The Java Programming Language
The Java (TM)Programming Language, Second Edition, is the definitive resource for all serious Java programmers and lets you in on the rationale behind Java's design, direct from the language's creator, as well as the tradeoffs involved in using specific features.
JavaSpaces¿ Principles, Patterns, and Practice
This book teaches you how to use JavaSpaces technology to design and build distributed applications, and a set of common patterns and frameworks for approaching space-based programs, intended for computer professionals, students, and Java enthusiasts.
The Jini Specification
This book offers a review of distributed computing fundamentals, an overview of the Jini architecture, and an introduction to the key concepts that are the source of the technology's simplicity and power—remote objects, leasing, distributed events, and a two-phase commit protocol.
The Java Programming Language, Third Edition
Java(TM) Programming Language, The (4th Edition)
This edition of The Java™ Programming Language, Fourth Edition is the definitive tutorial introduction to the Java language and essential libraries and an indispensable reference for all programmers, including those with extensive experience.
Programmers Are People, too
- K. Arnold
- 1 June 2005
I would like to start out this article with an odd, yet surprisingly uncontroversial assertion, which is this: programmers are human. I wish to use this as a premise to explore how to improve the…
The Jini architecture: dynamic services in a flexible network
- K. Arnold
- Computer ScienceProceedings - Design Automation Conference
- 1 June 1999
An overview of the Jini architecture is given, which provides a federated infrastructure for dynamic services in a network that defines a contract with the clients of the service.