|Sent on:||Wednesday, August 7, 2013 4:55 PM|
FYI, it's called Java Enterprise Edition nowadays. It hasn't been called J2EE since May 11, 2006. See https://en.wikiped.... On 7 Aug 2013, at 15:12, Luke Daley <[address removed]> wrote: > J2EE has a very skewed view of HTTP. It's more valuable to learn the nuts and bolts of HTTP as most non J2EE alternatives embrace it at a more fundamental level than J2EEs representation of it.