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Is it a good book for a person with no knowledge on OSGi and Groovy?

ImranK KhanI
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Joined: Aug 05, 2008
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Dear Kirk Knoernschild,
Congratulation on your new book, I hope that this book will give me what I am looking for a long time. I am new to OSGi and Groovy, is your book good enough for total newbie or do I have to go through some basic tutorials on those technologies first, in order to understand you book?

Thank you.
Kirk Knoernschild
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Joined: Apr 16, 2012
Posts: 41
Hello,

The book is exclusively designed for those with zero knowledge of OSGi. It focuses on designing modular software even if you aren't familiar with OSGi. Then, when you decide to use OSGi or Java 8 modules, you'll have the design knowledge to take advantage of modularity in the context of those module systems.

Visit the book's website at modularity.kirkk.com where you can review all 18 patterns and download an excerpt of the book. There is also a mobile web application available that you can take with you wherever you go.

--kirk
Twitter: @pragkirk
 
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