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Java Programming With CORBA by Gerald Brose Andreas Vogel Keith Duddy

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Author/s : Gerald Brose Andreas Vogel Keith Duddy
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Category : Distributed Computing
Review by : Nathan Pruett
Rating : 9 horseshoes

If you re a Java programmer that needs a good introduction to CORBA, get this
book! The Third Edition of Java Programming With CORBA has been updated to
cover CORBA 2.3, and much more material has been added. Up-to-date information
about CORBA programming in Java has been hard to find. This book explains
everything you need to know, and does so with a level of detail that is

CORBA programming can get confusing with all the acronyms being thrown around:
OMA, POAs, IDL, ORBs, PSS, and CCM, just to name a few. This book helps you
wade through the alphabet soup, and provides in-depth explanations of exactly
what CORBA does, the mapping of IDL to Java, what the ORB provides, how to
program a POA, and how to use the Naming, Trading, Event, Notification,
Security, and Persistent State Services. Information on security, performance,
and scalability is also covered. Lots of code examples are provided throughout
the book that will give you a concrete illustration of how to apply the concepts
you are learning.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a good introduction to
CORBA, or needs to brush up on new features added in CORBA 2.3.

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