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An email and some book recommendations from Booby Woolf

Earlier this year, I receieved an email from Bobby Woolf. He was responding to a question I left on the wiki, namely are there any good distributed computing books (in the context of Java books). Bobby supplied the following recommendations:


  • Core J2EE Patterns

  • Patterns of Enterprise Architecture

  • Enterprise Integration Patterns

all of which I own and like - it was a long time ago when I asked, long enough I'd forgotten the question, but I'm chuffed nonetheless to know they're recommendations. Bobby is also a co-author on the last, Enterprise Integration Patterns. I'll be putting a review of that book up shortly.

[calexico: gipsy's curse]


March 15, 2004 10:31 PM

Comments

Lasse
(March 16, 2004 07:58 AM #)

All good books, PoEAA and EIP especially. I actually wrote a review of the latter for JavaRanch a couple of months ago (http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/J2EE.jsp#0321200683) so you can compare them afterwards.

Please, no need to ask why it's categorized under "J2EE"... :)

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