Beginning EJB 3 Application Development: From Novice to Professional

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EJB 3.0 has made huge advances in ease of development, and its drastically simplified programming model has been widely acclaimed. Targeted at Java and J2EE developers both with and without prior EJB experience, Beginning EJB 3 Application Development takes readers through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic. With 12 years of combined EJB experience, the authors offer many practical insights into the entire EJB ...

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Overview

EJB 3.0 has made huge advances in ease of development, and its drastically simplified programming model has been widely acclaimed. Targeted at Java and J2EE developers both with and without prior EJB experience, Beginning EJB 3 Application Development takes readers through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic. With 12 years of combined EJB experience, the authors offer many practical insights into the entire EJB architecture and cover all areas of the EJB 3.0 specification.

With Java and SQL under your belt, this book will teach you EJB 3 from the ground up. It provides a complete and practical roadmap to EJB 3 architecture and programming. And it covers upgrade issues that you’ll encounter when migrating from EJB 2.1 to EJB 3.0, so it’s highly relevant if you’re already an EJB developer.

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Raghu R. Kodali is a consulting product manager and service-oriented architecture (SOA) evangelist for Oracle Application Server. He has worked in the software industry for over 10 years as a developer, consultant, and presales engineer in emerging technologies. He is responsible for J2EE features with expertise in SOA technologies like EJB, Web Services, and application development frameworks. Raghu has been the lead product manager for EJB design-time features in Oracle JDeveloper since the EJB 1.1 specification. His current area of focus is evangelizing service-oriented infrastructure and implementing service-oriented applications.

Prior to product management, Raghu held presales and marketing positions in Oracle Asia Pacific. Before joining Oracle, he worked as a software developer in Singapore. Raghu is frequent presenter at number of technology conferences such as Oracle Open World, Java One, Java Zone, JAOO, and Sun Technology Days. He holds a master's degree in computer applications.

Jonathan Wetherbee is a consulting engineer and tech lead for EJB development tools on Oracle's JDeveloper IDE. He has over 20 years of experience in development at Oracle, working on a variety of O/R mapping tools and overseeing Oracle's core EJB toolset since EJB 1.1. Most recently, Jon has been responsible for the design and development of EJB and JPA data binding solutions for ADF, Oracle's application development framework.

Prior to joining the JDeveloper project, Jon was a product manager for Oracle's CASE (computer-aided software engineering) tools and worked on early object-relational frameworks. He received a patent in 1999 for his work on integrating relational databases in an object-oriented environment. Jon is coauthor of the first edition of this book, "Beginning EJB 3 Application Development: From Novice to Professional," and has published articles online in Java Developer's Journal and Oracle Technical Network. He enjoys speaking, and has given talks at conferences and developer groups, including Oracle's iDevelop (Bangalore, Taipei), The Server Side Java Symposium (Barcelona), and various Java user groups. Jon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in cognitive science from Brown University.

Peter Zadrozny is an independent consultant specialized in big data, software performance, and architecture. He is also a lecturer on big data topics at San Jose State University. He has held various executive and technical roles in many countries around the world for startups as well as Fortune 500 companies. He started the operations of WebLogic in Europe and Sun Microsystems in Mexico. He is an accomplished author with various successful books, a magazine, and was an original contributor to The Grinder, a popular open source project.

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