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This is a must read for any Java EE enthusiast. I find it very useful and informative and insightful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ertunc Aybars
5 Stars for the Books content, great coverage of all kinds of problems and possible solutions.
However the code formatting in the Kindle edition is poor.
i love this book,
but i need more examples.
if you put more examples of the real world this book can be beter
It is a good book I highly recommend it to ppl who already have some idea aboyt J2EE. It contains a lot of knowledge. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Konrad
Hi, this book helped me change perception of JEE, which i thought earlier was quite a bloat. The author puts a nice point across on how simplified it has become. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ajay Mahajan
I hate drm,
I like to have pdf, and read this on my laptop.
DRM is making companies feel safe, but it's not true.
Thought the book was a good taxonomy of CDI plus EJB 3.1 but the title is a tad misleading. "Read World" patterns to me means here are examples of real... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Matthew Young
I loved this book because of its concise style. I'm tired of long-flowing programming books that in fact don't tell that much. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Victor Rentea
Good tech content, terrible writing style, really bad Kindle formatting.
Maybe better check out the authors articles on his blog, similar in content and not much worse in... Read more