Java development 2.0, Hello Google App Engine

Quick Web application development leveraging Groovy, Eclipse, and JDO

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Andrew Glover

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: August 18, 2009

Open source solutions and borrowed infrastructures are changing the character of Java™ development, letting you deliver better software quickly and at a low cost. Andrew Glover, coining the term Java development 2.0 to encapsulate the cumulative force of these phenomena, launches a new series on some of the relevant tools and technologies. This first installment heralds the arrival of Java development 2.0 and explains how you can bring its concepts to fruition quickly with Google's App Engine for Java.

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