Enterprise Java Computing : Applications and Architectures

Enterprise Java Computing : Applications and Architectures

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  • Release Date: 28 June, 1999
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Authors: Govind Seshadri, Gopalan Suresh Raj, Barry McGibbon

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Customer Rating: 4.56 of 5 (9 total reviews)

  • 5 starsexcellent intro with just enough detail

    While for each of the topics covered in this book, one can easily find a book weighing 5 pounds or more, this book weighs less than two pound, and covers virtually all the advanced topics in Java. The author has successfully condensed just enough detailed information in the least number of pages - my criteria for a serious author. He has achieved "simple, but not simpler". I did find a few errors in the code, which can be detected easily with a compiler; but that doesn't degrade the quality of the book in any sense

  • 5 starsGreat for technical architects

    Though I have been involved with enterprise level projects for over ten years it is only lately that I have been associated with java based projects. As a technical architect, I am finding this book extremely useful. It discusses various java based architectures from overview to pros and cons to code in a way that I find very useful. I think adding some real life case studies (maybe in its next edition) would make it even more enjoyable.

  • 3 starsGood content, but very code-heavy

    This book provides some detailed and practical examples of how to use the various java technologies at an enterprise scale, but the presentation is laced with detailed code examples. If you're an experienced java developer and want to learn how to leverage those code skills to enterprise applications, then this is the book for you. If you're looking for an understanding of java technologies and how to deploy them at an enterprise level, this book is probably too detailed. If you can't look at a java class file and understand exactly what's going on, then this probably isn't the book for you.