Top Recommended Java books for Beginners


Here are Top Java Books Recommended for Beginners. 

Core Java Books [Java SE] :
  1. Core Java: An Integrated Approach By R. Nageswara Rao
  2. Java How To Program By Deitel
  3. Intro to Java Programming, Comprehensive Version - by Y. Daniel Liang
  4. Head First Java By Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates
  5. Core Java vol - 1 and vol-2 By Cay Horstmann and Gary Cornell
  6. The JAVA Prog Language  By Gosling,Ken Arnold,Holmes.
  7. Thinking in Java  By Eckel
  8. Effective Java 2nd Edition By Joshua bloch
  9. Java 8 for really impatient by Cay S. Horstmann
  10. Java Concurrency in practice By Goetz,Bloch,Holmes,Lea,Tim,Bowbeer
  11. Java Puzzlers - Traps, Pitfalls, And Corner Cases - Joshua Bloch, Neal Gafter
  1. JavaFX For Dummies
  2. Learn JavaFX 8 - Kishori Sharan
  3. JavaFX 8: Introduction by Example - Carl Dea
  4. Official Getting Started Guide
  5. Pro JavaFX 8 - by Johan Vos, Weiqi Gao, James Weaver, Stephen Chin, Dean Iverson
Mobile/Embedded Development Books [Java ME]:
  1. J2ME - Complete Reference By James Keogh
  2. Java ME Game Programming By John P. Flynt and Martin Wells
  3. Wireless Game Development in Java with MIDP 2.0 By -Ralph Barbagallo
  4. J2ME & Gaming By -Jason Lam
  5. J2ME in a nutshel--O'Reilly
Enterprise Java Books [Java EE]:
  1. Real World Java EE Patterns Rethinking Best Practices
  2. Head First Servlets and JSP
  3. Head First EJB By Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates
  4. FREE Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages by Marty Hall and Larry Brown
Frameworks Related Books:
  1. Apress.Spring.Persistence.with.Hibernate By Manning
  2.  By Manning
Certification Books:
  1. A Programmers Guide To Java Cerification By Mughal/Rasmussen
  2. SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 5 Study Guide By Sierra
  3. SCJD Exam with J2SE 5 By Andrew Monkhouse, Terry Camerlengo
  4. SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 - Sierra & Bates
  5. OCA/OCP Java SE 7 Programmer - Sierra & Bates
Other Technology & Related Books :
  1. Head First Design Patterns By Eric and Elisabeth freeman
  2. JDBC Recipies-A Problem solution Approach Mahmoud Parsian
  3. Java 3D Programming By Daniel Selman 
  4. Java 2D Graphics By Jonathan Knudsen
Some Miscellanous Books and Resources: 

  1. Java Programing notes - A huge collection of java Examples
  2. The Java Language Specification.
  3. Officail Tutorials.
  4. Wicked Cool Java No Starch Publications
  5. The Well-Grounded Java Developer

If you are missing your favorite books in the list feel free to comment below. 

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