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It discuss risks in J2EE development
It takes the reader through the entire design, development and build process of a non-trivial application. This wouldn't be compressed into one or two chapters, like the Java Pet Store, but would be a realistic example comparable to the complexity of applications readers would need to build
At each point in the design, alternative choices would be discussed. This would be important both where there's a real problem with the obvious alternative, and where the obvious alternatives are perhaps equally valid
It emphasizes the use of OO design and design patterns in J2EE, without becoming a theoretical book
In this book I offer a real-world, how-to guide so that you can make J2EE work in practice. I draw on my experience of designing successful high-volume J2EE applications and salvaging failing projects, as well as intimate knowledge of the J2EE specifications.
Ill help you to solve common problems with J2EE and avoid the expensive mistakes often made in J2EE projects. I will guide you through the complexity of the J2EE services and APIs to enable you to build the simplest possible solution, on time and on budget. I take a practical, pragmatic approach, questioning J2EE orthodoxy where it has failed to deliver results in practice and instead suggesting effective, proven approaches.
What you will learn from this book
"I just wish this book had been around earlier when I was starting enterprise Java development. This book shows the benefits and pitfalls of J2EE and how best to avoid them."
Andrew J. Smith, Java Architect
"Rods depth and breadth of experience is quite impressive! J2EE developers can avoid many of the hard lessons Rod learned by reading this book."
Todd Lauinger, Software Construction Fellow, Best Buy, Inc.
Its really very useful book for java/j2ee developers.Book contents are good and very descriptive and Rod Johnson efforts are really appreciate.Published on July 18, 2013 by sasi
This is a very complete and useful book but is outdated. Even thought most of the principles and tips given in the book will work today, many will not. Read morePublished on April 13, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This book gives the right approach to programming with J2EE tools. It explains when to use J2EE and when not to. Read morePublished on September 2, 2008 by Theodore Kamma
I bought this book because I've read very good reviews. I found this book amazing. This books shows you how to make good designs and develop in J2EE, all the chapters with full of... Read morePublished on May 21, 2008 by Alvaro Gonzalez Fernandez
Frankly, this book has gotten a little long in the tooth. One might say that, from the products it mentions and evaluates, it is out of date. But never mind! Read morePublished on January 26, 2008 by Dennis Forcier
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, particularly well-thought out design guidelines for developing J2EE application with or without EJB. Read morePublished on April 20, 2006 by Prasad Reddy