Yes. Here are the ones we are aware of. They may be purchased from all good online bookstores, like Fatbrain or Amazon.
Java Card Technology for Smart Cards: Architecture and Programmer's Guide by Zhiqun Chen; published by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc., 06/2000. This is our preferred starting point for beginners. This book covers smart card basics and provides a gentle introduction to Java Card and its main features. It is quite programmer-oriented and provides many code samples, which will help you get started very quickly. However, this book is not thorough enough to serve as a reference book in the long run.
Smart Card Application Development Using Java, by Uwe Hansmann, Frank Seliger,Martin S. Nicklous; published by Springer-Verlag New York, Incorporated, 12/1999. This book provides a high-level of the Java Card environment: features, applications, the Open Card Framework, etc. Although this is a very serious book, which is definitely worth reading, we don't feel it is appropriate for beginners. It probably targets project leaders or managers who want to get a good grasp on Java Card.
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