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Top 5 Design Patterns Books for Java Developers
Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more. Top 5 Design Patterns Books So, what are we waiting for, here are my collection of some of the best books to learn object oriented design pattern and general design patterns in Java JEE developers.
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Decorator, Command pattern, Facade pattern, and Observer pattern. Patterns of Patterns Working together Duck reunion What did resign do? You will learn about some of the most important design patterns e. Time for some pizzas! We decoupled the Waitress If you want to purchase just one book to learn design pattern then this should be the one.
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Well-Managed Collections Breaking News: What we have so far It’s a great book and quite informative, but it’s not the best read. Head First Design Patterns This is probably the best book if you are a Java developer of 2 to 3 years of experience and never heard of the design pattern.
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The Iterator and Composite Patterns: What would you do if you were Joe? You can choose one or a couple of books to refresh your knowledge on design patterns or start learning them from scratch.
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Who should probably back away from this book? Getting ready for a test drive Putting Model 2 to the test Joe thinks about inheritance Interpreter How to implement an interpreter Mediator Mediator in action Building the ingredient factories Building the New York ingredient factory Reworking the pizzas A few guidelines to help you follow the Principle Revisiting our pizza stores What have we done?
Using a macro command The Command Pattern means lots of command classes Dessign we really need all these command classes? Intro to Design Patterns: Overheard in the next cubicle The power of a shared pattern vocabulary How do I use Design Patterns? Reworking the pizzas, continued Dealing with multithreading Can we improve multithreading? And, chances are, someone else has already solved your problem.