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Er.... Dunno if this is the place to post this. But can somebody help me out with 'Best Practises' for J2EE. I am supposed to do some code reviews and am totally confused. Please direct me to some official Sun 'best practises'.
 
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There is no one page that can show all best practices but I can point you to the Sun BluePrints page, which is a good start. The link is J2EE Blueprints.
Besides these, there are many others such as the seminal Design Patterns, EJB Design Patterns, Anaylsis Patterns, Refactoring, various anti-patterns, etc. The list goes on an on.
These patterns are too comprehensive to pick up in a day or two. You are going to need time and experience to truely understand there place. Good luck with your code review.
 
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