2001 EDITORIAL CALENDAR
Java Report provides structured information for developers making serious use of Java.
Written by leading practitioners and authorities in the field, Java Report adheres to
stringent guidelines to ensure editorial accuracy, quality, and integrity.
The four regularly appearing tracks are:
Enterprise Java: Feature content focuses on Java's use in the enterprise
where architecture, distribution, communications, security, scalability, and reliability
issues play important roles in the development of a successful application.
Power Java: Feature content in the Power Java track will focus on language
and programming issues that enable the experienced developer to harness the power the
Java, including coverage of advanced API's, and how to use them to develop interesting and often difficult applications.
Component Java: Feature content in the Component Java track will focus on
the construction and application of JavaBeans, providing examples, tips, techniques,
and patterns of visual and programmatic construction of beans to developers who need to
use and create them.
Java Primer: Feature content in the Java Primer track will focus on learning
to master programming in Java with style, by providing information on fundamental OO
concepts, Java's base packages and classes, and programming tips and techniques.
||Patterns and Frameworks
||Java Server Pages (JSPs)
||Design and Architecture
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