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Derek Ashmore is an architect and consultant with over 25 years experience in a wide range of technologies, including Java and Java EE. He frequently architects and designs high-usage web applications and manages development teams to build them. Many of his articles have been published in the Java Developer’s Journal, JavaPro and other trade publications.

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Practical and Actionable 18. Februar 2014
Von Akila Gunaratne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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How often do you read a book and end up being confused what to do next? Derek is not a "pure theoretical" guy. You don't need to know him to realise that. Once you read the book you come to realise his experience in the Java EE domain and notice valuable pointers.

Next, how often do you long to get back to your IT infrastructure to implement what you read? My guess is just a few readings. This book is special because as you read it, you would want to actually do what is told in it. Your fingers keep itching to do some refactoring and add a few new things you learned. Yes, I code. I hate to just design stuff.

So who am I? What credibility does this review carry? Right now I work at HP Singapore as a Senior Systems Analyst. I run my own company in Delaware, Adimpression LLC. I do a lot of design and coding (All open sourced here: [...] ).

To add to the review a few pointers you might want to follow in Java EE, which I didn't realise them until too late:

1. Always remember, distributed transactions come at a cost and don't scale as smoothly as you think
2. Stateful session beans don't mean they are "per user". Rather, they mean "per thread". So find a way to hook them up with HttpSession if you are building a web application.
3. JSR's are the best place to clarify a theoretical confusion, such as: What happens during a roll back if a TransactionAttributeType.NOT_SUPPORTED is nested inside a REQUIRED? Can you nest a NEVER inside a REQUIRED transaction?
4. Favourite Java EE container to consider? TomEE. Very lightweight and all Apache.

There you go. Honest review :-) HTH
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A Must Read for Technical Architects 13. Februar 2014
Von Tech Architect - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I would highly recommend this book to technical architects responsible for the design and delivery of moderate to highly complex applications.

Too often we throw around the term of technical architect without it meaning anything more than being a really good developer. I believe this book covers the aspects of being a technical architect that too often missing.

* Understanding the skill sets needed on a project
* Putting together the correct team
* Strategies for getting a clear definition and scope for the project
* Architectural & design options vs implementation of a product
* Designing for maintenance
* Testing strategies

If you are looking for a technical reference book, this is not the book for you. If you are looking for a book that covers what a technical architect needs to know to do their job, this IS your book.
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Software architect: this is what you do. 13. Juli 2014
Von Joseph - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are a software architect, this book is really a description of what you do. I have found myself sometimes wondering what is the extent of my job. This book outlines my position and aided me in understanding the breadth and scope of my position.

The next aspect this book covered was to describe some best practices. While these are fairly obvious, they were presented in terms of the role, how implementing these practices can make your life easier in the role, and how these practices can benefit stakeholders. Having such a clear presentation was good and will benefit me the next time I have to tell someone in the organization "why we're doing it this way."
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Nice summary and helpful thoughts on best practices 5. November 2014
Von ZZJ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Nice summary and helpful thoughts on best practices. But it is comparatively pricy. That's why I gave 4 stars but not 5 stars.

Sometimes, I will take out this book and review some highlights to help me make decision on my projects.

For experienced architects, it confirmed and suggested many practices for the real cases. For other types of technical guys, don't buy it. It will be useless, boring and tedious.
Must have book 17. Dezember 2014
Von Maksym - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very addictive book. First of all I'd like to highlight the target auditory of this book. It's either a junior architect or senior developer. The author's style is very impressive, he does not use uberqualified terms or definitions. The book will structure your knowledge and vision about being an architect. I highly recommend this book even for very qualified persons. This book is also a good jumping-off ground for understanding of your next book. There is one more important benefit. The book is well organized and provide easy way to navigate to particular question.
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