic management applications. He is the President of the Atlantic City Java User Group.