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Help - Tricks for Design Pattern study?

 
Kirti Kirti
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Hi,

I shall be taking my SCEA next week. Right now I am studying Design Patterns. I have used some of them.

What I am finding is, it's easy to study them as individual. But when I complete a group of them , it's getting difficult to remember the details of each of them.

Can anyone suggest efficient way/ tricks for Design Patterns study?

Thanks-
KV
 
Harish Ramchandani
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Originally posted by KV Velankar:
Hi,

I shall be taking my SCEA next week. Right now I am studying Design Patterns. I have used some of them.

What I am finding is, it's easy to study them as individual. But when I complete a group of them , it's getting difficult to remember the details of each of them.

Can anyone suggest efficient way/ tricks for Design Patterns study?

Thanks-
KV


Hello KV,

It is always good to relate theory with something that we see everyday. Here is the URL you can use to match Software Design Patterns with Non-Software Examples. It helped me when I wrote part 1.

http://www.agcs.com/supportv2/techpapers/patterns/papers/tutnotes/

Enjoy,
- Harish
http://www.harishramchandani.com
 
Ramon Gill
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KV,
This may not help you in time for next week, but I found reading up on STRUTS has helped me enormously in understanding patterns. The STRUTS Framework consists of lots of patterms (MVC, Front Controller, Command, Singleton, Mediator, etc). There are a number of books, articles, tutorials around that explain how STRUTS uses these patterns.

The link provided by Harish will also help, as I also used something similar to help pass part 1.

Ray
SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, SCEA (part-1), IBM-484
 
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