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Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java (Addison&hellip von Bill Shannon
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5.0 von 5 Sternen J2EE specifications, 15. Juni 2000
This book is 'just' a paper version of what you can download for free from java.sun.com. It includes the specifications for: J2EE, Servlets, JSP and EJB - including FAQs and a Glossary (everything available for free on Suns site). The specifications are the definite reference - and proves a good supplement to other books. Worth reading.
The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Thi&hellip von Donald A. Schon
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A word of warning. This book is hard to read. Some things are reapeated over and over, while other detailes are never given proper treatment.
But - if you don't mind spending some time reading and analyzing the book, there are heaps of golden nuggets to find.
Schön illustrates why rational design processes doesn't work in reality (for computer enthusiasts this means an explanation of why the waterfall model will never work on real life problems). Instead he tries to explain how designer (architects, musicians, engineers etc.) really work, when they solve real problems. And how to teach expert knowledge to others.
I highly recommend this book for non-whimps...;-)
Things That Make Us Smart: Defending Human Attribu&hellip von Norman
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This book is easy to read - and should open most peoples eyes a bit more...
It describes how we (mankind) uses external representations to assist our brains - from writing, to diagrams, to maps, to the way we build our offices.
If you want a deeper psychological understanding with which you can do your own reasoning on different types of external representation - get this book. If you want clear-cut guidelines - get another book.
If you like this book - try Normans: The Design of Everydaythings as well. You might like Donald Schöns The Reflective Practitioner also.
Last word: Norman seems to prefer easy reading to structure - which means the book is best read… Mehr dazu