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Hi All
Please suggest me one good book for Design Patterns
Thanks in advance.
Praveen
 
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Book By Kathy.....

 
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I have used Head First Design Patterns which is easy to read.

Now I'm reading Software Architecture Design Patterns in Java.
 
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In context of SCEA 5, the best books would be Design Patterns [GoF] and Core J2EE Patterns 2nd ed.
 
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Head First Design Patterns is pretty awesome. Then get the J2EE Design Patterns book.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Good night!
The "Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software " (gof) is mentioned in the objects of SCEA. However, I believe it is "heavy" as a first contact with Design Patterns. I wish I had started with "Head First Design Patterns".

Good luck!
 
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I don't recommend HFDF it's not detailed as Design Patterns [GoF] and it doesn't cover all design patterns [GoF].

If you'll read HFDF, I recommend that you should read Design Patterns [GoF] as well.
 
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Yes, HeadFirst Design Patterns are good. GoF is more on C++ patterns
 
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Thanks All of you,I purchased Head first design pattern and it really worth of your advice.
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