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Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse by Anil Hemrajani
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Bought and read this book from Safari-O'Reilly online.
The title itself gets the mood on.
This book will help you to understand and get started with Spring-Hibernate-Eclipse kind of projects.
This book is definitely a best shot for beginners in
Its not complete reference for every topics the author addresses, but will sure give you extended overview on XP, Agile etc.,
If you want to get started with your spring project immediately then this book is worth buying.
This book doesn't cover Spring AOP - Hmm.. Its a pity.
Its interesting to see the chapters that start with a discussion between programmers and client.
Getting the sample code up and running is also just a click of a
Configuring Eclipse/Spring/ANT have been covered in detail while many other key technologies were just started and finished on a single page.
The appendix were quite useful, like AMDD, XP cheatsheet
Most commonly used technologies in JEE were addressed, so you can get to know what JEE is all about.
Altogether i recommend this book for Beginners and Intermediates to get know the beautiful world of JEE.
More info at Amazon.com
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[ February 10, 2007: Message edited by: Book Review Team ]
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