Jakarta EE Cookbook

About one month ago I had the pleasure to announce the release of the second edition of my book, now called “Jakarta EE Cookbook”. By that time I had recorded a video about and you can watch it here:

And then came a crazy month and just now I had the opportunity to write a few lines about it! 🙂

So, straight to the point, what you should know about the book (in case you have any interest in it).

Target audience

Java developers working on enterprise applications and that would like to get the best from the Jakarta EE platform.

Topics covered

I’m sure this is one of the most complete books of this field, and I’m saying it based on the covered topics:

  • Server-side development
  • Building services with RESTful features
  • Web and client-server communication
  • Security in the enterprise architecture
  • Jakarta EE standards (and how does it save you time on a daily basis)
  • Deployment and management using some of the best Jakarta EE application servers
  • Microservices with Jakarta EE and Eclipse MicroProfile
  • CI/CD
  • Multithreading
  • Event-driven for reactive applications
  • Jakarta EE, containers & cloud computing

Style and approach

The book has the word “cookbook” on its name for a reason: it follows a 100% practical approach, with almost all working code available in the book (we only omitted the imports for the sake of the space).

And talking about the source code being available, it is really available on my Github: https://github.com/eldermoraes/javaee8-cookbook

PRs and Stars are welcomed! 🙂

Bonus content

The book has an appendix that would be worthy of another book! I tell the readers how sharing knowledge has changed my career for good and how you can apply what I’ve learned in your own career.

Surprise, surprise

In the first 24 hours of its release, this book simply reached the 1st place at Amazon among other Java releases! Wow!

Of course, I’m more than happy and honored for such a warm welcome given to my baby… 🙂

If you are interested in it, we are in the very last days of the special price in celebration of its release. You can take a look here http://book.eldermoraes.com

Leave your comments if you need any clarification about it. See you!

2 thoughts on “Jakarta EE Cookbook”

  1. Dear Author
    Are there Instructor resources(Power Point Presentation of each chapter or lecture) for this book.
    If the resources are available kindly let me know Iam interested to buy it ASAP.
    I want to use this book for my students.


    1. Elder Moraes says:

      Hi Shameer,

      Unfortunately not. But if there is a good demand for it, maybe I could work with my publisher to create one. What kind of information it would be helpful to have in a material like this?

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