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This is my question for the author of the new book: "Architecting Modern Java EE Applications".

Looks like hope for the future.  My question to you: what motivated you to take the time to write on this particular topic?  I have seen fewer organizations embrace this technology than in the past.   It is far from moribund in my view.  Are there certain developments in JavaEE 8 that really excite you and convince you this is an excellent approach to modern problem-solving?

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