More than 1,500 books have been published about Java since the debut of the language in late 1995. I don't think any of them has a better title than Bruce Tate's Bitter Java, released this April. The book is a hands-on, example-heavy advanced tutorial on how Java programmers can find and get rid of anti-patterns, problem solutions in your code that aren't as good as you think they are.

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