Market_Desc: Am ProgrammersAm DevelopersAm ManagersAm Students in Senior and Graduate-level Computer Science Courses Special Features: Am Absolutely the finest book on client/server on the market today. It's got great advice, and is well-written and fun to read. -Richard Finkelstein, Performance Computing, on the first edition Features new chapters on JavaBeans, XML, Dynamic HTML, CORBA 3.0, COM+, Windows 98, NetWare 5.0, data warehouses and mining, and much moreAm Explores groupware in depth, including Lotus Notes 5.0 and Microsoft Exchange 5.5 About The Book: In Client/Server Survival Guide, Third Edition, one of the industry's most popular author teams reunites for a timely and total update of their classic guide, providing all the information you need on the many new technologies that have emerged in the last two years and entirely changed the face of client/server computing. This new edition includes in-depth coverage of JavaBeans, Dynamic HTML, XML, Windows NT 5.0, Object Transaction Monitors, and more. Featuring the Orfali team's signature writing style, the book offers controversial comparisons of different products, wish lists, suggested improvements, and honest advice on whether it's best to just wait for the next version. CD-ROM contains over 50 Design Patterns in Java.This new edition includes in-depth coverage of JavaBeans, Dynamic HTML, XML, Windows NT 5.0, Object Transaction Monitors, and more.
|Title||:||CLIENT/SERVER SURVIVAL GUIDE, 3RD ED|
|Author||:||Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey, Jeri Edwards|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2007-01-01|