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Java/JEE Resume Companion By Arulkumaran Kumaraswamipillai, Sivayini Arulkumaran
eBook (PDF): $4.50
Good resumes can open doors to more inteviews. Compare your resume, before and after reading this companion. These are no secrets, but common sense tips, which many fail to understand. If you are... More > getting enough interviews, you don't need this guide. Non-printable pdf.< Less
Java/JEE Resume Companion By K. Kumaraswamipillai, A. Sivayini
eBook (ePub): $6.95
No matter whether you are a novice or a seasoned professional, perfect Java/JEE related phrases in a clear and concise resume will define your goals, exemplify your skills, and highlight your... More > achievements for potential employers. This companion provides hundreds of Java/JEE related phrases that can make your resume stand out. It is also filled with career-making tips and advice. Your resume will be a true reflection of who you are and how you can be a true asset to any business. Whether it is posted on the Web/Forum sites, sent directly to prospective employer or handed in personally at career fairs, this guide can help you write a resume that gets noticed, get you an interview, and along with "Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion" can get you the job.< Less
Java J2ee Interview Preparations By Navin Shet
eBook (ePub): $6.16
This book has been written for all the Junior/Mid/Senior Java Developer, who either applying for their first job or is planning to change jobs. This book covers all the common questions covered in... More > Interviews. This book will prepare you for the Interview, but expects the reader to have the basic knowledge of Java/J2EE. There are also experiences shared on how to prepare and face an interview. From my experience I found more than 90% of the interviewer will test the candidates on Core Java. So make sure you know the first 3 chapter for sure.< Less
Mimesis Issue 1 By James Midgley
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Mimesis is a new international poetry journal. We are interested in publishing the most exciting poems currently being written, by big and small names alike. In this issue: Poems from: Julie... More > Carter, Brent Fisk, Rebecca Kutzer-rice, Jee Leong Koh, Taylor Loy, Rob Mackenzie, Ian McLachlan, Jon Stone, R. L. Swihart and Emily Stuart. Also: an interview with poet Michael Laskey . Artwork from: Jesse Michael Renaud (cover), Amanda Rehagen and Sarah Hayes.< Less