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Bryan Basham is a Software Architect and Developer with extensive experience in Java web technologies. He has a keen eye for identifying core, reusable modules and crafting effective interfaces between subsystems. He has excellent OO analysis and design skills and quickly learn new domains. He is also skilled in information architecture and UI design.
Kathy Sierra has been interested in learning theory since her days as a game developer (Virgin, MGM, Amblin'). More recently, she's been a master trainer for Sun Microsystems, teaching Sun's Java instructors how to teach the latest technologies to customers, and a lead developer of several Sun certification exams. Along with her partner Bert Bates, Kathy created the Head First series. She's also the original founder of the Software Development/Jolt Productivity Award-winning javaranch.com, the largest (and friendliest) all-volunteer Java community.
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.
This book was just as new. I really like this book and refreshing my knowledge about servlets and jsp.Published 15 days ago by Parthiban
This is a good book to get ready for your exam or just to learn how to build web apps with java
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This book gave me my certification. Like all Head First it teaches very well. Just remember that the series's style may not be for everybodyPublished 8 months ago by don_geronimo
This book is simple awesome! The authors explain pretty well. I love Java as a cartoon said: "Javadabadooo"... We need more books like this one for Java Certifications.Published 10 months ago by Andres Pacheco
Great book. I've always loved the headfirst series. Its a great learning experience. Well detailed. Fun to read. I'm learning quite a bit.Published 12 months ago by Kaley36
After reading Head First Java, I wanting to learn more about how java works in web. Because Head First Java was so informative and walk you step by step I didn't think twice... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Eric Huang
This book is nothing more than a verbose and incoherent specification. It gives you absolutely no clue why one need servlets and jsp.Published 16 months ago by Dimitri K