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Oreder your copy of "Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide" today!

I am pleased to announce the release of my book on ADF - Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide. Yes, it is available in your local book stores now !

Book Details :
Paperback : 590 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : October 2012
ISBN : 1849684820
ISBN 13 : 9781849684828
Author(s) : Jobinesh Purushothaman
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Enterprise, Oracle

Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide This book is designed to take programmers beyond visual and declarative programming model and enable them  to customize the framework features to meet the real world application development challenges. Many of the framework features are discussed along with real-life use cases and code samples which will definitely help developers to design and develop successful enterprise applications.

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Contents Covered in this Book

To know the contents covered in this book, follow the packtpub link for this book and click on Table of Contents.

If you are buying this book, please make sure you read the following chapters as well (which are not included in the printed version of the book). You can access these chapter on-line if you buy the printed/pdf/eBook copy of the book. These chapters contain a lot of  interesting things and tips which you may find very useful to understand the internals of the framework.
Sample Chapters

To get a feel of the content, a sample chapter is made available for public. To access it click on packtpub link for this book, and select Sample Chapter tab.

Let me know your thoughts and comments which will definitely help me to improve my next work :)


Dinil Mithra said…
Congratulation Jobinesh.
Jobinesh said…
Thanks Dinil :)
aaroy said…
Congratulations Jobinesh. Will await for your book. Your posts are a treat to read.
Jobinesh said…
Thank you aaroy :)
Vinit said…
Is this book going to be there on the Safari Collection available to Oracle Employees?
jmxking said…
Hi Jobinesh
I cant see the toc for the book. I would like to see this before purchasing.
Jobinesh said…
thanks for your interest. It would be updated soon
Hi Jobinesh, When is this book planned to be available?
Jobinesh said…
It should be out in this week itself(as per the update from the publisher)
Jobinesh said…
Yes....Book is published. More details here -
john bill said…
Good job appreciated keep updates see oracle community for oracle manamement consultant.

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