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  • Paperback: 134 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (29 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1456323555
  • ISBN-13: 978-1456323554
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.8 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 521,326 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Vibrant Publishers, USA is a leading publishing house publishing high quality books for IT professionals, management professionals as well as graduate students. We have redefined the way in which highly rich content can be made available to today's fast paced generation. This new generation's NEED TO KNOW NOW attitude and the highly competitive business environment has triggered us to publish books that have 'just the essential' information. We, at Vibrant Publishers, are committed to publishing books that are not only content-rich but also concise and approachable enabling more people to read and make the fullest use of them.

We have introduced three different series of books for the three different and much in-demand genre of people. The Job Interview Questions Series caters to IT professionals specifically college freshman, junior/senior programmers, business analysts, and project managers. The Self Learning Management Series is intended to give a jump start to working professionals, whose job roles demand to have the knowledge imparted in a B-school but haven't got a chance to visit one. The Entrance Exam Series covers GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL and IELTS exams.

About Job Interview Questions Series
As technology now-a-days changes very often, IT Professionals need to be updated with the latest trends in these technologies constantly and more importantly instantly. Job Interview Questions Series is THE answer to this need.
We believe in delivering quality content and do so by tying up with the best authors around the globe. This series of books is written by expert authors and programmers who have been conducting interviews since a decade or more and have gathered vast experiences in the world of information technology. Unlike comprehensive, textbook-sized reference guides, our books include only the required information for job search. Hence, these books are short, concise and ready-to-use by the working Professionals.
All the books in Job Interview Questions series include about 150 to 250 technical interview questions with answers and proven strategies giving Dozens of examples to respond to these interview questions and 51 HR Questions with Answers and Proven strategies to give specific, impressive answers that help nail the interviews. Besides these, each book is accompanied by 2 Aptitude Tests available as a download from our website.
We hope to serve our readers by saving them time - by providing them with information that is important, and not bombarding them with data from which they need to pick relevant information.

About Self Learning Management Series
The Self Learning Management series intends to give a jump start to working professionals, whose job roles demand to have the knowledge imparted in a B-school but who haven't got a chance to visit one. This series is designed to illuminate aspects of management, finance, organization development, consumer behavior, human resources, marketing and business. Dozens of books available in the market give ample information about these topics that may or may not be required. The distinctiveness of this series lies in that it gives only the relevant required information bundled in a compact form, uncomplicated to interpret.
This series would cover various management topics in 10 different titles. Each book includes basic fundamentals, important concepts, standard and well-known principles as well as practical ways of application of the subject matter. The series will be instrumental in assisting all those who are in the following job roles:

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By a developer on 2 April 2013
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Entity beans are deprecated and now replaced by the Java Persistence API.
Message beans should be mentioned as one of the main types of beans (they are mentioned later in the Messaging section).
No mention of annotations
Some explanations how things work are used as pros and/or cons. E.g., the "pros" of synchronous messaging are actually 2 paragraphs explaining how it works. "Synchronous messaging requires two parties (client and server) to be active. Publishers, Vibrant (2010-10-31). JAVA / J2EE Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked (Kindle Location 1384). Vibrant Publishers. Kindle Edition. " I would not consider this requirement a benefit.
The HR paragraph and especially questions like "Describe your creativity" are out of place.
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This book is for you if
a) you are a fresher and looking for cracking the Java J2ee interview
b) looking for a job change and the target job demands j2ee skills.
c) have worked on j2ee a while ago and now need to refresh the skills

also try CORE Java from the same publisher, its another good book!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Surprisingly Brief and Lacking in Substance... 25 April 2011
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This book is more like a short pamphlet. It typically gives nothing more than 1 (!?!) short sentence in answer to each question, without explaining the J2EE technologies in any detail whatsoever. I skimmed through it in just a few minutes. It is so lacking, I wonder if I am missing something. In my opinion, it is not worth the $9.99 I paid for it... $0.99 is probably more appropriate. I want to be fair and give the author the benefit-of-the-doubt, but I feel the author just wrote this to make a quick buck. I don't much like writing negative reviews, so sorry ... please forgive. Don't say I didn't warn you, though.
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You would be better served learning the specifics of the position and studying that 18 Nov. 2011
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This book contains two sets of questions, the first deals with questions about J2EE and the other is a set of generic questions that could be asked of any applicant in any field. Some example questions from the generic section are:

*) Tell me about yourself.
*) Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?
*) Why Should We Hire You?

These questions can be found in many resources, so they do little to differentiate this book.
The J2EE questions deal largely with statements that explain what an acronym or component means or does. Some examples are:

*) What is CORBA in J2EE?
*) What is a deployment descriptor in J2EE?
*) What is a DOM API in J2EE?

These questions are designed to test your understanding of J2EE at the level of 20,000 feet, none are detailed and it is most unlikely that any interviewer would press an interviewee on many of them. Even the most broad-based and experienced developer would have difficulty in giving effective answers to many of the questions. If the developer codes in the area they could give specific details of how they use it, but may choke on giving the broad overview response. When you code you interact with specific details and the general principles can serve as an unneeded distraction.
Studying these questions will give you a set of simple answers to general principles, but employers generally do not hire people with a superficial understanding of many areas of J2EE. They want people with specific knowledge and experience so if you are going to apply, it would be best to learn the specifics of the position and study up on that.
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