Real World Java EE Patterns-Rethinking Best Practices Paperback – 5 Sep 2012
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The text is easy to digest, with enough brevity to keep the flow going but enough depth to feel you are gaining some knowledge as you go along. The examples are sufficiently detailed to help gain understanding and make a start at implementing them in the real world.
My only gripe is that the comparison of SOA and Domain-Driven approaches, in the final chapter, seemed too short, as though it was included as an after-thought. A more expansive discussion of this topic would have rounded the book off better I think.
All in all, highly recommended if you want to gain a good understanding of enterprise patterns in Java.
Shame, because what he has to say is interesting and otherwise well written. Try the dead tree version instead.
You learn many advanced tricks and patterns.
Conclusion: must buy for Java EE developers looking & creating serious software.
agree with the other reviewer that the kindle version's quality of production ( or lack thereof ) is always at the forefront of your mind meaning quite a lot of energy is used simply trying not to 'see' it.
The content of the book, while hidden by the broken flow, does get into areas I'm interested in using what seems to be an otherwise easy reading style.
The hard copy is probably a worthwhile buy - assuming there's a contents section, whitespace occasionally and every third 'i' isn't dropped.
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