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Richard Monson-Haefel

Richard Monson-Haefel currently serves on the J2EE 1.4 (JSR-151) and EJB 2.1
(JSR-153) and EJB 3.0 (JSR 220) expert groups for the Java Community
Process. . He is a founder of the Apache Geronimo and the OpenEJB open
source projects. Mr. Monson-Haefel is the award winning author of Enterprise
JavaBeans, 4th Edition, J2EE Web Services and the coauthor of Java Message
Service. More information on his work can be found at www.monson-haefel.com.

 

Articles

In this excerpt from his book J2EE Web Services, The Ultimate Guide, author Richard Monson-Haefel provides a comprehensive look at SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol).

Weblogs

This is probably the last blog entry I will be making here on Java.net. I plan to move my blog to my own Web site and maintain a lower profile in the...

The server side has published an article by N.

A couple of years ago, I tried starting a micro-book publishing company, Titan Books Inc. I get questions about self-publishing all the time, because understandably authors want more control and...

A couple years ago I tried my hand at self publishing books. Specifically, I created my own publishing company, Titan-Books Inc., and published three companion workbooks to my O'Reilly EJB book....

I've been fortunate to be a speaker at several No Fluff, Just Stuff (NFJS) symposiums this year. In my opinion, they are exceptional events...

Last week I posted the blog titled 9 of Clubs Seeks a new Deck of Cards which basically talked about me not being able to find work very easily...

Update

Recently I had the honor of being named one of the 53 most influential people in the Java industry by The...

JSR-241: The Groovy Programming Language proposes the standardization of a new programming language for the Java Platform – one that is on...

The New York Times recently published a story about authors anonymously posting bogus five star reviews on their own books...

My last blog entry, "You can make EJB better" generated a lot of feedback from developers on Java.net and...

I'm currently working on the specification for EJB 3.0 (JSR 220). Our main goal is to make EJB easer to use. I'm an independent. I don't represent a vendor. Instead I try to represent the...

UPDATED: January 23rd, 2004

I've received a lot of mail and seen a lot of postings about this blog entry. Some of it has been supportive and some of it has been …. Well, not. The one...

James Strachan and others have been working on an awesome new scripting language for Java called, Groovy. I met James at the ApacheCon conference last...

Now that the J2EE Web Services book has been published and I'm wrapping up work on the 4ed of the EJB book, I can talk a...

Over the past four years the various J2EE APIs (EJB, Servlets, JDBC, etc.) have become more and more sophisticated and, unfortunately, more complicated. As a result the learning curve has become...

A Microsoft wonk asked me an interesting question yesterday: Will IBM and BEA make the Java Community Process obsolete? The impetus for this question was the recent release of three J2EE "...

Last night at an ApacheCon BOF (Birds-of-a-feather) meeting Apache and ObjectWeb agreed to...

Today a subset of the Apache Geronimo committers (developers) gave a presentation on the "State of Geronimo" at...

I have to admit that over the past couple of years I've lost my some of my enthusiasm for the IT industry. It seemed like the only thing that people cared about was making lots of money and...

If you've been in the book writing game more than a week, then you are probably aware that some authors post fake reviews to their books and their competitors books. Its an ugly truth that is...