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J2EE Patterns

 
Senthil Kumar N
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Hi pals

Regarding J2ee patterns which book or materials i have to go through for real exams. core j2ee patterns 2 nd edition is needed or HFSJ is enough.
Anybody can guide me how to proceed for this chapter

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Kumar
 
kapil munjal
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Hi,

Java patterns is a very important chapter as 6-7 questions are expected from this topic. I think, HFSJ chapter is not enough as it does not help in exercising the question on this topic. Try to get hold of some good material on patterns from the internet and study it.
 
Senthil Kumar N
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Hi

Can you suggest any good site ? and also which book �

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Ronald Heukers
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Originally posted by Senthil Kumar N:
Hi

Can you suggest any good site ? and also which book �

Thanks


Hi Senthil,

Why not HF design patterns, it is easy to read and goes deep. For the J2EE patterns in addition you can allways visit:

http://corej2eepatterns.com/Patterns2ndEd/index.htm

regards,

Ronald
 
Ronald Heukers
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I have to add sadly that HF is only GOF patterns
 
kapil munjal
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Ronald,

Could you tell us what does GOF stands for?
 
Mat Williams
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Presumably he means Gang Of Four
see GOF for other possible known acronyms

Mat
 
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For the exam, my sugestion is to stick with HFJS. Everything you need is there (for the exam, and not real world). If you have some doubts any of the patterns, just take a look at the j2ee patterns blueprints.
 
Ronald Heukers
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Originally posted by kapil munjal:
Ronald,

Could you tell us what does GOF stands for?


Kapil,

I meant of course indeed the Gang of four patterns for which the head first book is excellent.

On this link:

http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/Patterns.jsp

you can see the best books regarding patterns.

Regards,

Ronald
 
Senthil Kumar N
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Thanks for the suggesting.
 
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