By Michi Henning, Steve Vinoski
This should be the best CORBA books that i've got learn. It has helped me debug code and attach a few fairly knotty difficulties. i discovered the exposition transparent and simple to keep on with, and the index a useful gizmo. i don't believe the authors meant it to be learn cover-to-cover.
If i'm engaged on a CORBA undertaking I alway prefer to have this ebook handy.
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Advanced CORBA(R) Programming with C++ by Michi Henning, Steve Vinoski