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The book adopts a step-by-step approach, starting from building the basics and adding to it gradually by using different tools and examples. The book sequence is easy to follow and all topics are fully illustrated showing you how to make good use of different performance diagnostic tools. If you are an experienced Java developer, architect, team leader, consultant, support engineer, or anyone else who needs performance tuning in your Java applications, and in particular, Java enterprise applications, this book is for you. No prior experience of performance tuning is required.Biografía del autor:
Osama Oransa is an IT solution architect with more than 12 years of solid technical experience in Java EE. He is a certified Java enterprise architect and an SME in web services technology. He has worked for most of the key players in the IT industry, such as IBM, Oracle, and Hewlett Packard. He previously worked as a performance consultant at DevFactory, and he is currently working with the Vodafone Group as a solution architect. He has also participated in establishing Pulse Corp as a medical software services company in Egypt. He has a diploma in IT from the Information Technology Institute (ITI) and a diploma in CS from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTM). He is currently working towards a Master's degree in CS. Being from Cairo, he is a frequent speaker at the Java Developer Conference (JDC) in Cairo. In 2010, one of his projects in Pulse Corp, "Health Intact", won Oracle Duke's Choice Award. He is the founder of more than 12 open source projects hosted on SourceForge. He has also been selected by Oracle for the future of the Java campaign for his valuable contribution to the industry. He is a volunteer Java technology evangelist who gives technical sessions at different companies, conferences, and on blogs. His technical blog can be found at http://osama-oransa.blogspot.com/.
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