Jeff has more than 18 years of experience in the software development industry, including almost 7 years experience with Java and J2EE. He's authored numerous articles and books, including NET versus J2EE Web Services: A Comparison of Approaches and Connecting JMX Clients and Servers: Understanding the Java Management Extensions.
The J2EE architecture is designed for developing distributed, multi-tier systems, and EJBs lie at its heart. In this hands-on tutorial, Jeff explains the Jave Pet Store — the quintessential demonstration of how this platform can be used to develop full-featured enterprise applications.
In Part 1, he dispelled the jargon. In Part 2, Jeff walks you through the process of writing your first EJB. Don’t put off learning EJBs any longer – this *is* the hands-on, simply-explained tute you’ve been looking for!
Stop cringing! The time has come to face your fear of EJBs, and this is the place to start! In Part 1 of his detailed primer, Jeff takes the teeth out of the EJB tiger, explaining without jargon or hype exactly what the deal is with Enterprise JavaBeans.