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Naked Objects by Richard Pawson, Robert Matthews

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Naked Objects
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Publisher: Wiley
ISBN/ASIN: 0470844205
ISBN-13: 9780470844205
Number of pages: 270

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Naked Objects for Java is a full-stack open source application development framework, designed to let you rapidly develop domain-driven business applications. The aim of this book is to introduce you to the concept of designing business systems from naked objects, and to enable you to start building such systems using the Naked Objects framework.

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