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Finally, a Book That Covers All Aspects of the J2EE Platform

Posted by marinasum on July 13, 2005 at 11:03 AM PDT

J2EE Architecture, a new book published by Tata McGraw-Hill and released at JavaOne two weeks ago, was an immediate hit and ranked as one of the top sellers at the JavaOne book store. Not a surprise. The foreword by James Gosling and Jeff Jackson hails it as being a comprehensive and well-organized volume that appeals to the academia and industry alike.

The three authors, all from Infosys, not only penned a broad overview of the J2EE platform but also included studies that can be deployed end to end. An appendix shows you how to use Sun Java Studio Enterprise to build the examples. What a helpful approach.

Be sure to check it out!

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