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Daniel Guermeur is the founder and CEO of Metadot Corporation. Daniel holds a Diplome d'Ingenieur of Informatique from the University of Technology of Compiègne (France) as well as a Master in Photonics from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique of Strasbourg (France). Before starting Metadot in 2000, he worked for oil services companies including giant Schlumberger Ltd, where he helped improve the worldwide IT infrastructure. Daniel has been developing large-scale database-backed web applications since the very beginning of the democratization of the Internet in 1995, including: an open source software content management system, Metadot Portal Server; Mojo Helpdesk, a web-based customer support application; and Montastic, a popular website monitor service.
Amy Unruh currently does technical training and course development, with a focus on web technologies. Previously, she was a Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, where she taught web technologies and researched building robust agent systems. Prior to that, she worked at several startups, served as adjunct faculty at the University of Texas, and was a member of the InfoSleuth Distributed Agents Program at MCC. She received her Ph.D. in CS/AI from Stanford University, in the area of AI planning, and has a BS degree in CS from UCSB. She has numerous publications, and has co-edited a book on Safety and Security in Multiagent Systems.
The book gives a good starting point to begin programming GAE with GWT. I've bought the Kindle version. It would be nice to have the PDF version as well. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Strashimir
The example app is too light. This book is really an low level introductory book.
The title must be read as followed: Google App Engine Java and GWT Application Development... Read more
I really tried to get through this book, and at first, I thought it was decent. But after getting to the JDO part, and a little further I just gave up. Read morePublished on April 10, 2012 by Robert M. Reed
ALl I can say is when you go to Facebook to run their SIMPLE APP developed throughout this book here is what you get:
Error: HTTP method POST is not supported by this... Read more
I would like to be able to say something good about this book, so, the grammar was fine.
From a more realistic perspective, it seems like instead of telling you how to... Read more