Media praise for Java Internationalization

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"An excellent introduction to character sets and encodings is in the first chapter of 'Java Internationalization.'"
--Reuven Lerner, Linux Journal, Mar 2003

"Java Internationalization is delightful, not only because it is a fine, compact, visually appealing, and accurate piece of technical writing, but because it is written by individuals who not only needed to know, but at a personal level had to know."--Jack Woehr, Dr Dobbs Review of Books, Sept 2001

"If you are writing software which must be "Internationalised," then there is no question that you need this book. Aimed at software engineers who design or manage Java software, this concise volume cuts straight to the chase with a concise guide on how to get Java applications to work globally for local distribution. Java Internationalization does justice to an intriguing area of Java development, one that is increasingly important as more and more software is extended to new global markets that are no longer limited by language boundaries. This book is a good introduction to a complex topic--a truly absorbing read!"--Glenn Dalgarno, Firstmonday.org, July 2001

"Multi-lingual authors Andy Deitsch and David Czarnecki successfully collaborate to show Java users how to write software that is truly multi-lingual by employing Java's highly sophisticated, cutting-edge internationalization facilities. The days of English-only software are numbered and the demands of ecommerce and internationalized software apps for new generations of software development compel software writers to expand beyond the limitations of language boundaries. A very highly recommended addition to all Java reference collections, 'Java Internationalization' is essential for Java developers to bring themselves fully up to speed on the new generation of software development and able to write software no longer limited restricted by language and cultural boundaries."--fatbrain.com

"For any Java programmer or manager creating software for global markets, Java Internationalization is an essential guide to the dos and dont's of writing software that's usable all around the world. In all, 'Java Internationalization' does justice to an intriguing area of Java development, one that is sure to be increasingly important as more and more software is extended to new global markets. Suitable for anyone who designs or manages Java software, this concise volume cuts straight to the chase and is a worthwhile and timely guide to how to get Java applications to new markets fast." --Richard Dragan, amazon.uk, May 2001

"A very highly recommended addition to all Java reference collections, Java Internationalization is essential for Java developers to bring themselves fully up to speed on the new generation of software development and to be able to write software no longer limited or restricted by language and cultural boundaries." --James Cox, Midwest Book Review, May 2001

"If you plan on using the internationalization features of Java then you will definitely want to start with this book." --Thomas Paul, javaranch.com, May 2001