Java Distributed Computing
by Jim Farley
Publisher: O'Reilly Media 1998
Number of pages: 386
This book is an overview of the tools and techniques that are at your disposal for building distributed computing systems in Java. It is intended to serve as both explanatory and reference material for you, the professional developer.
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