Server-Based Java Programming

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Demonstrates how to take full advantage of Java's power on servers by using current technologies such as Java Servlets, Java Web server, and JNDI.

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Overview

Demonstrates how to take full advantage of Java's power on servers by using current technologies such as Java Servlets, Java Web server, and JNDI.

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Editorial Reviews

Slashdot.org
This book is a voice of reason in Sun's flood of J2EE (especially EJB) hype. It's a wholly remarkable Java book. Ted Neward should be rewarded and congratulated for this book, it sets a new standard in content quality for Java books...
JavaZone.com
"It's fairly rare for a book to take an angle on a broad topic that yields meaningful new insights...Reading this book can make the difference between being a good Java programmer and an excellent one."
Booknews
Explains concepts of Java that underlie the J2EE APIs, focusing on the full lifecycle, including administration and deployment. Coverage includes data and code distribution with servlets, sockets, serialization, and mobile objects, threads and extension, distributing objects over a network, making servers robust and scalable, clustering, and system monitoring. The author is a C++ and Java developer and consultant. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781884777714
  • Publisher: Manning Publications Company
  • Publication date: 6/28/2000
  • Pages: 558
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Meet the Author

Ted Neward is an independent software development architect and mentor in the Sacramento, California area. He is the author of a number of books, including Server-Based Java Programming (Manning), the forthcoming EffectiveEnterprise Java (Addison-Wesley) and Shared Source CLI Essentials (O'Reilly) and co-author of C# In a Nutshell (O'Reilly) with Peter Drayton and Ben Albahari. He is also an instructor with DevelopMentor, where he teaches and authors both the Java and .NET curriculum. He speaks frequently for technology user groups and writes technical papers for www.javageeks.com and www.clrgeeks.com. He currently labors on behalf of the University of California, Davis, architecting a rebuild of the Davis Accounting and Financial Information Services software system. Past clients include companies like Pacific Bell, EdFund, Synergex and Intuit.

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