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What your opinion about the "IT Architectures and Middleware" book?

 
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Good night!
I found this book in the list about SCEA in javaranch:
http://www.amazon.com/Architectures-Middleware-Strategies-Building-Integrated/dp/0201709074

It seems to be very interesting, however I´ve never heard anybody talking about it.
Moreover, it is a little old. It was done in 2000.

Javaranchers, do you recommed it?
Thanks!
 
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It might be old, but then so is the JMS specification - the current version has been around since 2002. Looking at the table of contents there doesn't appear to be anything earth shattering about it. But, hey; if you can pick up a second hand copy for 24 cents, and you've the time to read it, why not. Personally, in the context of this exam, you're probably better off browsing through the Enterprise Integration Patterns website. If you still feel like you want to know more - buy the book
 
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I can tell "Enterprise Integration Patterns" book is very good.
 
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Thats the best part of the book, the concepts are not described not in terms of current technologies then.
Very useful book to read.

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