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Feedback on a JSP book I wrote

John Brunswick
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Joined: Mar 11, 2008
Posts: 2
Hey Guys,

I was new to the Java world a few years ago and spent quite a bit of time trying to understand the landscape around the stack needed to produce Java based web applications. I ended up putting together a "this is the stack 101" book with examples. Would this be a good place to have people give it a look?

It is free in every way, so this is a sincere request to try to find a good way to

- check the information / material in the book
- hopefully find some people that its contents could help.

Is this a good place to start?

Here are links to the material
http://jspandbeyond.com/
http://jspandbeyond.com/download/JSP_and_Beyond-A_Pragmatic_Primer.pdf

I have read this forum many times in the past and finally hopefully have something to contribute! :-)

Kind regards,
John
Ayub ali khan
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Joined: Oct 20, 2005
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Hi John,

I have gone through your book on JSP and Beyond. Its very well organized and well written. I found this book interesting. Good work !!!

I will recommend this book to any one who wants to learn basics of JSP and get an overview of Struts, JSF and Hibernate.



Best Regards
Ayub


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John Brunswick
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Joined: Mar 11, 2008
Posts: 2
Originally posted by Ayub ali khan:
Hi John,

I have gone through your book on JSP and Beyond. Its very well organized and well written. I found this book interesting. Good work !!!

I will recommend this book to any one who wants to learn basics of JSP and get an overview of Struts, JSF and Hibernate.



Best Regards
Ayub


Thanks for the kind words Ayub! I spent quite a bit of time on it and would enjoy watching people, especially those entering into the world of JSP, get good use from it.
 
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