Item description for Java Interview Questions: Java Programming Certification Review by Terry Sanchez...
The heavy integration and amount of technical knowlege required to master the Java programming language is staggering, and also makes software engineering job interviews a challenge. Now, for the first time, a world class Java programmer reveals his "secret handshake" solutions to Java programming interviews. Much more than a rehash of Sun Java documentation and trainig mateirals, and useless "soft skills" information, this book contains over 100 technical interview questions that are simply not explored, or not explored as clearly elewhere. From implementing basic programs to debugging the most involved problems, dozens of examples show you just how to respond to common Java interview questions. Key topics include: Objects, Methods, and OOP Threads, Hashing, and Processes Operator Overloading, Cloneing Pointers, Types, and Variables Casses, Lists, and Multithreading Everything a Java resource needs to know before an interview
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.27" Width: 5.35" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 13, 2006
Publisher Equity Press
ISBN 1933804335 ISBN13 9781933804330
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Reviews - What do customers think about Java Interview Questions: Java Programming Certification Review?
this is not good book Jul 8, 2007
This is not good book. Some questions are duplicated. Some of questions have no answers. Some answers didn't answer the question.
Wasted money Jun 18, 2007
I bought this book to help me, as a hiring manager who is unfamiliar with java, do better interviews of java programmers. Unfortunately, it didn't help. The answers are often either too simplistic or obviously wrong. From the lousy editing to the shallow selection of questions, it's clear that very little care was taken in writing this book. I should have exercised more care in my purchase selection.
this is a career guide Feb 21, 2007
I think many of the readers misunderstand the aim of this book - it's to provide an overview of questions that will direct your learning. This is not a comprehensive guide, and the aim of the book is not to provide thousands of pages of useless information.
This book indeed has the 100 most important questions that you will need to know to get a job working in Java.. no more, no less.
I think that the time-saving quailty of this book makes it worthwhile.
If you have loads of time on your hands, and you can spend weeks sifting thigns websites, then you should probably do so.
If your time is valuable like mine, thent this book is a good bet. I also purchased the J2EE Interview questions book and thought it was good as well. Not a bible, but it helped me get the job I have right now.
Wish If I could give a lower rating Feb 14, 2007
Worst book on java and worst $25.00 invested on a book. I have more than a decade of programming experience and most of it in java. The answers are inadequate and mostly way off mark. I have attended quite a few interviews and most of the questions covered in this book are never asked in any interview. The author tries his best to show his C background and has a lot of questions coming from C. But who in todays OO world gives a damn about C-java connection.
this book is a total rip-off Jan 31, 2007
you would be much better buying any other Java book. First, it contans only 100 questions (any other book has more than that). Second, there are terrible gramatical errors all over (sometimes I couldn't even understand). Third, some questions are not even answered correctly (wrong answer, or the answer is not what the question asked). Overall, I am surprised this site sells this book. It is like throwing your money...