The J2EE Architect's Handbook
by Derek C. Ashmore
Publisher: DVT Press 2004
Number of pages: 288
This book is written for technical architects and senior developers tasked with designing and leading the development of J2EE java applications. The book will guide the architect through the entire process of delivering a project from analysis through application deployment providing numerous tips, tricks, and "best practices" along the way.
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