A reader offered the following feedback about this article in the Jan 2002 issue's "Letters to the Editors"
I just read Charles Arehart's excellent article "The Many Sides of J2EE Development" (Vol. 6, issue 11). I've learned a lot from this article and his previous one, "Making the Move to J2EE" (Vol. 6, issue 9). Mr. Arehart presents important issues in an excellent manner. I'm beginning to see that servlets are a more important part of the J2EE spec than I had previously imagined.
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I enjoyed your article in Java Developer's Journal. It confirms my experience of trying to sift through diverse opinions about how to build an enterprise java application.
2 readers offered the following feedback about this article in the Nov 2001 issue's "Letters to the Editors"
Great article and welcome! I look forward to the new Arehart column. Charles Arehart has written a similar column in ColdFusion Developer's Journal that has been useful over the years, and I'm sure his Journeyman column in JDJ ["Making the Move to J2EE," Vol. 6, issue 9] will likewise encourage many people to delve deeper into J2EE.
Readers will save quite a lot of time and money by purchasing the books and perusing the other resources he recommends in his first column, and they will also learn J2EE better and faster. Charles always has carefully considered recommendations, and I always follow them to my great benefit.
Adam Phillip Churvis
Great article! "Making the Move to J2EE" is awesome [Vol. 6, issue 9]. I've been waiting for quite some time now for a "forget about the GUI stuff" review of Java books. Charles Arehart is taking the exact focus on Java that we need. I look forward to his next article.