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As the name reflects it is a Practice Guide, I want to know have you explained all the topics according to syllabus?
 
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Soumitra,

Thanks for your post. This book as you correctly said is a practice guide.

My idea is that it will be very difficult to fit so much information describing all the objectives into one book.

For example, if you wish to learn GOF patterns it will be appropriate to read GOF book rather than describing the content into another book.

So this book is really to improve your score and and preparation for OCMJEA making yo a better architect.
 
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I have this feeling that while GoF's patterns were thought for atemporal problems, many patterns of Core J2EE Patterns were thought for EJB 2.x specific's problems.

Is my feeling a mistake?
 
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Yes you're right. The new book on Java EE patterns by Adam bien explains it.
 
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