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How is your book different from other JBoss books?

Marilyn de Queiroz
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Can you compare your book with any others on the market?


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Tom Marrs
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I think I've already covered this. But ...

We have the only JBoss book that isn't a reference. This book is for J2EE developers who want to develop/deploy applications on JBoss. We show how to use the most commonly used J2EE technologies and deploy them on JBoss.

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Are you using one big sample application for the whole book, or little samples for each topic ?
I can't find any "Download source" links at O'Reilly's homepage. Is there a CD with the book ?


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