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on 18 November 2011
I needed to get of the ground and running fast with jsp and servlets. This book did the trick. I already had the basics of java (although very rusty) but that was enough to understand the examples. It helps beforehand to have the basics of http, urls etc but I would expect that to be the case anyway for anyone with any experience of web programming.
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on 19 August 2009
This, like all other books I have purchased from this publisher, is excellent value for money. It teaches in a byte size chunk which makes learning easy. I wish all publishers of technical books would follow this approach. This book should be on the shelf of anybody learning Java Servlets and JSP from scratch. The only one provisory is that unless you are familiar with programming in Java, you will need to read Java SE6 from the same publisher first, as this book does not cover basic java programming.
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on 16 May 2013
This book is a must have for anyone wanting to learn / new to JSP/Servlets/MVC pattern.

It will give you a quick head start as most topics are filled with useful examples that are very easy to follow.
Some topics are Servlets, MVC, JSP, JSTL, EL, Clean Code, JavaBeans, Scope, Tomcat, Connection pools

Each chapter is very clear, well presented and does not contain useless information like some other books.

For anyone who has not programmed in Java before you could probably get away with reading this book and using the JDocs as you go along. (given that you are familiar with OOD & common data structures).

Phil
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on 6 July 2012
I am really impressed with the thoughtful way that this book has been written. Having completed chapters 7 and 8 I now feel confident about the way JSPs and Servets work with the MVC pattern and have consequently started building intranet applications.
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on 17 March 2010
By reading this book you can learn all the skills you need for developing a complete web-application.
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