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From the Back Cover
JXTA: Java P2P Programming provides an invaluable introduction to this new technology, filled with useful information and practical examples. It was created by members of the JXTA community, sharing their real-world experience to introduce developers to JXTA. It starts with the fundamentals of P2P and demonstrates how JXTA fulfills the P2P promise, then covers the essentials of JXTA including the protocols, the JXTA Shell, and groups. Later chapters include case studies demonstrating JXTA to synchronize data and to create distributed applications. Includes a foreward by Juan Carlos Soto, Group Marketing Manager for Project JXTA at Sun Microsystems and the jxta.org Open Source Community Manager.
About the Author
Daniel Brookshier is a world-class Java consultant, author, and speaker with 20 years of experience. Mr. Brookshier's knowledge of software development covers many industries, including transportation, telecom, wireless, healthcare, B2B, petroleum engineering, law, insurance, software tools, and aerospace. He is an international consultant with contract assignments in the United States, Norway, the United Kingdom, and China. Mr. Brookshier is the founder of two Java user groups in Dallas, Texas, the writer of several Java programming books, and he has published numerous articles about Java in industry magazines. Daniel is a recognized expert on Java software development, Java standards, Java Management, enterprise software, and JavaBeans component development. Daniel can be reached at email@example.com
Darren Govoni is a Distinguished Engineer at Cacheon, Inc. in San Francisco where he is responsible for product architecture and technology roadmapping. Darren is an active writer and speaker on Java technologies, P2P systems, Web Services, and adaptive computing. In 1999, Darren founded Metadapt Design Systems with an emphasis on design metaphors for complex adaptive systems. His research forms the basis for Cacheon technology and products.
Navaneeth Krishnan is currently Senior Product Engineer at Aztec Software and Technology Solutions where he has designed and developed several e-commerce solutions and reusable frameworks primarily based on the J2EE architecture. His current focus is on Web Services and peer-to-peer technologies. He has beeninvolved in JXTA since mid 2001 and strongly believes that it has the potential to make a significant impact in the area of peer-to-peer computing. He spends his spare time writing articles, contributing to books, and exploring the endless possibilities created by emerging technologies.
Juan Carlos Soto is the Group Marketing Manager for Project JXTA at Sun Microsystems and the jxta.org Open Source Community Manager. On previous projects at Sun, Mr. Soto managed engineering groups implementing Java for small devices and managed business development for Java Software.
Prior to Sun, Mr. Soto was Director of Product Development at Diba, Inc., an early pioneer developing consumer information appliance. Diba was acquired by Sun in 1997. Prior to his work at Diba, Mr. Soto worked at Hewlett-Packard, where he held various positions in Engineering and Marketing management.
Mr. Soto has an MS in Engineering Management from Stanford, an MS in Computer Science from the University of Colorado, and a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Florida.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
of style,and in particular,an uncanny balance between the broad
picture and the details.
The authors start by putting Project JXTA in a global context and comparing it with other technologies and indirectly hinting at the ethical and political issues involving P2P networks.And then over the next few chapters they make a very smooth and organic transition to details of various protocols and APIs.
The authors have thereby solved the classic dilemma of the forest versus the trees - either you are high up in the clouds
passively admiring the beauty of the forest or you are lost in the woods screaming for help at every step.Often authors forget this dilemma and are either lost in generalities or in details.
I heartily recommend this book to anyone and everyone.