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Sort order. Mar 26, Dan rated it it was ok. The quality of this book is extremely variable and, at its best, not very good.
The code examples are obtuse and awkward, doing very little to articulate the reasoning behind the methodologies presented. Many statements made by the book regarding non-Java EE technologies are demonstrably false, which raises questions about the book's veracity on Java EE itself. I would not recommend this book to anyone. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place.
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Series description. Related series The Expert's Voice. The Expert's Voice in Web Development. If you are a vi and command-line lover, we assume you know how to set a classpath and use javac to compile files.
Beginning Java EE 5: From Novice to Professional
If you use an integrated development environment IDE , we assume you know how to use your IDE to create and compile projects, and deploy those projects. Maybe you use the Jakarta Ant build system; in that case, we assume you can create and run your own Ant build scripts to compile, package, and deploy applications.
Whatever system you use, we assume you are comfortable with the process of writing and compiling code. The coding concepts, principles, and constructs are similar—you just need to watch out for the syntax differences and, obviously, the different code architecture for the different technology areas of Java EE.
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