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About the Author
Jonathan is an engineer who has been fascinated by new technologies, computer sciences, and the digital world ever since his childhood. As a graduate of the Ecole des Minesone of the best French polytechnic institutes, Jonathan has more than 13 years of experience in Java and JEE ecosystems.
Jonathan has worked for several global companies and financial institutionsSyred, Philips, Sungard, Ixis CIB, BNP Paribas, Amundi AMwith whom he maintains strong ties and daily contacts. During his career, Jonathan has successfully progressed through many levels of his industry, working as a developer, architect, Scrum master, team leader, and project manager. Now, Jonathan has joined StepInfo (http://www.stepinfo.com/), a high-tech company focused on Java and the sponsor of local JUG and Devoxx, where he works as a project director, trainer, and leader of expert task forces.
Jonathans skills include advanced knowledge of a wide range of technologies and frameworks: Spring, Hibernate, GWT, Mule ESB, Struts, JSF, Groovy, Android, EJB, JMS, application servers, agile methods, and of course, Apache Maven. Jonathan is available on the cloud Blog: http://jonathan.lalou.free.fr Twitter: http://twitter.com/john_the_cowboy LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanlalou.
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Also, on the Kindle, know that the code formatting gets pretty screwed up and can make the XML hard to read. This doesn't bother me as much as some people (maybe simply because I'm stubborn about doing what it takes to learn something).
For people with knowledge of basic Maven concepts such as scopes, dependency resolution and exclusion, and sub-modules, this book will not give much more.
This book must be your buddy in your digital wallet when you have to refer to Maven best practices to build better.