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Design Pattern Questions

 
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Hi friends,

Can anybody give me an idea about what kind of Questions are asked in design pattern part. Eg.
1. Do they provide Code and ask what pattern is being used here ?
2. Do they provide UML diagram and ask the same ?

Please help.

Sanjay
 
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You will be given a picture and asked to identify what it is. The Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology Study Guide contains most of the patterns you will need to know.
 
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Thanks Rick. Are you referring the book by Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara?
Do you suggest any other book also for patterns or the 100 pages in this book cover enough for the exam point of view ?
 
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Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2ee tecnology - Paul Allen and Josepah Bambara have the chapter "design patterns" will give the overview and overview about all patterns .

but only this chapter is not enough, i recommend you buy the "head first design patterns" or "Design Patterns - elements of reusable - GOF".

and remenber, the architect need know solid patterns of all layers.

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