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Hi Rhuan/Joao,

Congratualtions for this new book. I would like to know how is the book different from other books on design patterns? Also based on the latest versions is there also included  newer features  implementing the patterns ?Thanks.
 
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Hello Divya Shiv,

Thank you for question!

In this book we focus on the enterprise patterns and the implementation using the best practices of Java EE 8. However, the chapter 1, 2 and 3 provide an insight into the inside of some Java EE tools. Furthermore, we covered a new view of a some patterns that works in a high level. These patterns we called operational patterns.

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Thank you  for the brief info.
 
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