Also, I would like to thank everyone that was part of the EJB 3.0 specification, they did a fantastic job. I was really impressed on how they all worked so well together, putting aside some differences in "competing" technologies.
Hi Mike and Merrick, I am new to the EJB world. I have started working on Enterpriese Appplication for the last 6 months. I have a basic understanding of Ejb 2 having worked mostly implementing StateLess Session Beans and Web Services. My question is do I have to read some beginners book of EJB before starting with your book or with a basic knowledge I can start digging inside your book.
Thanks and Regards
SCJP 5<br />Brainbench Certified in C++<br />PMP<br />Dallas,TX
No, you do not need any EJB experience. Object-relational experience would help a little when it comes to the advanced concepts, but is not required. We try to briefly introduce every concept, so we would be interested in your comments if you get to parts that you do not find easy to understand.
Originally posted by Mark Spritzler: If you have questions for the authors. Please create a new thread and ask them there. I am not positive, but I don't believe that questions asked in this thread will be included in the drawing.
Sudd, Follow up posts/questions definitely count! We want to encourage discussion.
From the rules:
Start a new topic or respond to a topic in the Forum where the promotion is running. Your post must be on topic for either the book or the forum to be eligible to win. Posts that simply say "I want to win" are not eligible. Every eligible post gives you an entry into the contest. The more you post, the more chances you have to win.
Basically, a post in any thread in this forum except this one counts.