New Books Shipment in – April 2005


The April shipment of new books has arrived. Some books are in the library, others immediately went home with some of my esteemed colleagues. Some of the books in this shipment:

  • Expert One-on-One J2EE Development without EJB by Rod Johnson, Juergen Hoeller # Publisher: Wrox (June 21, 2004) (two copies)
  • Spring in Action Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach February 2005, 472 pages (Manning) ISBN 1932394354
  • Pro Spring By Rob Harrop, Jan Machacek , Apress ISBN: 1-59059-461-4 832 pp.
  • JavaServer Faces in Action (In Action series) by Kito Mann, Kito D. Mann ; Manning Publications (November, 2004) ISBN: 1932394125
  • Mastering JavaServer Faces (Java) by Bill Dudney, Jonathan Lehr, Bill Willis, LeRoy Mattingly ; John Wiley & Sons (June 7, 2004) ISBN: 0471462071
  • Hibernate : A Developer’s Notebookby James Elliott ; Publisher: O’Reilly; 1 edition (May 14, 2004) ISBN: 0596006969
  • Beginning Databases With Postgresql: From Novice To Professional (Beginning from Novice to Professional) by Neil Matthew, Richard Stones ; Apress; 1 edition (April 30, 2005) ISBN: 1590594789
  • Effective Oracle by Design, Thomas Kyte, McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 0072230657,688 pages, Pub Date: 2003-08-22 (5 copies)
  • Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 3rd Edition, By Steven Feuerstein September 2002 ISBN: 0-596-00381-1 (5 copies)

About Author

Lucas Jellema, active in IT (and with Oracle) since 1994. Oracle ACE Director and Oracle Developer Champion. Solution architect and developer on diverse areas including SQL, JavaScript, Kubernetes & Docker, Machine Learning, Java, SOA and microservices, events in various shapes and forms and many other things. Author of the Oracle Press book Oracle SOA Suite 12c Handbook. Frequent presenter on user groups and community events and conferences such as JavaOne, Oracle Code, CodeOne, NLJUG JFall and Oracle OpenWorld.


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    Yes we have that one too. I have not been able to compare the two, but thanks for your observations.



  2. Is Hibernate in Action already in your library? I prefer that one, simply because after I had finished the Developers Notebook I experienced that I’ve rapidly learned a list of recipes without knowing how to cook a real meal. Hibernate in Action actually gives you that foundation.