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Any plan to write other Java-related CookBooks?

Ko Ko Naing
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Mr.Ian,
I'm just curious to know whether you have plan to write other Java-related CookBooks or not... This kind of approach is best for intermediate developers like us... If there are more books like JSP Cookbook, Servlet Cookbook, it would be great...

Just curious...


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Pradeep bhatt
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Check this JSP and servlet Cookbook
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0596005725/002-5757500-5123248?v=glance

There is also EJB cook book.


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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
Check this JSP and servlet Cookbook
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0596005725/002-5757500-5123248?v=glance

There is also EJB cook book.


Oops... I didn't know that... So are they also in Problem-Solution pairs approach like in Mr.Ian's book? Thanks a lot for pointing me out...
Ian Darwin
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>So are they also in Problem-Solution pairs approach like in Mr. [Darwin]'s book? Thanks a lot for >pointing this out...

All the O'Reilly Cookbooks are supposed to generally follow the same pattern as mine, with room for some small variation. I haven't looked at the ones in question.

To give credit, I didn't originate the format. The first one was the Perl Cookbook.

Cheers
Ian


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Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Ian Darwin:
>So are they also in Problem-Solution pairs approach like in Mr. [Darwin]'s book? Thanks a lot for >pointing this out...

All the O'Reilly Cookbooks are supposed to generally follow the same pattern as mine, with room for some small variation. I haven't looked at the ones in question.

To give credit, I didn't originate the format. The first one was the Perl Cookbook.

Cheers
Ian

Thanks for your warm response, Mr.Darwin...

By changing in calling you with your lastname(Darwin), instead of firstname, I am thinking of Darwin's theory of natural selection, on which Genetic Algorithm is based on... Nothing related about the Java Cookbook... My mind is just refreshed, since I am currently doing a paper on genetic algorithm as my master course...
 
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