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Any end to end Case studies ?

Sujoy Choudhury
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Dear Author,
I have checked the TOC of your book.
I have one question regarding the case studies.

Have you explained your solution with the help of any end to end case studies?


Thanks and Regards,
~Sujoy
Mick Knutson
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Sujoy Choudhury wrote:Dear Author,
I have checked the TOC of your book.
I have one question regarding the case studies.

Have you explained your solution with the help of any end to end case studies?


All of the recipes, aside from chapter 1 are specific use case issues, and a resolution.
Is that what you are asking?


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arulk pillai
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Mostly people buy books to tap into author's experience to solve common problems.From what I can gather, this book is mainly a reflection of your experience in JEE 6 space. It will be a good read.


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Sujoy Choudhury
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Hi Mick,
That's right. I wanted this info.
Thanks for your clarification!
Mick Knutson
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arulk pillai wrote:Mostly people buy books to tap into author's experience to solve common problems.From what I can gather, this book is mainly a reflection of your experience in JEE 6 space. It will be a good read.

You are correct.
Most of this book is my experience with solving a variety of real-world issues. I find there are many, many issues facing a REAL application. Many of which get ignored by throwing more hardware at the problem instead of actually fixing the issue.

I dont think that is a good approach. I like to break applications, then fix them. I also a a huge fan of a well stocked set of tools to look at the problem space from many angles.

I am trying to get some time to consolidate all the tools I use into a 6-10 page reference card. I hope to get that completed in the fall.
 
 
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