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Hi all,
I'm starting to learn jini and was wondering if any of you could suggest where i could get small and simple examples which could help me understand jini better?
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Two books I can think of:
Jini in a Nutshell -- really a reference, but the examples are small and simple. I would buy anything written by Oaks and Wong on sight -- they're very, very good at breaking things down for easy digestion.
Jini by Example -- This is Keith Edwards' follow-on to Core Jini, which from all accounts was a bit of a rush job.
 
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