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Raghavendra Desoju

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Hi Pete,

Thanks for the note. I did check my spam folder and it is lying there.

Regards,
Raghavendra
1 year ago
Hi Ranch Office,

I am one of the winners of book promotion "Head First Android Development - Tuesday, October 10 2017".

I sent an email after getting a purple message. However, have not received any confirmation.

Request you to check on this and help.

Thanks,
Raghavendra
1 year ago
Thank you, will be waiting for a free copy !!
2 years ago
Hi Dawn and David,

First and far most, thank you for the book. I have always been a fan of Head First Series. It really builds a solid foundation in the brain, especially because of the narration style.

Can we expect the same from this book?

Thanks,
Raghavendra Desoju
2 years ago
Thank you very much !! This helps a lot !!
2 years ago
Hi Sameer,

Welcome and thanks a lot for putting together a book especially on Architect Interview !!

Does it discuss about Cloud Architecture strategies, Micro Services, SOA etc?

Thanks,
Raghu
2 years ago
Correction:

Servlets are good candidates for binary content like PDFs etc.

JSF could replace JSPs with facelets for content like HTML, XML etc.
Hi,

I am using JSP in my assignment. In all sense, JSF can replace JSPs/Servlets. I know it really depends on case to case basis.

Here is what I have been thinking:

1. It has simple lightweight UI with HTML content.
2. Assignment does not have complex navigation and page transition rules.
2. It also does not really need advanced component based and AJAX features.


Could you guys throw some ideas to better justify usage of JSPs?

Thanks, Raghu
Hello my dear ranchers,

I wish all of you a very happy and prosperous new year !!

Regards,
Raghu
2 years ago
Found below white paper from Oracle.

http://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware/application-server/oracle-glassfish-server/comparing-glassfish-jboss-wp-117118.pdf

It will be difficult to select any server based on the information available on the internet, unless we try it on our own. What is the best way to justify the selection say Glassfish App Server?

Thanks, Raghu
Thank you !!

Is there any genuine guide or source using which we could justify selection of a particular Application Server?

Thanks, Raghu
Hi,

I am in the process of doing my assignment. I found below interesting post while googling for comparison of various application servers.

http://www.slideshare.net/Romanik/websphere-app-server-vs-jboss-vs-weblogic-vs-tomcat-interconnect-2016

Looks like IBM WebSphere AS has got lot of advantages over other servers. Is it okay to propose it based on above comparison?

Please suggest.

Thanks, Raghu
Hi Ranchers,

Do Web Servers and Application Servers provide JNDI lookup registries(containers) so that non Java EE components like Java SE applications etc, can lookup for resources?

Thanks, Raghu

K. Tsang wrote:Where did you read about this?

I know what each of those 3 terms mean separately. But together, huh at first is there even any effect/impact?



Hi Tsang,
I referred couple of books (EE5/6 Study guides and other reference books) and somehow my sub-conscious reached to above conclusion !! Here is where I wanted to get suggestions/thoughts from you folks on getting it right !!