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This book is very much a group effort, and I am deeply indebted to everyone who helped make it possible It has been my great pleasure to work with some of the brightest and most dedicated people in New York at CapitalThinking Although there are too many to name, I want to thank them all for helping to keep technology fun and exciting enough to write about Almost every real-world consideration regarding server-side Java that appears in this book came out of projects my colleagues and I worked on Many thanks and high praise to everyone at the Apache project behind Tomcat, the standard tag libraries, struts, and so much more Their decision to make such high-quality tools free and open source deserves a round of applause from every Java and JSP developer All the code in this book was developed on a FreeBSD system I owe a debt of gratitude to everyone behind both the operating system and the Java ports I would also like to thank everyone who took the time to read over the manuscript and make suggestions The final result is profoundly better for their efforts This book would be nothing but a collection of unread bits on my hard drive if not for everyone at Addison-Wesley, including Ann Sellers, Jacqui Doucette, Debby Van Dijk, Michael Mullen, Mary O'Brien, and the many others whom I may not have been lucky enough to work with directly Finally, I would like to thank the artists who created the music that kept me company while I was writing Many of their names appear in examples scattered throughout the text and I wrote this book for evil gray monkeys who haunt me
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