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Ashish Garg
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Is SCEA Part -1 also concentrate on J2EE design pattern or only its focus to GOF pattern, I got confused because of some questions from test exams.

Please suggest, as per my understanding its only GOF for part 1.
 
Frank Kuepper
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No, it's also J2EE patterns.
 
Piotr Uryga
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AFAIR there are only GoF patterns.
Enterprise pattens a.k.a. core j2ee patterns could/should be used in assignment. These patterns are also in scope of SCWCD exam.
 
Frank Kuepper
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Well, if my memory doesn't trick me, I remember I had a question concerning J2EE-patterns.
 
Ashish Garg
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Thanks for the inputs, to be on the safer side I would quickly browse the J2EE pattern as well before writing Part -1.
 
Bryan Aho
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Get Head First Design Patterns book. It's a much better read than the GoF. Also they have a poster, which is helpful to look at.

You should also know the patterns from the Web Component Developer cert: Business Delegate, DAO, etc.
 
Rainer Bischof
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In case you do have some experience in design just get the Cade study guide. It contains enough to know about Patterns if you know enough about what situations a certain way of coding is applied and just need the "official" name for it.
Afterall a Proxy or a visitor is nothing fancy or special, it's just a specific name for a common sense solution to a re-occuring problem.

If you need more use the Head First on design patterns, but stay away from GoF unnles you really want a hard read!

Rainer
 
Shaik Dawood
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For SCEA Part 1, the questions will only be limited to 23 GOF Patterns
 
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