Java Enterprise Best Practices

Java Enterprise Best Practices

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  • Release Date: December, 2002
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Authors: O'Reilly Java Authors, Robert Eckstein, O'Reilly & Associates Inc

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Customer Rating: 4.25 of 5 (8 total reviews)

  • 4 starsThe Servlet chapter rocks!!!

    Jason Hunter has done it again. His servlet chapter is simply awesome. He offers some really juicy bytes of information. Give the man more chapters. The other chapters are good too. I would give the book five stars but the Performance chapter is worthless. That came as a surprise because I enjoyed Jack Shirazi performance book.

  • 5 starsexcellent source when time is not on your side

    This book assumes you have prior knowledge of jsp/java. It's an excellent book especially for someone who needs to have some questions answered while developing an app, i.e how to perform connection pooling using JDBC 3.0. The information is short but precise ; at this level of development, this is what I need. Again, if you're looking for a detailed java book, get a different book. But if you're developing your first app and need a book that 'look over your shoulder', this is definitely the book.

  • 5 starsGood reference for Java architects and sys. designers.

    Title: Java Enterprise Best Practices
    First Edition December 2002
    Author(s): The O'Reilly Java Authors
    City: Sebastapol, CA
    Publisher: O'Reilly
    Published Date: December 2002.
    ISBN: 6 36920 00384 7

    Reviewer Name: Ravi Mahalingam ...
    Review Date: 12 Mar 2003.

    Overall value of the book:5

    Instructional value of the book:4

    Reference value of the book: 4

    This book unlike other most books is made by Java
    experts in their own field. the book assumes prior
    knowledge of the topics and does not intend to take
    a beginner from ignorance to knowledge.

    this book is intended not for beginners but some
    experts in the Java domain designing enterprise
    level systems or even maintaining them for system
    performance and ehancements.

    The book is well written and all the potential
    gotchas and the mistakes commonly done in application
    design and development are outlined with appropriate
    alternate solutions.

    The book covers all aspects of java and ejb application
    development and their best practices.

    Overall, this a good book to have and will be used
    by experienced java developers and the not so
    experienced.