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skills and expertise

by Joey Bernal, Peter Blinstrubas, Tim Hanis, Stefan Hepper, Ron Lynn, Cayce Marston, Usmon Memon, Varadarajan Ramamoorthy
skills and expertise with Java and Bowstreet portlets to work for our customers, their solutions have put customized information at our fingertips. In doing so, their collective efforts have advanced our understanding of portals and portlet technology and changed the way many people work. This book is a must- read reference for any professional seeking to understand and implement a portal project. The authors have struck an excellent balance between covering the core concepts and providing in- depth material on how to apply them. The decision to focus on new open standards ( JSR 168 and JavaServer Faces) reinforces the importance of standards and their ability to sim-plify and streamline projects. The additional focus on services unique to WebSphere Portal will help you to unlock the value of the most robust portal product in the market. On a personal note, I’d like to congratulate the authors. The decision to write a book like this is motivated by a desire to give back to the technical community and help others succeed. Work like this is done on top of the substantial duties in their “ day jobs.” It is a privilege to lead a team of such exceptional people. Enjoy the book, and embrace the opportunities it can open up for you and your teams. Alistair Rennie Vice President, Software Services Workplace, Portal and Collaboration IBM Software x Foreword

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skills and expertise with Java and Bowstreet portlets to work for our customers, their solutions have put customized information at our fingertips. In doing so, their collective efforts have advanced our understanding of portals and portlet technology and changed the way many people work. This book is a must- read reference for any professional seeking to understand and implement a portal project. The authors have struck an excellent balance between covering the core concepts and providing in- depth material on how to apply them. The decision to focus on new open standards ( JSR 168 and JavaServer Faces) reinforces the importance of standards and their ability to sim-plify and streamline projects. The additional focus on services unique to WebSphere Portal will help you to unlock the value of the most robust portal product in the market. On a personal note, I’d like to congratulate the authors. The decision to write a book like this is motivated by a desire to give back to the technical community and help others succeed. Work like this is done on top of the substantial duties in their “ day jobs.” It is a privilege to lead a team of such exceptional people. Enjoy the book, and embrace the opportunities it can open up for you and your teams. Alistair Rennie Vice President, Software Services Workplace, Portal and Collaboration IBM Software x Foreword
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