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When is Enterprise JavaBeans 4th Edition Coming out?

 
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Hello,
Recently, I check over Amazon.com and realized that they have shown Enterprise JavaBeans 4th Edition is in the work. Just wondering when will it be coming out? I try to find information on Oreilly web site, but nobody knows.
Since you guys are working for Oreilly books Head First Series, just wondering, whether you have any information?
Thanks in advance,
John
 
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I reckon the 4th edition will take a while yet, because the chapters are still being reviewed. The first draft eight chapters have actually been posted on theserverside.com at http://www.theserverside.com/resources/ejbReview.jsp
These chapters are similar to the 3rd edition chapters, but the later chapters promise to have more new content related to EJB 2.1.
 
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Originally posted by Dave Cronin:
I reckon the 4th edition will take a while yet, because the chapters are still being reviewed. The first draft eight chapters have actually been posted on theserverside.com at http://www.theserverside.com/resources/ejbReview.jsp
These chapters are similar to the 3rd edition chapters, but the later chapters promise to have more new content related to EJB 2.1.


Dave, the link u provide us here is really great!!! I'm also on my way to buy a new EJB book...
 
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Ko Ko - glad to be of help. Theserverside.com is worth looking at from time to time, they have some useful stuff, including a few short training videos on J2EE.
 
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