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from The Rational Edge a review of Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd Edition. The review is done by Julia Bishchof, a sales lead at IBM.


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from The Rational Edge: Warner reviews a book that covers topics such as basic Java coding, the JSP standard tag library, and database access, and supplements them with material for advanced practitioners on XML, advanced bean topics, servlets, creating tag libraries, and controllers such as Struts.


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from The Rational Edge: Manjeri Dharmarajan reviews a book describing a management philosophy for finding a work/life balance and creating a sustainable organization.


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John Lambert reviews 20/20 Foresight: Crafting Strategy in an Uncertain World written by Hugh Courtney, McKinsey &Company.


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From the Rationaledge: In recent years, many software companies around the world have adapted the highly successful Capability Maturity Model for Software (SW-CMM) to guide software process improvement programs. The model, elaborated by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University in 1991, is a staged process: At every stage (maturity level), it establishes a foundation of practices. Each successive stage leverages the practices laid out in earlier stages to implement increasingly sophisticated practices.


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from The Rational Edge: McVey looks at this book?s collection of twenty excellent articles on a wide range of topics, reprinted from Software Quality Professional magazine and the proceedings of recent conferences.


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from The Rational Edge: According to Pollice, "Most of the suggestions about ways to improve your testing?in this book are broad statements that, to an experienced tester, simply represent common sense."


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Java Precisely - 2004-04-30

from The Rational Edge: This enthusiastic review claims that Java Precisely is a practical, concise roadmap/reference designed for developers who occasionally need quick answers to basic questions about the language.


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When I began reading this latest effort by Daniel Goleman et al., I was a bit skeptical. Seems like an increasing number of what I call "Kumbaya" books have come onto the market lately -- books promoting the touchy, feely side of leadership. Fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised: This work offers much more than that.


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Hacker's Delight - 2004-03-26

McVey calls this book on computer math "...a gold mine of useful methods and information for those who are interested."


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from The Rational Edge: Elenburg reviews this account of IBM's historic turnaround by Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., the former chairman and CEO who led the firm from the brink of bankruptcy and mainframe obscurity back into the forefront of the technology business.


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from the Rational Edge: Vohra reviews a book that explains the complexities of managing time-sensitive projects in rapidly changing environments, and suggests tools project managers should use to manage those complexities.


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A favorable review of a book for novices and pros alike. The authors provide a step-by-step methodology for writing requirements, including layout of the requirements gathering and writing process.


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from The Rational Edge: Review of a book that introduces the basic theory behind components and discusses related technological practices ? including object-oriented principles and Web Services.


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