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Design patterns

 
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Hi,
Please recommend me some material or book for design patterns.
What sort of questions are asked.
 
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Depends on whether you want to learn patterns in general or those applied specifically to programming in Java. Checkout the following on Amazon.com -
Design Patterns by Gamma, Helm et al.
Patterns in Java - Volumes 1, 2 and 3
EJB Design patterns by Floyd M.
There are several online resources. Try searching "design patterns" on google.com.
 
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Ooops, forgot to add the famous Core J2EE patterns It's a must read.
Also checkout www.theserverside.com for a rich collection of enterprise java patterns and ongoing discussions on several newborns...
 
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I am interested in reading patterns that will help me in understanding the exam objectives better. Will the above materials help?
 
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For the exam(Part 1) I only read Patterns in Java 1, some parts of Design Patterns in Java(available online) and lots of notes avaialable online.
I found them good.
Thanks
Debanjana
 
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Can u plz pass me those links
 
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Take a look at this site
http://www.developer.com/design/article.php/10925_1502691_1
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Hello All,
I'm currently reading Core J2EE patterns for SCEA Part I. Is it necessary to read the whole book (as in inclusive of the Bad Practises section) or it will be enough just to cover the different design patters for the presentation, business and integration layer?
Thanks.
 
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Clement,
While my part-II was already compliant with what SUN thought was best practices, I also flipped through the Bad practices section in the Core J2EE book, and found it helpful for consolidating my thoughts in part III.
HTH.
 
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