I want to begin learning J2EE to transition myself from .NET development into the J2EE world. I've been reading up on some of hte J2EE technologies from Sun's web site, and I am familiar with some of the tech by name only -- Tomcat, JBoss, etc.
My main issue is learning the overall organization. Like what are containers, application servers, etc.
If anyone has a good book recommendation for an intro to J2EE, I would appreciate it. Or any good websites. I've started reading through Sun's website and pieces of Apache's.
- book by damian frach on January 20 2005 07:36 EST
- Re: Moving from .NET to J2EE by Andrew Kuzmin on January 21 2005 13:01 EST
- >>Moving from .NET to J2EE by Jonathan Tomkins on January 25 2005 12:29 EST
one of the best J2EE books:
Thanks for the rec. I'll check it out.
When you begin the migration from .NET to J2EE, it will be interesting to know the issues that you came across and your general feel of performance diff between the two platforms...
Have moved from .net to j2ee apps recently, and find the j2ee sun tutorial a good reference...
also useful j2ee architecture pattern page...
there's similar things to .net, though maybe with fairly different implementations, such as the tags.