This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
If you have studied gamma patterns one should start to understand which pattern is being talked about when you look at J2EE. If you look at J2EE you should be able to tell and match that to a pattern in the gamma pattern. For example EJB's and the proxy pattern. Do you see a link. Rahul.
J2EE Patterns divided into three groups according to different functionalities: Presentation, Business, and Integration Tiers. The book: " J2EE Patterns " by Deepak Alur et al described these patterns in detail. I have the book. If you want me to list all patterns covered in the book I can send to you. Ruilin
Hi Rulin, PLz could you pass it along to me also. My email is email@example.com rgds and thanx, Vijay.
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The "J2EE Patterns" as described in the Sun Site and in many books are not a part of the Architect exam syllabus. Any glance at them though may help. ------------------ Mahindrakar IBM Application Server Forum Moderator Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India. SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
Hi, I have Gof's ebook(zipped html), anyone who want one copy pls. write to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Doug.
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Originally posted by ruilin yang: The book: " J2EE Patterns " by Deepak Alur et al described these patterns in detail. I have the book. If you want me to list all patterns covered in the book I can send to you. Ruilin
Great! I guess you mean "Core J2EE Patterns", the Amazon's best seller. Could you plz send me one copy of patterns list? Thanks, Doug
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If anyone is intrested in the J2EE patterns please visit the Sun site and search for "J2EE patterns". Other than these the patterns can be found in the ServerSide.com site. Rahul
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