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Subtitled "Designing, Building and Deploying Object-Oriented Applications for the Web"

For me, this book was just not deep enough in any of the areas it tried to cover. It
dips into CORBA, Java, Active X, HTTP, HTTPS and a whole bundle of proprietary
technologies, but always stops short of giving you enough information to actually use
any of them. Suitable only for giving to a manager who's scared of technical detail.
(Frank Carver - Sherriff, Dec 2000)

More info at Amazon.com
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