Kathy Sierra has been a master Java trainer for Sun Microsystems, teaching Sun's instructors how to teach the latest Java technologies. She is the founder of one of the largest java community websites in the world, javaranch.com. She is also a key member of the development team for the Sun Certified programmer exam and has developed dozens of applications to demonstrate Java technology.
Bert Bates is a 20-year software developer, a Java instructor, and a co-developer of Sun's upcoming EJB exam (Sun Certified Business Component Developer). His background features a long stint in artificial intelligence, with clients like the Weather Channel, A&E Network, Rockwell, and Timken.
I got excited upon seeing the April 2013 publication date. Unfortunately, this book is a repackaging of the 2003 book, and hence covers EJB 2.0 (very well, I'm sure). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elissa Feit
Or maybe i am stupid.This book seems like to talk about the mechanism of EJB rather than how to use EJB in real application. Read morePublished 13 months ago by hua
This book is no longer relevant. It does not address EJB 3, it addresses EJB 2.0. The EJB specification has radically changed. Do not waste your time on this book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alan Steinke
for this price you won't find better product than this. Worth every penny. So useful yet affordable. Go get it.Published 17 months ago by D. Shah
Finally someone thought of this idea of writing tech books in a fun way. These books are perfect to get started into a new technology. Read morePublished on April 21, 2012 by Madhu Ramachandran
I love Head First books so I was excited to see this one available when I started to learn EJB3. Unfortunately this book isn't about EJB3. Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by B. P. Lyman
The product was delivered in good condition. But the time to deliver was 15 days. The product gets delivered 12 days after payment processing which is usually 2-3 days, effectively... Read morePublished on November 19, 2010 by Amazon Customer
Best! It does not cover EJB3, as it's outdated, but few years ago it was great! Not sure if there is 2nd or 3rd editions, probably they are more updated, but the one I read was... Read morePublished on March 7, 2009 by Alexey Prohorenko
Had high hopes for the book, with cartoons and all. But they got into lots of agonizingly boring technical detail without putting it into a clear context. Read morePublished on July 3, 2008 by David B