Yesterday I received a packet from Amazon with the book JBoss(R) Seam: Simplicity and Power Beyond Java from Michael Juntao Yuan and Thomas Heute. I immediately started reading.
Since Seam is a very interesting product, I was (and still am) very curious about the book. My first impression is quite positive. The book seems to contain a lot of interesting and advanced information. It is not a book for beginners, since it compares Seam a lot with traditional Java EE applications, and presumes that the reader has knoweledge about the latter.
So far so good. So before my mental eye I started to construct a picture of Michael Juntao Yuan. This process was influenced by my personal hipe for Seam combined with the coolness-factor of working for JBoss and now the awe for a book-author…
The result was my mental materialization of a smart ueberhacker:
Now I tripped over this:
Oh no no no! Abort transaction! Somebody give me the blue pill back, please!