What An Excellent Book! [ No Rating ] 26 Jul 2006 (updated 26 Jul 2006) by andrew myo 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 -- Lulu - readers' review comments
Concise, to the point and delivers 4 Feb 2006 by rvakella This is a very well written book, and very intense, not only for interviews but also for a quick reference. The author describes all the key features quite succinctly. I have not seen a book of this nature in my experience previously and have thus enjoyed reading it multiple times. -- Lulu - readers' review comments
Success rate in interviews is very high [ No Rating ] 26 Sep 2006 by vsen2k5 hi all, success rate in interviews is very high when i used this book. this is the best book one can buy, that gives overall summary of most j2ee, java technologies in a concise manner . it is very helpful for interviews and can be used as a reference . i used this to get 6 jobs in 2 weeks . out of which one is an architect job . kudos to the author. regards vinodh eth -- Lulu - readers' review comments
by Bharadwaj Gopal 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. -- Lulu - readers' review comments
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Worth having this book to refreshing ur skill before appearing for job interviewPublished 2 months ago by KRISHNAN
This guide is surprisingly good. If you're literally interviewing for a Java job, it won't be enough on its one, obviously you need some experience :) But that said, Arul's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sisu
Nice book for a quick review and to crack interview during the limited time. Only for answering questions, but for programming you need to have experiencePublished 16 months ago by SeriousJavaDeveloper
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2007 edition and 2009 edition are same . Book is like a summary of Java concepts. This book is useful for revision of Java J2ee concepts. Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by smanne
this is a great book, rather than for a job interview, to learn the technical from whole view is a great placePublished on May 5, 2013 by Xulei Liu
Broad and insightful. Will raise your exp a few levels even if only half is read.
You'll have a good idea to be able to "know what you don't know" and realize what to... Read more
This book set you up for a successful interview for Java software developer position. 99% of Java questions asked in interview are covered by this book.Published on July 15, 2012 by bearlover