Tony Gonzalez, of the Kansas City Chiefs has scheduled a"formal commitment ceremony" on July 20 with his girlfriend in Huntington Beach, California. I did it the best way for me." I heard about this on a local sports radio show.
it's definitely not time consuming, not something you have to plow through. Reviewers told us it was just enjoyable to read, not confusing or something you have to read five times before you know what it's talking about. It includes, for instance, comparisons of stateless session beans to the clerk in the coffee store who never remembers you from the last time but will always get you the coffee you ask for.
Solveig ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [email protected] The Big Picture" by Solveig Haugland, Mark Cade, and Anthony Orapallo Knowledge without coding.
Nick SCJP 1.2, OCP 9i DBA, SCWCD 1.3, SCJP 1.4 (SAI), SCJD 1.4, SCWCD 1.4 (Beta), ICED (IBM 287, IBM 484, IBM 486), SCMAD 1.0 (Beta), SCBCD 1.3, ICSD (IBM 288), ICDBA (IBM 700, IBM 701), SCDJWS, ICSD (IBM 348), OCP 10g DBA (Beta), SCJP 5.0 (Beta), SCJA 1.0 (Beta), MCP(70-270), SCBCD 5.0 (Beta), SCJP 6.0, SCEA for JEE5 (in progress) Originally posted by Santosh Ram: Does this book address the XML security issues/api's like DS, XML Encryption, SAML, XAML? "J2EE 1.4: The Big Picture" how big is the picture?
Did the authors address the issue of "ease of reading"? It's big picture, more about concepts than the absolute latest specific technology. just 320 pages or so to cover everything in the book.
Is it going to be toooo big ( time consuming) to go through?
It may mention those topics, but it wont be a in depth discussion.
According to the author, , the book contains only around 300 pages.
It just tries to give an overview of some of the important technogloes.
You can also find the link to the TOC of the book from the above thread.
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Does this book address the XML security issues/api's like DS, XML Encryption, SAML, XAML? "J2EE 1.4: The Big Picture" how big is the picture?