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"AspectJ in Action" - Release Announcement - Manning

 
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MANNING PRESS RELEASE
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Manning Publications announces the release of:

AspectJ in Action:
Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming

by Ramnivas Laddad

Greenwich, CT July 23, 2003 -- One of the central premises of object-oriented programming is that each concern should be implemented as a separate module. However, there are certain system-wide concerns, such as logging, security, performance, and so forth, that often need to be addressed in many, if not all of the modules. Consequently, the code to handle these system-wide concerns may be mixed in with the core logic of a huge number of modules, resulting in lower productivity, poor quality, and systems that are hard to evolve. The approach that lets developers modularize all aspects and benefit from a clean maintainable result is called aspect-oriented programming.
AspectJ in Action is a practical guide to aspect-oriented programming (AOP) and AspectJ. With this unique book readers can move from AOP theory and toy examples to powerful, real applications with AspectJ � a mature, open-source extension of Java. The book begins by teaching the concepts and the language and then systematically shows how to develop powerful features of a system such as policy enforcement, resource pooling, caching, thread-safety, authentication and authorization, and transaction management. It shows how to modularize business rules, how to flexibly respond to changes in requirements, and much more.
To read the table of contents, sample chapters, and other content from the book, visit http://www.manning.com/laddad.

AspectJ in Action:
Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming

by Ramnivas Laddad
ISBN 1930110936
Softbound, 512 pages, $44.95
Ebook, PDF, $22.50
 
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Is someone on the book review team going to evaluate this book? I find very interesting what you've posted and looking forward to buy it, but I'd love to read a post on the books forum
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Postings of this sort in Blatant Advertising are often a sign that the book will be the subject of a book promotion. Check out this page to see when the AspectJ in Action book promo will be.
[ July 24, 2003: Message edited by: David Weitzman ]
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