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Hi I would like to know if it�s possible for you guys to provide a toc for the book.
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How does Bitter EJB compare with other pattern books, such as Core J2EE or EJB Design Patterns?
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How does Bitter EJB compare with other pattern books, such as Core J2EE or EJB Design Patterns?


The "Bitter" series (Bitter Java, Bitter EJB) presents antipatterns instead of patterns.
 
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I would certainly like the book after reading:
Core J2EE Patterns
Enterprise Java Performance
sound like a must have for my library!

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