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This book is the accumulated observations of the author's interviews with hundreds of job candidates. The author provides useful insights into what characteristics make a good J2EE programmer and offers his accumulated techniques as an aid to interviewing a J2EE programmer job candidate. This handy guide has a complete set of J2EE job interview questions and provides a complete method for accurately assessing the technical abilities of J2EE job candidates. By using J2EE job interview questions that only an experienced person knows, your application developers can ask the right interview questions and fill your J2EE job with the best qualified J2EE developer. Book jacket.
Jeffrey M. Hunter is an Oracle Certified Professional, a Java Development Certified Professional, and is currently employed as a senior database administrator. His work includes advanced performance tuning, Java programming, capacity planning, database security, and physical/logical database design in a UNIX, Linux, and Windows NT environment. He lives in Butler, Pennsylvania. Donald K. Burleson is the author of 16 Oracle database books and is the editor in chief of Oracle Internals. He is an Oracle consultant with extensive experience designing and implementing Oracle8 databases, including systems architecture, project management, data warehouse design, implementation and tuning, tuning massively parallel Oracle databases, Oracle SQL tuning, using Oracle with SAP, and tuning very large Oracle databases. He lives in Kittrell, North Carolina.
Table of Contents
|Using the Online Code Depot||p. 1|
|Conventions Used in this Book||p. 2|
|The J2EE Developer Evaluation||p. 9|
|J2EE Architect vs. J2EE Developer||p. 10|
|Preparing the J2EE Professional Job Offering||p. 11|
|Preparing the Incentive Package||p. 12|
|Defining the Required Job Skills||p. 14|
|Basic IT Skills||p. 17|
|Sun Certified J2EE Developers and Architects||p. 18|
|The Value of Java and J2EE Certification||p. 18|
|Training for Certification||p. 21|
|Characteristics of the J2EE Professional||p. 22|
|Sample Job Sheet for a Senior J2EE Architect||p. 23|
|Sample J2EE Job Sheet||p. 24|
|Work Experience||p. 24|
|Sun Java / J2EE Certification||p. 25|
|Publishing and Research||p. 25|
|Personal Integrity||p. 26|
|USA Citizenship||p. 26|
|Additional Specialized Skills||p. 26|
|The Successful J2EE Professional||p. 28|
|Evaluating Employment History||p. 29|
|Fraudulent Work History||p. 29|
|Evaluating Personal Integrity||p. 30|
|Evaluating Academic History||p. 31|
|The Quality of Education||p. 31|
|Rating College Education||p. 32|
|College Major and Job Suitability||p. 34|
|International Degrees||p. 35|
|Advanced Degrees and J2EE Professionals||p. 36|
|The New Graduate||p. 36|
|Personality of the J2EE Professional||p. 38|
|A Curious Nature||p. 40|
|A Tenacious Disposition||p. 41|
|Polite Manners||p. 41|
|Detail Orientation||p. 44|
|Roles for the J2EE Professional||p. 47|
|Skills assessment||p. 47|
|J2EE Professional Job Roles||p. 48|
|Purchasing and Installation||p. 50|
|Project and Development Life Cycle Methodologies||p. 51|
|Software Configuration Management||p. 51|
|Application Packaging||p. 51|
|Tool Provider||p. 51|
|Application Component Developers||p. 52|
|Application Assembly||p. 52|
|Application Deployer / Administrator||p. 52|
|Java Security||p. 53|
|J2EE / Java Application Tuning||p. 53|
|Communication Skills||p. 55|
|Initial Screening||p. 58|
|The High Cost of Attrition and Hiring Overhead||p. 59|
|Choosing Viable Candidates||p. 60|
|Dealing with IT Headhunters||p. 61|
|General Evaluation Criteria||p. 62|
|Gleaning Demographics from the Candidate||p. 65|
|Resume Evaluation||p. 68|
|Evaluating Training||p. 71|
|Telephone Screening||p. 73|
|Technical Pre-Testing||p. 75|
|Developing Questions for Interviews||p. 76|
|The IT Candidate's Demeanor||p. 77|
|Eye Contact||p. 78|
|Appropriate Appearance||p. 80|
|Conducting the Background Check||p. 81|
|Making the Initial Job Offer||p. 82|
|The On-site Interview||p. 85|
|Questions from the Candidate||p. 86|
|Telephone Pre-interview Questions||p. 87|
|Technical Questions||p. 91|
|IMPORTANT NOTE||p. 91|
|Java and J2EE Versions||p. 91|
|J2EE Development Concepts||p. 94|
|Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)||p. 107|
|Java Servlets||p. 115|
|Java Server Pages (JSP)||p. 131|
|Java Beans||p. 142|
|Design Patterns||p. 149|
|Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)||p. 159|
|Java Message Service (JMS)||p. 174|
|Non-Technical Questions||p. 190|
|General Questions||p. 195|
|Policies and Procedures||p. 209|
|Commitment to Task||p. 213|
|Planning, Prioritizing and Goal Setting||p. 216|
|Attention to Detail||p. 218|
|About Jeffrey Hunter||p. 228|
|About Mike Reed||p. 229|
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