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Learn the Java/J2EE Core Concepts/Key Areas with an easy to understand questions and answers approach.

Java J2EE Job Interview Questions with Answers
The best way to make an impression in any organizations is to understand and proactively apply and resolve the issues relating to 14 Key Areas covered in "Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion"

  1. Language Fundamentals
  2. Specification Fundamentals
  3. Design Concepts
  4. Design Patterns
  5. Transactional Issues
  6. Concurrency Issues
  7. Performance Issues
  8. Scalability Issues
  9. Memory Issues
  10. Exception Handling
  11. Security
  12. Best Practices
  13. Software Development Process
  14. Coding

This book will assist Java/J2EE practitioners to become better at what they do. Usually it takes years to understand all the core concepts and design/coding issues when you rely only on your work experience. The best way to fast track this is to read appropriate technical information and proactively apply these in your work environment. It worked for me and hopefully it will work for you as well. I was also at one stage undecided whether to name this book Java/J2EE core concepts and solving design/coding issues or Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion. The reason I chose Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion is because these core concepts and design/coding issues helped me to be successful in my interviews and also gave me thumbs up in code reviews.

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5 Comments:

Blogger anuradha said...

It is really a great document. Probably the only place where one can find all the material related to a J2EE interview.

I have downloaded Q&A pdf. Is this the full document, coz it says SAMPLE in all it's pages?

10:34 PM, January 16, 2008  
Blogger Arulkumaran K. said...

Thanks for your complements and the free download is a sample only full document can be purchased from http://www.lulu.com/java-success. Also stay tuned for Java/JEE Resume Companion.

7:11 PM, April 06, 2008  
Blogger Nirodha said...

Thanks ArulKumaran,
This is a great book, I can imagine the effort you put on this book, but it's 1000 times worth.

Nice guide. One and only one.

Thanks again

11:15 PM, June 18, 2008  
Blogger rahul said...

Hello Mr.Arul.I bought your book and it was just what was needed.But I was wondering if there were some errors(technical) on the book.Did you happen to publish any errata on the web?.Please let us know.

6:13 AM, February 13, 2009  
Blogger Arulkumaran K. said...

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7:14 PM, December 02, 2010  

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