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  • By narsimha reddy
    Nov 26, 2006
    "Re: " i like this book very much
  • By Mike Ulchenko
    Nov 20, 2006
    "Interview questions and resume for your new job. " I love this book very much Interview questions and resume for your new job
  • By andrew myo
    Jul 26, 2006
    "What An Excellent Book!" Dear Mr. Author I have got a copy of your book last week. It is really an incredible book that I have ever seen. I have seen so many Java books like Deitel, Ivor Horton. They are also good. But the book of yours can give me an overall bird-eye view of the Java Environment together with so many useful questions. I am totally impressed with the way you have learned Java. Yours Sincerely Ye Tun Oo
  • By Bo Du
    Apr 6, 2006
    "I fill I should say something about this book when I finished preview" It's amazing. I should admit it strongly attract me when I turn on the first page. Very very good book, if the following keeps the same level.
  • By John Zukowski
    Apr 3, 2006
    "Okay, but..." I reviewed this from the perspective of the interviewer, not interviewee. Would I like / accept the answers provided? Is there sufficient coverage? Do you need it? First, when I read the title I was expecting to find a book focused on the J2EE candidate. The book is really for either a Java candidate or J2EE candidate. It starts with questions I'd ask a more junior developer. Eventually getting to J2EE. Not a bad thing, just I was expecting the book to be more focused on J2EE. Would I accept the answers given? The answers provide a basis to build up from. If you were being phone screened and read the answer out of the book, you might be able to fool someone for some of the interview, but if you can't back up your answer with more information, you'd be dead. Well, at least not hired. Are the questions sufficient? No. Use the book as a refresher for what you might be asked about. It allows you to think about answers to common questions but don't give JUST the... More > answer provided and nothing more. For the J2SE-related topics, it seems like the book covers JDK 1.4. No generics, for instance. No auto-boxing. Var-args.... On topics such as J2EE, I was disappointed with the depth of material. Covers the main topics but J2EE is so big that if you aren't asked a question not in this book there is something wrong. Minor point.... One thing I found annoying is the use of British English spelling. Just more accustomed to US English. Some words I was expecting to see in British English, were actually US English, so it was really mixed, not all one way or the other... Another minor point is inconsistency in some word usages. Is it sand box or sandbox? I don't care, just be consistent. Final point... Do you need the book? While I wasn't disappointed with the book, I'd rather hire someone who didn't feel they needed the book. You aren't going to learn Java from it. It is just a refresher on material you should already know.< Less
  • By anshu mishra
    Mar 7, 2006
    "Solves it's purpose" I went through the sample chapter of this book. I liked the standard of questions (and answers). It helps you to refresh your concept on the topic if you have hands on them, it helps you more if you don't had the chance to have hands on. There is no substitue to experience, so it gives you the required head start needed....and...that matters... One more thing, the contents of the material gave me an impression that it covers a wider spectrum..(the areas you are bound to work if you are in J2EE domain) like open source successful products (e. Struts/hibernate/Spring...) and at the same time basic understanding of perfromance evaluations/best practises/design Pattern(s). I am sure every body has read (and worked) most of the stuffs, but to have it available at a single place is just great... Just go for it !!!!
  • By Bharadwaj Gopal
    Feb 16, 2006
    Having gone through the book, I have to say that I am really impressed with the book as a whole. It covers key concepts, stating the basics and fundamentals clearly. Its well updated including EJB 3.0, popular frameworks such as Hibernate, Struts and touching upon latest versions of JDK as well whereever needed. The book is well organised and covers all typical questions of a Java/J2EE interview. Most of the time we do know the questions and the standard answers, but a person reading this book would be able to express a clear answer which would make the person taking the interview believe that the candidate is a clearly above the mark. This book should be equally useful to interview takers as it is to job applicants.
  • By Phil Zoio
    Jan 13, 2006
    Nice work - I like the way the book is set out and it should be useful for more than just interviews - quite a handy reference too.
  • By taj_naz
    Dec 31, 1969
    Excellent book and very usefull for the interview as well as for the project reference.Nice to go throught multiple time. Regards, Tajudeen
  • By tekatek
    Dec 31, 1969
    "Re: Very well written! authors have good, clear style" I totally agree with this review. Other authors should take a cue!
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Arulkumaran & Sivayini
November 17, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
2.3 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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