JSP: Practical Guide for Programmers It has been more than 10 years since the introduction of the Mosaic Web browser from NCSA when the Web first achieved widespread notice. Early Web pages were generally simple, as people slowly learned the new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) concepts. As the Internet-browser wars heated up, more people entered the fray, and different technologies,... JavaServer Pages, Second Edition
Since being introduced in 1999, JavaServer Pages™ (JSP) have become a popular and important technology for building dynamic, interactive, content-rich Web sites. JavaServer Pages™, Second Edition is a hands-on guide to working with JSP, offering the easiest and most efficient ways for non-programmers and Web...
Software Abstractions: Logic, Language, and Analysis
As a programmer working for Logica UK in London in the mid-1980’s, I became a passionate advocate of formal methods. Extrapolating from small successes with VDM and JSP, I was sure that widespread use of formal methods would bring an end to the software crisis.
One approach especially intrigued me. John Guttag and Jim...
Specification by Example: How Successful Teams Deliver the Right Software
The book you hold in your hands, or see on your screen, is the result of a series
of studies of how teams all over the world specify, develop, and deliver the
right software, without defects, in very short cycles. It presents the collective
knowledge of about 50 projects, ranging from public websites to internal back-office
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