Design Pattern Training

Design Pattern Training

What Will Be Covered?

The following Modules are included in this Course:

MODULE 01 Exploring Object-Oriented Design Principles and Design Patterns
MODULE 02 Using Gang of Four Behavioral Patterns
MODULE 03 Using Gang of Four Creational Patterns
MODULE 04 Using Gang of Four Structural Patterns
MODULE 05 Using Architectural Building Blocks
MODULE 06 Introducing Java EE Patterns
MODULE 07 Using Integration Tier Patterns
MODULE 08 Using Presentation-to-Business Tier Patterns
MODULE 09 Using Intra-Business Tier Patterns
MODULE 10 Using Presentation Tier Patterns
MODULE 11 More Presentation Tier Patterns
MODULE 12 Exploring Anti Patterns
MODULE 13 Applying Java EE Blue Prints Design Guidelines


Technology Advisors & Integrators.
2315/28/3, Opp. Payal Cinema, Sector 14,
Gurgaon - 122001.


Dates:-  23rd, 24th, 30th& 31st of May 2009.


Course Fees

Rs 12,500 + service Tax.

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Registration Compulsory:-   Please notice that you need to register for these programs at least 4 days in advance to the start of the date of training.

Corporate Batches:-  We also conduct the above programs as corporate batches at Client’s location or our training center.

Why Tai
Over last 8 year TAI has delivered learning services to
  • More than 2,000 batches
  • More than 30,000 corporate participants
  • More than 130 Corporate
  • More than 300 Modules in different Technologies and Domains
  • More than 40 Appreciations on Corporate Letter Head
  • TAI has served corporate in 9 countries
  • Privileges to conduct First Training on many Technologies
  • TAI achieve 90% of business from  repeat customer  or with  strong customer references
  • Siemens, IBM, Bank of America, Swiss Embassy, WIPRO, HCL, Birlasoft, Perot, Sapient, Siemens, CRIS, EIL and more
Key Benefits

Students who can benefit from this course include individuals responsible for the design of distributed software applications. This includes:

  • Java technology programmers
  • Java EE software developers
  • Enterprise architects

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Select an appropriate Gang of Four or Java EE pattern to solve a specific problem.
  • Apply a Gang of Four or Java EE pattern to an architecture and implementation.
  • Design and implement more effective Java EE applications.


Who should attend



Develop enterprise Java applications

  • Read and work with Object-Oriented modeling techniques, such as the Unified Markup Language (UML)
  • Explain the use of technologies within the Java EE platform
  • Work with the following Java technologies: Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Server Pages, and servlets
How to Register?
Registration is on first-cum-first-serve basis.
Ms. Shridevi @ 9212760555 Email:

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