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Q. for Mr.DUDNEY: who should read this book?

hesham katon
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Dear Mr.DUDNEY ,
Who should read this book ?
Also what is the pre technologies that i should be strong in it , and which may be new for it , to start learning JSF
Also is this book for new ones to JSF?
Thanks alot


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Bill Dudney
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Everyone that read Harry Potter
The book is aimed at people new to JSF but have familiarity with JSP and other J2EE technologies. So as long as you are familiar with JSP's you should be able to follow the book.
I'm sure that is a clincher for every 9 year old in the US


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Mike Firkser
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I didn't read the Harry Potter books, but I've brought my son to see the movies, so does that qualify?


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Jan Jani
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No Mike he should read Harry Potter


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Sangeetha Selvaraj
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Hi Mike and Bill,
iam learning servlets and JSP's and some what familiar with both though not very advanced....but an avid fan of harry potter and have read all the volumes...just wanted to know what book u guys are talking abt....i think jsp if from JSF framework? help me out
Bill Dudney
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Hi Sangeetha,
My main point was that if everyone that read the Harry Potter books bought a copy of Mastering JavaServer Faces I could retire and become the ski bum I've always wanted to be
Jan Jani
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Sangeetha tha last volume
javaranch is friendly place to learn technologies and we some time also share jokes here
and Bill it seems that he is a friendly person
~JANI
hesham katon
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You are right Jan.
Thanks Mr.Bill for your answer
And thanks also for this joke .
and all best wishes to you
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Jan Jani:
No Mike he should read Harry Potter


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Watching a Movie can make the watchers imagine more than reading the book...
We will see a lot of visual effects from it and don't need to imagine in our mind that it will be like that or like this...
In the same way, if "Mastering JSF" is coming with Self Learning Video or some kind of visual learning, would it be better for us to learn new things? Or the book is better way to learn things...


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