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Anyone read 'Expert One-on-One: J2EE Design and Development'?  RSS feed

 
Tina Coleman
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We're looking to start a J2EE users group in my company, and I'm seeking resources to guide advanced developers into becoming advanced J2EE developers and architects. Saw with interest a book called 'Expert One-on-One: J2EE Design and Development' by Rod Johnson. Anyone read it? Have any opinions as to how accurate the material is or how well it's presented? I'm not yet experienced enough to be able to evaluate the material. . .
 
Chris Mathews
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I was reading thru it the other day at Borders and it looks excellent. I agree with most of the points the Rod Johnson discusses (especially his view on Entity Beans). This book looks like a good resource for someone that has already read a few J2EE books. I wouldn't recommend this book to someone as their first foray in J2EE though.
Start off with Mastering EJB or Enterprise JavaBeans, Core J2EE Patterns, and EJB Design Patterns. Then move onto Rod's book.
[ December 20, 2002: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
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