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Message Passing Server Internals (Anglais) Relié – 1 juillet 2003

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Book by Bill Blunden

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  • Relié: 528 pages
  • Editeur : McGraw Hill Higher Education; Édition : Har/Cdr (1 juillet 2003)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0071416382
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071416382
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,6 x 3,3 x 23,4 cm
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Good book (but cut it out with the bogus reviews please) 10 avril 2004
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This is a very instructive learning-by-implementing book, in the tradition of Tanenbaum's MINIX. Blunden walks one through an in-depth analysis and implementation of a real message passing server.
I'm a little put off, though, by the fact that I find 10 5-Star ratings for this book, all posted on the same date by the same reviewer. C'mon.
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Definitive 6 juin 2003
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This book does a fantastic job of exploring a subject that is typically neglected in undergraduate CS curriculums. Blunden complements his material with in-depth explanation of the fundamentals. He doesn't just give a cursory look at competing communication models, he implements full-fledged examples in each case (i.e. CORBA, DCOM, RMI, RPC, etc.). Then, to top it off, he includes a full-blown message server with three secondary servers (a heartbeat monitor, a license server, and a secure log server). Nothing is left to the imagination. The CD includes the entire distribution, unit tests, and extensive HTML documentation. Speaking of the HTML docs, there is an Easter Egg. "Prisoner" fans, Look for Number 6!
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Real-world issues and solutions 6 juin 2003
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Blunden is a software engineer writing for other software engineers. He looks at issues that are important in the day-to-day engineering environment, and does so with surprising rigor and clarity.
Once more, he does a nice job of documenting his work. Package summary diagrams, and protocol charts, are sprinkled liberally throughout the book. Engineers new to the field would be strongly advised to read the last chapter of the book: "Things They Don't Teach You In School," for a good look at how the industry really works.
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Not a Toy Implementation 6 juin 2003
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I bought this book with the expectation that the Bluebox message server would be a token implementation.
Whoa! Was I wrong; this book shows the full monty! It includes a message server engine, a log server, a database interface, a license server, and auto update engine, recovery facilities, and a heartbeat monitor. Fortunately, the 100 or so classes that make up the distribution are well documented and a user manual is included in the book. The last few sections of the book also have some interesting anecdotes that are worth reading.
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Licensing and auto-update, finally! 6 juin 2003
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This is one of the few books that I've seen that actually discusses licensing issues and auto-update. Blunden provides a meticulous explanation of the tradeoffs between local license checking and remote license management. Not only does he look at these ideas from an abstract level, he also wades into the gory details of implementation. Licensing is presented in a "real-world" backdrop, such that I could take some of the fundamentals with me and use them at work.
Traditionally, licensing and auto-update have been, in-house, proprietary secrets. Blunden brings them into the spotlight to show you how they work. I haven't seen a book that really looked at these features in any depth before.
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