Real World Java EE 6 Patterns--Rethinking Best Practices Reloaded
A completely rewritten, second, iteration of the Real World Java EE Patterns--Rethinking Best Practices book is available.
Although I tried to prune as much content as possible, the book has now 431 pages--171 pages more than the first iteration. The reason for the extensive size growth is the discussion of several new Java EE 6 patterns and utilities like: Plugins, HTTP Events, Re-Injector, Custom Scope, Parallelizer (…).
The "Rethinking" book also comes with a transactional JCA 1.6 connector implementation--a simplistic key-value store. Most of the patterns are a "clean room" extraction from things that worked well in my daily consulting work. Some patterns are directly extracted from my open source projects like: http://lightfish.adam-bien.com or http://x-ray.adam-bien.com.
A Table of Contents says more than thousand words :)
- A Brief History of Java EE
- Understanding Java EE Core Concepts
- Rethinking the Business Tier
- Boundary (Application Service)
- Control (Service/Session Façade)
- Entity (Business Object)
- Fluid Logic
- Paginator and Fast Lane Reader
- Async Worker (Service Activator)
- HTTP Events
- Transparent Cache Integrator
- Transaction Progress Listener
- Binary REST Serializer
- Retired Patterns
- Rethinking the Integration Tier
- Data Access Object
- Transfer Object and Data Transfer Object
- EJB 2 Integration and Migration
- Legacy POJO Integrator
- Generic (File) JCA
- Infrastructural Patterns and Utilities
- Service Starter
- Bean Locator
- Thread Tracker
- Payload Extractor
- Resource Binder
- Context Holder
- Custom Scope
- Telemetry Provider
- Logger Injector
- Self-Invoking Beans
- Late Starter
- Pragmatic Java EE Architectures
The sample projects are already checked-in into: http://kenai.com/projects/javaee-patterns
Feedback is, as always, highly appreciated. But: I spent several days in word processor formatting the final version of the book, so all negative comments about formatting are going to be marked as spam :-).
See you at airhacks.com!
Is there an ETA for the eBook ?
Posted by Sebastian on September 06, 2012 at 02:55 PM CEST #
Wow! I loved the first iteration. This should be awesome.
Are you going to sell it on Amazon? Will there be a version for Kindle?
Posted by Daniel on September 06, 2012 at 09:49 PM CEST #
The book is going to be available on amazon and also in major US stores. However, it can take a several weeks.
Kindle version is going to be available as well.
I "only" have to convert and format the files again :-)
thanks for reading my stuff,
Posted by Adam Bien on September 07, 2012 at 12:40 AM CEST #
Kindle version should be available in a few weeks.
thanks for your interests!,
Posted by Adam Bien on September 07, 2012 at 12:41 AM CEST #
I have a kindle reader installed
on my windows pc.
The kindle does not include page
numbers and the formatting sucks!!!
They tell me this only occurs on
kindle's pc version.
Try pdf , No pc kindle for me,
Posted by douglas on September 11, 2012 at 03:54 PM CEST #
Do you have an iteration planned for the Night Hacks book?
Posted by John on September 11, 2012 at 04:23 PM CEST #
Cool. Will the book be available in the UK?
Posted by Michael Hodgins on September 11, 2012 at 06:36 PM CEST #
A must have :)
Posted by Xavier Callejas on September 13, 2012 at 03:48 AM CEST #
Hoping eBook will be available soon. Its the format I could easily get here. I already bought 2 eBooks previously.
Posted by James on September 28, 2012 at 12:25 PM CEST #
is this book available as a PDF? I don't buy paper books anymore.
Posted by Kim Gabrielsen on November 19, 2013 at 06:29 PM CET #
Nice! (but waiting to be able to buy a digital non-Kindle version)
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