Developing J2EE Applications with IBM WebSphere Studio

This book was designed to prepare you to fulfill the role of IBM Certified Enterprise Developer, supporting the jCert Enterprise Developer Job Role.

Developing J2EE Applications with IBM WebSphere Studio
Published by IBM Press

To succeed in today's challenging business environment, companies need software developers who can implement integrated enterprise-wide applications and satisfy the demands of customers whose needs continue to evolve. Not only can you become that enterprise developer, but you can also be certified by IBM in the greatest technology available to provide those solutions.

Developed in cooperation with the team that created the exam, this book is the only certification study guide endorsed and recommended by IBM for test 287. It is designed to prepare you to fulfill the role of IBM Certified Enterprise Developer, supporting the jCert Enterprise Developer Job Role, which represents the highest level of Web and enterprise development.

Howard Kushner has assembled a team of WebSphere experts from around the world. These experts have gathered and presented in this book a wealth of information you need to become certified. All of the contributors are experienced WebSphere developers and instructors with excellent track records of developing and delivering high quality education and superior products to WebSphere students and users.

Stay abreast of the latest standards and tooling. This book examines the most recent version of J2EE (Version 1.3) and shows you how to take advantage of the rich set of features and functionality included in the WebSphere platform. It will guide you through the myriad of views and perspectives as well as the J2EE roles. With this information, you can build, test, assemble, and deploy enterprise applications the WebSphere way.


This was first published in June 2004

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