|MICO: AN OPEN SOURCE CORBA IMPLEMENTATION|
"MICO: An Open Source CORBA Implementation"
by Arno Puder and Kay Römer 195 pages
The book includes a comprehensive documentation of MICO from an application programmer's point of view. The accompaning CD contains binaries of MICO as ready to run executables for the following architectures:
Puder and Römer have achieved a landmark proof of the value of open-specification, open-source systems. The existence of commercial products based on the MICO CORBA implementation prove their work; this book proves their knowledge. You will find both of immense value in the tough job of building scalable, distributed, heterogeneous systems.
From the Foreword by Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D.
Chairman and CEO, Object Management Group, Inc.
"Middleware für verteilte Systeme" (in German)
by Arno Puder and Kay Römer 275 pages
The book explains the internal structure of a middleware platform based on CORBA. Throughout the book the design and architecture of a middleware platform is described from two different perspectives: the view of an application programmer (using the middleware) and the view of a system programmer (implementing the middleware). MICO serves as a case study to describe a specific architecture using a micro-kernel approach. The book also serves as a reference to the internals of MICO. An English translation will soon be available.
Both books can be purchased in Europe from:
dpunkt.verlag für digitale Technologie
69115 Heidelberg, Germany
fax: +49 - 6221 - 47 29 09
and in North America from:
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc.
340 Pine Street, Sixth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104-3205
fax: (415) 982-2665
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|Last modified: Thu, 11 Oct 2001|