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J2EE Design Patterns Applied by Matjaz Juric, Nadia Nashi, Craig Berry et al

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<pre>Author/s : Matjaz Juric, Nadia Nashi, Craig Berry,
Meeraj Kunnumpurath, John Carnell, Sasha Romanosky
Publisher : Wrox
Category : J2EE
Review by : John Wetherbie
Rating : 8 horseshoes

This book presents J2EE design patterns from Sun and TheServerSide.com for
developers and architects creating J2EE-based systems. I really like the way the
patterns are presented with a fair amount of code to flesh out implementations
(or "instances") of each pattern.
The patterns are grouped by tier/usage which is helpful if you are looking for
patterns in a particular area. The discussions about why you would want to use a
specific pattern and items to keep in mind when using it are very nice. My only
complaint, and it is a mild one, is that each of the chapters that deal with a
tier or aspect could be expanded into a separate book. (Hint to publisher...
This is a very good introduction to J2EE design patterns. If you want help in
designing your J2EE systems in regards to security, scalability, and modularity
this book will help you achieve your goals.
More info at Amazon.com
More info at Amazon.co.uk
[ December 29, 2002: Message edited by: Book Review Team ]
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