Java/J2EE Interview Questions You’ll Most Likely Be Asked
- 280 Java/J2EE Interview Questions
- 75 HR Interview Questions
- Real life scenario based questions
- Strategies to respond to interview questions
- 2 Aptitude Tests
Pages: 198 pages
Paperback (ISBN): 9781946383235
eBook (ISBN): 9781946383259
Trim Size: 5.5” x 8.5”
Category: Computers / Programming Languages
Author: Vibrant Publishers
Java/J2EE Interview Questions You’ll Most Likely Be Asked is a perfect companion to stand ahead above the rest in today's competitive job market. Rather than going through comprehensive, textbook-sized reference guides, this book includes only the information required immediately for job search to build an IT career. This book puts the interviewee in the driver's seat and helps them steer their way to impress the interviewer.
- 280 Java/J2EE Interview Questions, Answers and proven strategies for getting hired as an IT professional
- Dozens of examples to respond to interview questions
- 75 HR Questions with Answers and proven strategies to give specific, impressive, answers that help nail the interviews
- 2 Aptitude Tests download available on www.vibrantpublishers.com
About the Author
About the Author
Vibrant Publishers is focused on presenting the best texts for learning about technology and business as well as books for test preparation. Categories include programming, operating systems and other texts focused on IT. In addition, a series of books helps professionals in their own disciplines learn the business skills needed in their professional growth.
Vibrant Publishers has a standardized test preparation series covering the GMAT, GRE and SAT, providing ample study and practice material in a simple and well organized format, helping students get closer to their dream universities.
About the Series
About the Series
This book is part of the Job Interview Questions series that has more than 75 books dedicated to technical interview questions and answers for different interview subjects and HR-related topics.
This series of books has been written by experienced placement consultants and subject matter experts. Available in paperback and ebook form as well, these IT interview questions will help job aspirants ace their interviews and start their dream career.
Seemingly the basics of Hello World in Java Programming, but the JAVA/J2EE book coverage spans the JSE to cover JEE standards such as servlets, JSP and EJB. However, no code snippets to illustrate core Java Programming language that you would expect for strong JAVA Developer role. Though, Vibrant Press has an advanced edition that probably cover topics with application illustrations with JAVA code and code analysis as found in SCJP exam and advanced JAVA Developers exams. Yet, this book may be a good place for newbie JAVA Developers to get familiar with questions to expect for a JAVA Developer role. Is this interview book series on JAVA a substitute for Beginning JAVA series by Ivor Horton or The Complete Reference on JAVA series by Hilbert Schildt? Certainly no! These are materials on JAVA to refreshen a memory after foundational knowledge and basic deployments experience have been gained, completed with former SCJP certification. These books are therefore no shortcuts to the real fundamental knowledge. Practical deployments experience is attained under senior JAVA Developers and IT Architects after the foundational skill knowledge and basic deployment experience as most enterprises and JAVA governing bodies such as JCP are extremely reluctant to give newbies access to highly secured software engineering resources. So, being an IT Developer also involves certain level of higher personal discipline and keen awareness of security both at personal and enterprise levels.
This book has helped me a lot in interview prep. Various topics of J2EE including JSP, EJB, Design patterns, covered in depth. Useful for anyone planning to appear for J2EE interview.
Remember buying one of such books at almost double the price a year back, guess from the same press. This one has fresh set of questions and are more relevant than the previous one.
280 Java questions
-85% questions answered in detail
-Architectures and Protocols, JSP, EJB, Design patterns, covered in depth
-75 HR questions are good but not required here
-15% answers are short and 1-2 lines.
-Security & Legacy Connectivity, Servlets chapters would have been in more detail.