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Design Patterns - GOF book ?

 
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Does anyone know if the J2EE patterns that we need for SCWCD exam are covered in the GOF book?
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GOF book doesn't contain J2EE patterns!
That was the first book on Design patterns, how can you expect J2EE patterns in that?
Well, but one thing is J2EE patterns have lots of features of GOF patterns, i would say
J2EE patterns implements/inherits GOF Patterns
 
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how can you expect J2EE patterns in that?
the same way more Servlets and JSP covers 2.3 and 1.2 Specs while Marty Hall's first book (on the subject) core Servlets and JSP covers 2.2 and 1.1. Seems logical doesn't it?

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Satya its your very own posting!
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