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So what little goodie do you have a chance for now? What’s this? A new book is out?


Hot off the presses and now available to win during TechEd, so how you might ask? Well I am glad you did because this is slightly different than what we’ve done so far in the Clubhouse. So check the Clubhouse to see how and where we are doing it!

You’ll need a pen and your business card (the real paper one) and you need to write answers to questions that will be in the Clubhouse on the back. Nope I’m not going to tell you the questions before hand! So once you write the answers on the back of your business card, you will need to drop your business card into the container we’ll have sitting there. Then our resident specialist, Karl, some of you may remember him from SDN Meets Labs: thanks for the feedback, if not here’s a photo. Well he will be looking through each card, remember to print clearly for him, and will find the one with the most correct answers and they will win the book!


So what’s in the book? Well I was lucky enough to get my hands on this…

Without proper guidance, the development of business oriented Java applications can be challenging. This book introduces you systematically to highly detailed concepts, architecture, and to all components of the SAP Web Application Server Java (Release 6.40), while and equipping you with all that’s needed to ensure superior programming.

First, benefit from an SAP NetWeaver overview, followed by the authors’guided tour through the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. After an excursion into the world of Web services, you then learn about the different facets of Web Dynpro technology, with in-depth details on user interfaces. This information is further bolstered with insights on the SAP NetWeaver Java Development Infrastructure and the architecture of SAP Web AS Java.

The book is essential reading for Java developers, who require a clear introduction to the world of SAP, and it is equally beneficial for ABAP programmers, who want to stay ahead of the curve, in terms of knowing which direction Web AS development will take in the near future.

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