Three-Tier Architecture

Professor Ortiz presents a little of the theory behind the three-tier architecture and shows how it may be applied using Linux, Java and MiniSQL.
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awesome article

amila's picture

This is quite simple and completed, understandable awesome article.
thanks for publishing. I have removed my one of my misunderstanding about 3 tier architecture reading this. (actually this article + wikipedia done that)
Thanks again and keep it up

thanx so much for the simple

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thanx so much for the simple yet valuable info

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