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Difference between two J2EE design patterns books

Padma Anand
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I posted this in Java-Intermediate forum earlier but I believe this might be the right forum.

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Hi,

I was checking through J2EE Design Patterns books. In Barnes and Noble I came across two books.

1. Core J2EE Patterns (Core Design Series) : Best Practices and Design Strategies

2. Core J2EE Patterns : Best Practices and Design Strategies, Exclusive Poster Edition

First book is by 3 authors and second book is by one author (one of the authors from first book). I would like to know if there are any differences between these two books. Both are Sun publications and have same cover page. I really do not understand which one to get. Could someone help me please?

Thanks,
Padma.
Christophe Verré
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"Padma Anand ",
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