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ludoviko azuaje
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hy,

i wonder what are the novice's prerequisites for reading your book, i mean what a reader (from the technical view) is suppose to know in order to start reading it without difficulties.


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Gian Franco
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Hi,

Before this book and any similar book you have to read this

I'm almost sure the authors will agree as well

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Gian
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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by ludoviko azuaje:

i wonder what are the novice's prerequisites for reading your book, i mean what a reader (from the technical view) is suppose to know in order to start reading it without difficulties.


ludoviko,
The following quote is what I just extracted from the other thread, in which the authors replied to someone's question that is similar to yours. You might want to take a look at that.

Our job is to transform you from EJB� 3 novice to expert, and we want you to enjoy the ride!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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