Synopses & Reviews
This hands-on guide introduces you to Spring, the increasingly popular framework for developing enterprise Java applications. Written by committers to the Spring project—who also participate in the development of Spring certification exams—Programming Spring provides the practical details you need for developing lightweight enterprise applications, including the most recent features debuting in version 3.1. You'll also learn how to use the framework's many modules, such as Spring Integration and Spring Batch, to provide a range of services.
Presented in a concise, easy-to-follow style, Programming Spring is ideal for Java programmers experienced with the framework, as well as those just starting out.
About the Author
Russ Miles is a co-founder and CEO at OpenCredo, a software development best practice consultancy based in the UK, where he specializes in enterprise software development, working with many international clients. In addition to being a popular trainer, Russ speaks at international conferences on subjects ranging from Agile Software Development to Cloud Computing. He also leads and contributes to a number of open source projects.
Tareq Abedrabbo is a Senior Consultant and the founder of GoPragmatic. He works with the Telecom industry on various aspects of enterprise applications including architecture, web development, and data integration. He has been an enthusiastic and often early adopter of the Spring Framework and portfolio projects since 2004. He is currently a committer on the Spring Web Services project and more recently has been contributing to the Spring-WS Grails plugin.