• October 26, 2004 26 Oct'04

    Dear Manager, They Need a Build Machine

    The continuous build process feeds you valuable and timely information. A build scheduler checks out a fresh copy of your project from version control and attempts to build the project. The build process includes compiling all any other build ...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    Simplifying EJB development with EJB 3.0

    Take a look at the complexities in the current EJB model before we dive down discussing the details what EJB 3.0 is bringing on to the table.  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    Pragmatic Project Automation

    Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, who brought you "The Pragmatic Programmer" have designed a series of books to introduce readers in a hands-on way to CVS, JUnit, and project automation. The books are designed as a recipe book for beginners and a way for ...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    Effective Enterprise Java: Preface, State Management

    This excerpt from the book Effective Enterprise Java discusses such items as: using HTTPSessions sparingly, using object-first persistence to preserve your domain model, using relational-first persistence to expose the power of the relational model,...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    ACID is Good. Take it in Short Doses

    This article is about why ACID is good for you, why ACID doesn't work in long doses, why you shouldn't give up and what concepts, models and technologies you can take in longer doses.  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    Simplifying EJB Development with EJB 3.0

    Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) was introduced for building distributed components. When it arrived it came with a promise to solve all issues and complexities of CORBA. EJB being the heart of J2EE went through several major revisions and got fattened ...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2004 01 Oct'04

    Effective Enterprise Java

    In the chapter you will read about items such as: Using HTTPSessions sparingly, using object-first persistence to preserve your domain model, using relational-first persistence to expose the power of the relational model, using procedural-first ...  Continue Reading

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