Java EE 5 Architekturen book ready for review

I got the PDF for the book "Java EE 5 Architekturen", which I sent to the reviewers. It is actually the second part, or the "technology instantiation" of the already published Enterprise Architekturen book. The source code is already partially available in p45j. After the review it "only" has to be printed.


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cool. looking forward to the book. I will also get one for review from the publisher(as they told me). I really liked the first in this
series (except for missing glossary). wrote
a review for "Der Enwickler".

any plans to write "Grails Architekturen" ?

by the way. just read that you too live in "Oberbayern".

Markus

Posted by Markus Jais on July 10, 2007 at 03:15 PM CEST #

Markus,

I've even described one pattern called "Fluid Kernel" with Groovy-based sample in the "Java EE 5 Architekturen" book. It's small, but fully functional :-). I'd like to invest some time for new things, like opensourcing some cool stuff. After this step - let see, but thanks for the idea :-).
You already read the "Enterprise Architekturen"? If yes what's your opinion?

I'm sometimes in bavaria - it's true :-).

thanks for the nice comment,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on July 10, 2007 at 04:10 PM CEST #

I wrote a review for "Der Entwickler". don't know right now in which issue the review was published.

I really liked the book. the only thing missing
was a glossary (would make it easier for a beginner to look up new words) and a section with recommended further reading (there is always more to learn than just from one book).

by the way: will you be at the Netbeans RCP talk on Thursday in Munich ?

look here:
http://haug-server.dyndns.org/confluence/display/NUGM/Home

might be very interesting. I will be there as it is only 2 minutes from where I work.

Markus

Posted by Markus Jais on July 10, 2007 at 05:17 PM CEST #

I added a short note about your book on my blog.
there may not be many Java developers, as I've been writing more about birds lately (it is bad when you have two obsessions :-) ) but maybe some people will read it.

Markus

Posted by Markus Jais on July 10, 2007 at 11:52 PM CEST #

I may be a little bit biased but i have "reviewed" the first 1.5 chapters of the book and i really like it (basically because it is the technical part of the "Enterprise Architecturen" book ;) ).

Tomorrow I have to write my exam in Java :). I will take the book with me because everything is allowed (except notebooks..). If i have some time left I will read the rest during exam ;)

Posted by Michael Bien on July 11, 2007 at 12:36 AM CEST #

Hi Michael,

you are my young brother, so you have to be biased :-),

greetings from starbucks munich and good luck,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on July 11, 2007 at 11:25 AM CEST #

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