Thinking in Enterprise Java
by Bruce Eckel et. al.
Publisher: MindView, Inc. 2003
The goal of J2EE is to create a set of tools that allows the Java developer to build server-based applications more quickly than before, and in a platform-independent way. This book assumes you have read and understood most of Thinking in Java, 3rd Edition.
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