InfoQ Book Review: Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse
Agile is a software development trend that many developers are interested in learning, if they aren't already using it. In Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse, Anil Hemrajani attempts to relate Agile practices to Java and several open source toolsets (Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse) designed to make Java development simpler.
This book contains a high level overview of many of the free technologies used in the development of web applications using technologies which are considered "lightweight" in their design but still need to be robust. The author proposes an interesting process blueprint that could be replicated on various projects with differing toolsets.
Morton liked this book. It is easy to read - it's presented informally rather than in some sort of textbook format - quite a different style from the usual computer book. It includes a useful chapters on Eclipse and another on "debugging and JMX". The Spring MVC chapter presents information available in the Spring documentation, but in a more friendly and concise format. It also has simple working code examples for those new to the subject.
He suggests it is useful for for technical managers (managing developers) and intermediate developers in small Java web development shops.
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