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UML and Design Pattern

 
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Hi everyone,
We all know XML and Design Pattern play a very important role in designing Enterprise Application. Mastering XML and DP is more importannt than Passing the test. From the recommended list from SUN, UML Distilled and GOF DP are among the list. But from the practical point, I think Designing Enterprise Application Using J2EE and UML, DP by James and J2ee Pattern from SUN and EJB pattern from Lloyd are more useful. So my questions are as follow:
1. In Part I test, are there any questions just to test UML or UML questions are all related with DP? Just for passing part I test ,DP just cover 23 core DP, UML Distilled and GOF DP are enough?
2. In part II test, we can use any DP, J2ee Pattern from SUN and EJB pattern from Lloyd are necessary and more useful, am I right?
3. In the J2ee application, any more good resources available?
Any comments and suggestions are appreciate.
Thanks
 
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#1 - You need to know UML distinct from DP.
#2 - Simple J2EE patterns are all that's needed.
I think they are more concerned about solid OOA/D
and your ability to draw UML diagrams than
world class J2EE design. You proved you knew
J2EE in part I, now prove OOAD and UML communications.
#3 I'm reading Building Java Enterprise Applications from O'Reilly. It's not the
greatest work, but I'm learning things.
 
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