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Author: Jim Jagielski
ISBN: 076454439X
Language: English
Pages: 416 pages
Category: Programming Languages
Publisher: Wiley (December 27, 2004)
Rating: 4.5
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Details the best practices developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF)- the largest and most successful developer of open-source software in the world. Series: Java Open Source Library. Paperback: 416 pages. Publisher: Wiley (December 27, 2004).

Details the best practices developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF)- the largest and most successful developer of open-source software in the world. ISBN-13: 978-0764544392. Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies.

Apache Commons: Libraries

Apache Commons: Libraries. The Apache Software Foundation is a leader in community-driven open source software and continues to innovate with dozens of new projects and their communities. Jim Jagielski - Jim is a well known and acknowledged expert and visionary in Open Source, an accomplished coder, and frequent engaging presenter on all things Open, Web and Cloud related.

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Jim Jagielski (born March 11, 1961) is an American software engineer, who specializes in web, cloud and open source technologies. Jagielski graduated from the Johns Hopkins University in 1983 with a BES in Electrical/Computer Engineering. He was hired by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center immediately after graduation.

Open source libraries usually have great communities standing behind them. Apache Commons is actually a whole project focused on creating Java libraries. After all, it’s hard for a library to exist without a community putting in the effort to support and develop it. Libraries keep us from having to reinvent the wheel every time we code. Here is a short list of some of the best and most commonly used libraries: Commons Math: The Apache Commons Mathematics Library – the name says it all: this library contains components allowing advanced mathematics and statistics operations and computations.

It separates Java code from the Web pages, making a site more maintainable.

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* Details the best practices developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF)- the largest and most successful developer of open-source software in the world, whose products include Apache Server, Tomcat, SOAP, Struts, Velocity, Xalan, and Xerces * Drawing on interviews with key members of the ASF, the book presents case studies that illustrate both successes and failures-and illuminate how the unique Apache development process evolved * Covers a broad range of topics, from tools and processes for managing large groups of software developers to coding techniques that ensure reusability and interoperability * Written for both project managers and developers, the strategies in the book apply to both open source and commercial software development * With a foreword by Brian Behlendorf, the cofounder of the Apache Software Foundation