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Michael Sikora is an enterprise architect with a background in the Unified Process and JEE. He has a particular interest in object oriented and database technology. He has worked for many large UK clients such as ICL Fujitsu, Mercury Communications, Vodafone and BUPA. He has used Java since 2000. Before that he spent a decade designing and developing database and datawarehouse systems. He has experience of Oracle, PL/SQL and C. In the 1980s he worked for Shell developing exploration software. He graduated in Mathematics from Essex University and has Masters degrees from London University and Imperial College.
Michael currently resides in London, England and enjoys mountaineering and still hopes to complete the seven summits.
I was deeply disappointed with this book.
Nothing was described in details. Everything is described very-very roughly. Read more
The stated purpose of this book is to serve as a tutorial. In that it succeeds extremely well. Within a week of reading this book I was a competent EJB developer. Read morePublished on December 13, 2008 by Indikos