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Repost: Advanced Java Networking by Prashant Sridharan
Publisher: Prentice Hall Ptr | (May 1997) | ISBN: 0137491360 | PDF | 1.7 Mb | 368 pages
Advanced Java Networking gives the reader a well-rounded and fairly detailed introduction to Java networking technologies.
The subjects Sridharan covers sound like a seminar list from a software development conference: IDL/CORBA, RMI, JDBC/SQL, JavaBeans, Castanet, JMAPI, servlets, and JavaOS, to name a few. But this isn't a dilettantish cursory look at each of many technologies. Rather, this book provides the programmer with the kind of information needed to make solid design and implementation decisions.
In the chapter on RMI, for example, Sridharan spends a little time explaining the attractions and shortcomings of the specification. Then, while walking you through the creation of a calendaring application, shows you some of the ins and outs of actual program design with RMI.