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Is this book good for part II?

 
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Hi everybody.

I am reading a book called "Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development"
by Rod Johnson. I think this is a good book for we get knowledge about J2EE Architectures. There are some intersting chapters:

Chapter 1 - J2EE Architectures
Chapter 2 - J2EE Projects´┐ŻChoices and Risks
Chapter 6 - Applying J2EE Technologies
Chapter 7 - Data Access in J2EE Applications
Chapter 11 - Infrastructure and Application Implementation

Who have already read this book?
Do you think that Johnson's experience of designing J2EE applications is good for real projects? And for part II assignment project?
Let me know your opinion.

Vagner
 
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I highly recommend the book. I finished it end to end before even starting out on the assignment. Although it has no real significance from the assignment point of view.. it gives you an idea of the problems involved in designing enterprise level systems.
 
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I second that recommendation.
 
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