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Hi Everyone,

I am studying design patterns now for SCEA Part-I. I was wondering if the tutorial at javacamp.org is good enough.

Thanks in advance for your time,
Sai
 
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I had a quick glance at javacomp. I think their overview is a quite good summary, but I think you won't be able to really understand the patterns from their short notes.

Better to read something more comprehensive as a good unerstanding of design patterns and J2EE patterns is essential for SCEA.
[ May 11, 2007: Message edited by: Frank Kuepper ]
 
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Thanks Frank
 
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