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[Review] Java 2 Enterprise Edition by Vijay Mukhi

[Review] Java 2 Enterprise Edition by Vijay Mukhi

Java had been the most promising language on par .NET. Even now there are large scale enterprise applications having strong demand for Java. College students and aspirants into IT field try to get  strong foothold into these technologies. With so many software training institutes in Chennai, I strongly feel that a good book choice can never be supplanted by anything else. Under these circumstances, I would like to introduce and write a note on Java 2 Enterprise Edition book by Vijay Mukhi.

  1. I came across this eBook edition from here.
  2. Vijay Mukhi's books follow a very simple, pleasant, elegant and easy reading style.
  3. They provide a lot of easy-to-follow examples for a beginner to grasp the concepts and code without much difficulties.
  4. Now from the provided website at his books have a cyber companion besides quick and easy bookshops available all over the country.

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