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I am looking in this site many people posting they passed the SCWCD exam.
Can somebody suggest good books/URLs on design patterns?.
Because I want to see some examples how the design patterns getting applied.
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check this for books:
http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/bunkhouseDesign.jsp

also check OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum.
 
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sorry... 1 more thing..
check out the study note of SWCD
http://www.javaranch.com/scwcdlinks.jsp
Ken Zrobok's note.
Miftah Khan's note.
 
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As you might already know, design patterns coverage in SCWCD exam is not indepth. However most people want to study design patterns in depth as they are very important these days. If you are one of those people, check out these two books
[1] Core design patterns
[2] Design patterns at
http://theserverside.com
Both the books are great. The second book is free once you register on the website (for free).
Hope this helps
Chintan
[This message has been edited by Chintan Rajyaguru (edited January 01, 2002).]
 
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Thanks everybody for your reply.
Chintan, As you said I am very much interested in learning design patterns. As you said now-a-days design patterns are imp.
I found in serverside.com 'Design Patterns for EJB'. Is this one you are talking or any other book is there in this web site???.
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check this link too..
http://java.sun.com/blueprints/patterns/j2ee_patterns/catalog.html
this may help.
 
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Yes,
I was talking about that book on theserverside.com. I also agree with James. Sun (the source) would also be a good resource. If you are really interested, go to ,
http://www.certificationguru.com/javaarchitectresources.html
There is a section, "Free Books on the net :". It lists three books on design patterns that are free.
On http:therserverside.com did you notice that there is a free book on EJB too (just in case if you are interested in EJB also)?
 
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