Todd Greanier

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Todd Greanier is an author and software architect, widely regarded as an expert in Java programming.[1][2] He has written several books on the subject, including Java Foundations, which is used as a textbook in many college-level computer science programs. It has been translated into over forty languages and is the standard text for Java programmers in India, Russia, Germany, and South Africa.[citation needed]

Once a popular instructor for Sun Microsystems,[citation needed] Greanier now works to develop and deliver online training programs. He was a frequent contributor to the now defunct New York Sun newspaper,[3] and was co-author (with sportswriter Sean Lahman) of three books on professional football.[4]

Todd published his first book of poetry, Despising Van Gogh, in February 2011.

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  1. ^ From Sun Developer Network — "Greanier…has been teaching and developing Java since it was introduced publicly. An expert in distributed Java technologies, he teaches classes in a wide range of topics, including JDBC, RMI, CORBA, UML, Swing, servlets/JSP, security, JavaBeans, Enterprise Java Beans, and multithreading. He also creates custom seminars for corporations, slanted to their specific needs."
  2. ^ Review of Greanier's appearance at Java University. — "Greanier, a longtime Java developer and trainer, is an engaging instructor…"
  3. ^ Greanier's archive at New York Sun website
  4. ^ Listing of football books at Amazon.

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