Java transaction processing design and implementation

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The Billionaire Boys Club: Rich Kids, Money and Murder by Sue Horton

Up date: The new movie version (2o18) featuring Kevin Spacey earned $126 nationwide on its first day showing. The original 1987 movie was, because of the sensational and well known story behind it, a pretty popular and well received film.

I just finished Ill Be Gone in the Dark: One Womans Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer and someone asked me if I could recall other true crime stories I had liked/been gripped by, and this one, written by an old friends wife, is well-written about a famous mid eighties crime/trial. I also read The Red Parts and Janes Murder by Maggie Nelson. Oh, things like The Road to Perdition, of course. I am sure there have been more, but all for of these are really well-written. Of course, a lot of fiction is loosely based on actual events, so its maybe a slippery category. For instance, is Macbeth more fiction than non-fiction, based on a series of actual crimes he committed prior to and during his short reign as King of Scotland?

Hortons book is well-researched about two despicably rich boys that knock off mummy and daddy to get a greater share of daddys fortune than they had already been spending. Was made into a tv movie, too, which I recall seeing. We love to despise the rich, such as those who buy 15K ostrich coats or those who complain about vandals unmooring their $40 mil yachts. This one is a journalists account, compared to the feminist-cultural theorist Nelsons self-reflective account.
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Mastering Amazon DynamoDB ACID Transactions: When and How to Use the New Transactional APIs

Transaction processing is at the heart of modern enterprise systems. This book explains in depth transaction processing technology and how it can be leveraged in the Java platform.
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Title: Java Transaction Processing: Design and Book Condition: Used: Good. Provides a comprehensive explanation of J2EE and Java from a transactional perspective--needed to exploit the technology correctly. Explains transaction processing in theory and practice by highlighting the "under the hood" aspects of application servers and J2EE APIs. Authored by visible members of the Java community--heavily involved with the Java platform at Hewlett Packard.

The Pragmatic Programmer, 20th Anniversary Edition —revised, updated, and available now! View Larger Image. Register your product to gain access to bonus material or receive a coupon. This is the definitive guide to leveraging transactions using state-of-the-art J2EE technologies. The authors offer clear, comprehensive explanations of underlying transaction concepts, and deep insights into J2EE and Java from a transactional perspective. They also introduce emerging standards and implementations that will enable broad interoperability across heterogeneous environments-including new Web services standards for building far more reliable systems.

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Transaction processing is at the heart of modern enterprise systems. This book explains in depth transaction processing technology and how it can be leveraged in the Java platform. It provides a comprehensive explanation of the underlying concepts in transactions that are needed to understand and exploit the technology correctly. All technical information delivered in the book corresponds directly to the latest revision of Java. The authors cover how transactional aspects of all the major J2EE components work and the practical consequences of implementation choices.

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