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Can anyone suggest a good book to study for the architect exam.
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1. Applying UML and Patterns (Craig Larman) PH PTR
2. Core J2EE Patterns, Best Practices and Design Strategies (Alur,Crupi,Malks) Prentice Hall
3. Practical J2EE, Application Architecture (Gulzar) Osborne
 
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