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Seam Framework: Experience the Evolution of Java EE, 2nd Edition

11.22.2008
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By: Jacob Orshalick , Michael Juntao Yuan, Thomas Heute
ISBN: 0137129394
February 2009 (Safari Shortcut - June 2008) | 496 pages

Overview

The #1 Guide to Seam Web Development–Now Fully Updated for Seam 2.x’s Major Enhancements

The authorsall key Seam project contributorsteach Seam 2.x through detailed example applications that reveal how Seam simplifies many tasks that were previously difficult or impractical. Their robust descriptions are complemented by in-depth feature discussions that demonstrate how to use Seam’s power to the fullest. Whether you’re new to Seam programming or a seasoned Seam developer who wants to achieve deeper mastery of Seam 2.x, this book will be an indispensable resource.



About the Author

Michael Juntao Yuan is a researcher, developer, author, and advocate for Java and open source technologies. He is a research associate at the Center for Research in Electronic Commerce at the University of Texas at Austin and the Wireless Java columnist for JavaWorld. Yuan won the 2002 Grand Prize in Nextel, Sun, and Motorola’s national J2ME application contest. Currently, he leads an effort in BuzzPhone.com to develop a series of official blueprint applications for Nokia.

Jacob Orshalick is an independent software consultant, open source enthusiast, and the owner of Focus IT Solutions, an independent software consulting firm. He has a Masters degree in Software Engineering from The University of Texas at Dallas and has seven years of experience developing or extending web frameworks for clients. You can also find Jacob writing about Seam in his blog (http://solutionsfit.com/blog/)

Thomas Heute is the project leader at JBoss.org for Seam. After three years of researching information repositories at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and then PDA security for the National Security Agency (NSA), he became a contributor to the JBoss Portal project. He officially joined JBoss in 2004 as JBoss Portal developer.