Media praise for Java Enterprise in a Nutshell

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"...serious Java developers will want this as an essential desk reference."
-- James Cox, Library Bookwatch

"This is an update to an excellent book that every Java developer should have. If you don't own it, you should get it; if you own an older version, you should think about getting this updated version...this book is a requirement for all Java developers who need a thorough source of information on a wide-range of common Java development topics, with excellent examples that illustrate usage. This book is definitely one of my favorites."
-- Eric Bruno, Dr. Dobbs Journal

"Authors Jim Farley, William Crawford, Prakash Malani, Justin Gehtland and John G Norman, have done an outstanding job of writing the third edition of a book that provides a pragmatic introduction to the latest release of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)...This most excellent book provides concise, fast paced tutorials on a broad range of enterprise Java tools and APIs. More importantly, this book is both a practical guide and quick reference for Java programmers who are writing enterprise applications. "
-- John Vacca, Amazon.com

"Having the right equipment, software tools, and knowledge can make programming in an enterprise environment far easier, more efficient, and more secure. For that reason, O'Reilly's Java Enterprise in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition should be on the desk of every Java enterprise developer, and on the bookshelf of every student Java programmer looking for a career in business software development. It excellently condenses every important aspect of designing Java programs for large, network-connected businesses."
--Jem Matzen, The Jem Report, February 2006


"...serious Java developers will want this as an essential desk reference."
--James Cox, Library Bookwatch