The IBM� programming model for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enables non-programmers to create and reuse IT assets without mastering IT skills. ... This article series describes a new Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) programming model that achieves a separation of concerns so that persons with different skill levels and roles in the enterprise, not necessarily IT professionals, can create and use IT assets throughout every stage of the software development life cycle.
Originally posted by Ali Pope:
I consider the exception handling one of the most important aspects of a java programmer. It is pretty easy to have an image of a programmer level just by looking how is handling exceptions. While I can agree there are no enough fundamental rules (or silver bullets) about exception handling, this subject is definitely deserving a book.
Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:
What I do not understand is, a powerpoint presentation from lead developers working with J2EE is sufficient.
Why a book on big picture???
Originally posted by Andy Hunt:
But once you've got the basics in place, what's the next most important thing that people are struggling with? Where can we be the most help?