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Hi
Can anyone recommend a good J2ME book to get started out with. I am a reletively competent coder of servlets and JSP but have little experience with EJB stuff
Thanks
 
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Originally posted by Y C:
Hi
Can anyone recommend a good J2ME book to get started out with. I am a reletively competent coder of servlets and JSP but have little experience with EJB stuff
Thanks


J2ME does not have servlets/JSP or EJB. It is complex in other ways. For books, have a look at a JavaWorld book review I recently published:
Java books hit the wire
In addition, the Kroll and Haustein book being promoted this week also looks pretty good.
 
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I started to learn j2me by the book written by "Jonathan Knudsen"
As i think for starting it is a nice book, After that you can read the "Addison Wesley" book on j2me that is another good book but is not for beginners.
Rishi
 
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Originally posted by Rishi Tyagi:
I started to learn j2me by the book written by "Jonathan Knudsen"


That one is good but is getting old now. Jonathan told me that he is working on a revision that is supposed to come out in a couple of months.
 
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Thanks Michal for the updation,
Actually i am also waiting for the new version of this book
Regards,
Rishi
 
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Thanks for the responses everyone. I will check some of these out and hopefully get coding with J2ME
Jeff
 
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Rishi ,
Do you know when will be the new version of this book released?
Thanks,
[ August 01, 2002: Message edited by: Raj Birru ]
 
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