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This course teaches developers and architects how to design and build easily managed and maintainable J2EE applications by applying J2EE and "Gang of Four" design patterns.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for enterprise architects, Java technology and J2EE software developers with a good understanding of Object Oriented design and programming.
This course assumes that you have general competence in Object Oriented design and programming, as taught in the ProTech Object Oriented Analysis and Design course or equivalent. Proficiency in Java programming is preferred, but not strictly required.
Last Update: May 21, 2013