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Written by IBM senior field engineers and senior product development experts, this advanced book provides a solid look at the development of a range of core Java EE technologies as well as an in-depth description of the development facilities provided by IBM Rational Application Developer Version 7.5.
The Java EE developmental platform incorporates a wide range of technologies from disparate and myriad sources. This up-to-date guidebook helps developers triumph over the complexity and depth of knowledge required to build successful architectures. Senior developers, engineers, and architects--especially those who work with Rational Application Developer and those seeking certification at the Sun-certified Java master-tier level or the IBM Rational Application Developer certified professional and certified advanced professional levels--will appreciate this convenient, single reference point.
Those familiar with the previous edition of this book, Developing J2EE Applications with IBM WebSphere Studio (MC Press, 2003), will find here fully updated coverage of v7 of IBM WebSphere Application Server and a new focus on IBM Rational Application Developer v7.5 as the industry-standard development environment for component-based enterprise applications and SOA solutions. In addition, an all-new Chapter 2 was designed specifically to supplement the syllabus for a one-semester Java EE college or high school course.
|Author Name:||Kameron Cole, Robert McChesney, and Richard Raszka|
|Publication Date:||November 21, 2011|
|Product Dimensions:||7.5 x 2 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||3 pounds|
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