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Convergent Architecure book

 
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What does the Convergent Architecture book will cover. Is it more on UML or on J2EE. Will any body give brief idea on this book.
 
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Hi Arathi,
It's more on Model Driven Architecture and how to leverage it to drive optimized J2EE design and implementations for multiple platforms from a single, higher-level of expression (UML). It covers the reasoning behind OMG/MDA(tm) and its benifits/advantages and then shows how modern architectural standards are applied in organizations to use MDA for large end-to-end (J2EE or other) system developments. The examples use various J2EE app servers and some wide spread tools such as UML/Rose, JBuilder, ANT...
Other info on: www.ConvergentArchitecture.com, www.io-software.com/mda
best regards,
Richard
 
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