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I've been reading StackOverflow for quite a while now and I'm only now building the nerve to ask a question. I'm 20 years old and currently enrolled in college in IT here in my hometown (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). Enough for introductions :D.


Basically I have my little software firm that provides Book-keeping appz. They're (horrifyingly) written in Delphi and I want to start from scratch and write them in Java. I've had little experience with Java in the past but I want to learn and I've chosen Java because of the cheap and quality tools the platform offers.


Now could you please point me to the right direction as where could I find some complete docume


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I've been reading StackOverflow for quite a while now and I'm only now building the nerve to ask a question. I'm 20 years old and currently enrolled in college in IT here in my hometown (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). Enough for introductions :D.


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Now could you please point me to the right direction as where could I find some complete docume

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I want to learn core java design patterns.


Could any one of you suggest good pdf where I could know about the design patters in java with simple examples.


Thanks in advance :-)


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For .Net there are lots of projects that Microsoft/others provide via which one can learn how patterns etc. are implemented in real life projects.


I am looking for ones for Java EE (apart from the samples that Sun provides on:http://java.sun.com/javaee/reference/code/). Am looking for more complex ones. May be using JSF/Spring/Struts



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