Java Web Services Architecture


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Java Web Services Architecture
"Java Web Services Architecture really is one of the nicest technical books I have seen in a long time, combining a basic introduction to the subject with a systematic coverage of a very technical set of specifications. I can’t imagine anyone is going to write anything better than this for a software developer or architect that wants to design Java Web services applications." – Paul Harmon, Senior Consultant, Distributed Architecture Service, Cutter Consortium.

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Java Programming for the Absolute Beginner
The author starts with the basics of Java, assuming that the reader is truly a beginner with no programming experience. This non-intimidating guide to Java will be a welcome addition to the library of any aspiring programmer.

About the Author
Joseph P. Russell is a development programmer for Meditech, a major medical information systems software and service company, developing software for their client/server financial products. He is also a contributing writer to the Web site EastCoastGames.com. He is a graduate of Rhode Island College where he majored in computer science.

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