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Will the book be useful for a beginner? The name sounds like an advanced user title...Are there any recommended pre-reads before getting into this?
 
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Hi,

Yes, the book does provide a primer for beginners.

However, another option, is to start with "OSGi in Action" book.

Thanks
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Thank you for the reply...will try both!
 
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