General J2EE: New to J2EE
Hi everyone, I'm new to J2EE and one thing that I know about it is that there are a lot of technologies that compose J2EE. Could anyone give me an idea about how to start learning J2EE?
- Posted by: Matheus Eduardo Machado Moreira
- Posted on: September 27 2004 20:04 EDT
I will work in a project that uses EJB, DTO, Struts and so on. Thanks in advance.
read every book by Rod Johnson.
its all theory. id say the most important thing for enterprise level development is designing a multi tier architecture properly. clean seperation of layers and research the technologies before u use them to find out which is best for ur needs.
if you design everything perfectly...ur implementation phase will be the easiest.
check out j2ee w/ ejb and w/o ejb. see whats best for you. lightweight vs heavyweight container. ODBMS vs RDBMS.
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Could anyone give me an idea about how to start learning J2EE?I will work in a project that uses EJB, DTO, Struts and so on. Thanks in advance.Matheus EduardoYou poor bastard.
;-) (just kidding)
In addition to the Rod Johnson recommendation, I suggest you check out the book Better, Faster, Lighter Java.