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Jaya Shree
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Hi
Can any of you please me know what book / link you followed for Design pattern.
I was trying to go through the Design pattern on line book
http://www.patterndepot.com/put/8/JavaPatterns.htm by James Cooper.
But somehow, I think it goes into details about Java Swing rather than patterns.
Any ideas/ comments?
Regards,
Jaya.
 
Rufus BugleWeed
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Patterns in Java Volume I by Mark Grand covers the 23 GOF patterns in UML with sample code in java. It's a superior resource that's worth considering for your library. You can probably find everything you need to know about patterns on the web and through writing J2EE applications for the part I exam.
HTH
 
Chris Mathews
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Personally I prefer the GoF Book but I realize that it is not for everyone. If you are looking for a less theoretical and more Java-oriented Design Patterns book then I suggest Applied Java Patterns by Stephen A. Stelting and Olav Maassen.
 
Thomas Taeger
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I prefere Deepak Alur et al.: "Core J2EE Patterns...", isbn 0-13-064884-1,
because additionally to the patterns strategies are given. I think these are important to understand the patterns. Thomas.
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by Thomas Taeger:
I prefere Deepak Alur et al.: "Core J2EE Patterns...", isbn 0-13-064884-1,
because additionally to the patterns strategies are given. I think these are important to understand the patterns. Thomas.

The Core J2EE Patterns are essential for any J2EE Architect to know. However, part 1 of the SCEA only tests knowledge of the 23 GoF Patterns. None of which are covered in the Core J2EE book.
BTW, I do feel the Core J2EE Book is required reading for SCEA Part 2 and anyone doing professional J2EE work.
 
Juan Rolando Prieur-Reza
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Originally posted by Chris Mathews:

...I do feel the Core J2EE Book is required reading for SCEA Part 2 and anyone doing professional J2EE work.

Right-on, Chris. I strongly agree.
By the way (everyone) the newest edition is the August 2003 poster version.
It was published without a poster as the July 2003 version.
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