Drools Developer's Cookbook Paperback – 3 Jan 2012
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About the Author
Lucas Amador is a Software Developer born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His Open Source interest started since young. However, he finally got fully involved in 2008 while working with a JBoss partner and providing consultancy and developing software using the JBoss middleware platform for telco, financial and other such companies. At this time he obtained the Sun Java Developer and JBoss Advanced Developer certifications. He started getting involved in the JBoss Drools community through the Google Summer of Code 2009 program by implementing a refactoring module for the Eclipse Drools Plugin, and since then he is a jBPM5/Drools committer where spend his time implementing new features and fixing bugs. Lucas works as a freelance developer and is always looking something interesting to work in.
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The nadir for me was the beginning of Chapter 2 - "Marshalling knowledge sessions". There are nearly 12 pages of code print outs and explanation. This is introduced by a single sentence: "Knowledge storage can be an important feature of your application if you want to resume the execution with the previous working memory state." Well why would I want to do this? What are the trade-offs from a performance point of view? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? What relevant experience has the author got to bring?
You could get the same level of critical analysis by reading internet forums, which I don't feel is acceptable for a full price book. Neither is the English, which appears not to have been proof-read.
The book you give a good idea how to star your drools programming and all examples in the book it is easy to implement it.