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Hello guys,

Can anyone recommend for me a good book for OOP software design, i need it begin from scratch to professionally.

Ps: i'm in the beginner's level in this field but my background is j2ee development

So anyone can help me?

Thanks
 
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Have a look at the Design Books, UML References section of the FAQ.
 
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Head First: Object-Oriented Analysis&Design is the book I used to learn OOAD.
 
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Take a look at the book "Object Oriented Design Heuristics ".
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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