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Architecting Modern Java EE Applications: Prerequisites

 
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Hi Sebastian,

Is there any knowledge prerequisite before reading of this book?
I mean if it is required or if you recommend to gain at least basic knowledge about Domain Driven Design, Continuous Delivery, DevOps, containers, ... etc. before reading of this book?
Or is it enough for the reader to start with this book only with knowledge of "legacy" Java EE?

And if I can have another question - what is your opinion about moving of Java EE from Oracle to Eclipse Foundation? :-)

Thank you very much,
Lukas
 
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