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viswanath sastry
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Today i closely followed your table of contents and i found that every section started with a Verb,(Implementing,Creating,Automating,Securing...), doing an activity.And i have also observed that activities that range from Designing till Maintaining and Testing were handled. The table of contents looks very well planned. I hope, if the contents (actual code and steps to follow) of the book are also presented with the same practical-hand book manner, then it will definetely be a hot cake.But you should also be prepared for revision if you think of a better way down the line.
I hope appropriate Design patterns have been considered for each case.
 
Benjamin Sullins
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The ideas behind this book were to remove as much fluff as possible, and to make finding the correct subject/solution as easy as possible for a reader. I think we acheived that, and am glad to see your feedback. thanks.
Ben
 
Mark Whipple
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Thanks for the feedback.
We tried to build the chapters on real-world problems that a developer has to address. It is not a patterns book, but we do use patterns in some of the solutions.
Thanks,
Mark
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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