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Archana Honnavalli
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Joined: Feb 26, 2008
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Hi Budi Kurniawan,

Thanks for gifting us your insight on Java with this book.

I have basic knowledge of JSP and Servlets.
More often i will be working in technologies dependent on it like JSF, Struts and I will miss out on learning Struts in Detail.

Also JSP i fell I need to experiment more with more JSP objects.

Should i learn JSP and Servlets with examples now or Should i read book to get concepts in detail?
(Given the little time I get in a day for self learning)

Thanks & Regards
Archana
Budi Kurniawan
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Hi Archana,

My book is designed as a tutorial and comes with lots of real-life examples. This should be an easy read for someone with servlet/JSP background like you.
Raghavan Muthu
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Archana Honnavalli wrote:

Also JSP i fell I need to experiment more with more JSP objects.

Should i learn JSP and Servlets with examples now or Should i read book to get concepts in detail?
(Given the little time I get in a day for self learning)

Thanks & Regards
Archana


I appreciate the thought process Archana. It is what really needed. I am sure a detailed book on Servlet and JSP like Budi's will surely be of help.

If you are good at the fundamentals of Servlets and JSP, you can easily pick up other frameworks like Struts, Spring etc., as they work very closely and/or on top of these technologies.


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Archana Honnavalli
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Thank you Raghavan and Budi.
I will surely dedicate half of my time in the evening for reading from this book and will try examples in the other half during the day.
 
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