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Java Performance and Scalability von Dov Bulka
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Books on how to write code in Java are ten-a-penny now. Until a new version of java comes out, we don't really need anymore. What we do need though, are more books like this.
If anyone using Java across a network, using either servlets or EJBs, there is a dearth of information. There are a couple of excellent goods on how to get going but little opportunity to broaden the scope once the basics of these technologies have been covered.
This book is a very welcome addition to the Java Server-side bibliography. The information on optimisation and increasing efficiency of communication contains a lot I haven't come across elsewhere.
For anyone who already has a copy of… Mehr dazu
Puppies for Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech)) von Sarah Hodgson
5.0 von 5 Sternen Surprisingly good., 19. Juli 2000
I always approach the 'Dummies' series of books with some trepidation since I always expect them to be shallow and short on detail. Although true for some of their computing books, that's not the case here.
By coincidence, I came across this book as we were about to get a puppy ourselves. The most useful part is certainly about housetraining and then the stuff about properly looking after it so that it doesn't get instilled in bad habits.
I'm sure there are many other books on how to look after puppies. This one, I'm sure, is as good as any of them.
The Pattern Almanac 2000 (Software Patterns) von Linda Rising
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Having worked my way through a good proportion of the famous 'Design Patterns' book I'm always on the lookout for a simpler introductory book that I can recommend to people new to the subject. In many ways this book fulfills that rôle.
It is a comprehensive catalogue of pretty much every important pattern published. It includes lots of reference material and a wealth of information on where to find more information. Its weakness is that it includes so many patterns. There is quite a lot of duplication (or, alternatively, variations on a theme) and the quest to include everything means that there is only a limited amount of information about any particular pattern… Mehr dazu