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amritendu de: java enterprise architect 6 question

 
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Hi Amritendu

looked at the sample pages of your new book; are there any textual sections or will the answer to each question effectively cover the topics?

How does this version compare to your ee5 version?

thanks!
 
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This book is for Java EE 5 version.

I did not want to write any theory because I wanted the reader to go through more books indirectly related to the exam. For example if I write theory on Patterns I have to be concise thus eliminating lot of important things. Hence I wanted the reader to read GOF book and test himself by reading my book.



 
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