Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer’s Guide

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Sep 23, 2013 - Computers - 374 pages
Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is a fast-paced and feature-packed book, designed to get you working with Java EE 6, JDK 7 and Oracle WebLogic Server 12c straight away, so start developing your own applications.Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer's Guide is written for developers who are just getting started, or who have some experience, with Java EE who want to learn how to develop for and use Oracle WebLogic Server. Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer's Guide also provides a great overview of the updated features of the 12c release, and how it integrates Java EE 6 and JDK 7 to remove boilerplate code.
 

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I was one of the tech reviewers for the book and I can say I learned a lot from it. The book touches a lot of technologies and uses all of them together to create a real world application. The book addresses Java EE 6: EJBs, CDI, Web Services, RESTful services, JavaServer Faces 2 along with prime faces, using these technologies in a way that makes sense. So, I definitely recommend it! 

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Fabio Mazanatti Nunes: With more than two decades of experience in system design and development, Fabio worked in a wide range of projects and architectures (mainframe, client-server, distributed architecture, and SOA) for large corporations in Brazil, and for the last dozen years, he specialized in the architecture and implementation of Java EE and SOA solutions, mainly using BEA and Oracle products. You can fi nd more material related to these topics on his blog, http://mazanatti.info.

William Markito Oliveira has more than 15 years of experience in software development, including solution architecture and consulting. For the last few years, he had focused on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), and system optimization. Currently, he is looking into cloud systems with specifi c focus on in-memory data grid and Java EE. He is also a member of the Java EE Tutorial documentation team, helping with write-ups and code examples about new Java EE technologies and can be reached at Twitter (@william_markito) or through his blog, http://blog. markito.info. He has authored another book, The Java EE 6 Tutorial: Advanced Topics, Fourth Edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, 978-0-13708-186-8.

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