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SCEA PART II STUDY AIDS - HELP PLEASE

 
Mathur Neni
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I have started my assignment, and while in the process of checking some documentation/books/material from internet. I got the two following URL's for the Part II assignment.

1) http://www.arc2patterns.com/
2) http://marshallho.homeip.net

It will be helpful and I am thankful, if anybody can share their experiences on these for Part II and III.

Thanks in advance.
 
Kay Badri
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http://marshallho.homeip.net


This looks like his answer to the assignment. Why not go with Cade's book?

Kay
 
Mathur Neni
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Thanks for the reply. Regarding the cade book, it's a very nice book. That gave me a good concept for Part I. I read the book couple of times. Everytime I read, I got new information from my readings.

I was not sure, where to start. And today I have read the success stories of different members in the group. After that I felt it is better to go through different tutorials/books/articles based on the categories I am using in the assignment(like UML, Design patterns, Protocols, EJB, Architectural considerations,....etc.,). I think that should be a good starting point for my assignment.

But after reading your mail after reading the success stories, got an idea how to approach.

Any more suggestions/references are helpful.

Thanks in advance.
 
D. Rose
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It's good of you have Cade's book. I personally did not refer to Cade book and could do without it.

Study design patterns, J2EE design patterns,Sun pet store example and some standard UML book. I think that should be enough.
 
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