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Java Messaging (Programming Series) Paperback – November 7, 2005

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Eric Bruno (Shirley, NY) has developed many distributed software systems involving the use of messaging software. His accomplishments include building foreign-exchange trading systems (Reuters Dealing 2000 and Dealing 3000), real-time quotes and news services, inter-bank credit transaction systems and order-routing systems, multi-tiered Web applications, news and quotes Web-Services, and Web-based publishing software. Several of his articles have appeared in C/C++ Users Journal and Dr. Dobb¿s Journal.

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