Bitter EJB by Bruce TateBitter EJB by Bruce Tate

Bitter EJB

byBruce Tate, Mike Clark, Bob Lee

Paperback | June 1, 2003

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Addressing the storming controversy of EJB head-on, this guide discusses framework problems and common traps that can snare unwary developers. Advice is provided for choosing persistence strategies beyond EJB entity beans and a list of several entity bean antipatterns. Also offered are session bean and messaging antipatterns and a compelling discussion about how and when to use problematic stateful session beans. Solutions to difficult problems such as effective builds and performance tuning are furnished. Designed for EJB developers, architects, programmers, and project managers, this authoritative reference attacks basic Java programming problems to establish antipatterns as a serious field for Java developers in a well-known context.
Bruce Tate is an Internet architect who developed the bitter Java concept after seeing a set of customer problems repeated, collecting their stories, and publishing the solutions. He is the author of "Bitter Java," He lives in Austin, Texas. Mike Clark is president of Clarkware Consulting, Inc. He first encountered EJB pitfalls in 1998...
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Title:Bitter EJBFormat:PaperbackDimensions:412 pages, 9.22 × 7.46 × 0.95 inPublished:June 1, 2003Publisher:Manning PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1930110952

ISBN - 13:9781930110953

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