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Hi!

I have just started learning designing applications using Java EE and I have been searching for some good book that explains the latest trends. "Designing J2EE Enterprise Applications" appears to be old. Could you please suggest some book that covers at least Java EE 5?

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This Real World Java EE Patterns Rethinking Best Practices is by far the best covering JEE 5 / JEE 6 patterns I know about...
 
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