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  Conducting the J2EE Job Interview
IT Manager Guide for J2EE with Interview Questions

Jeffrey M. Hunter

Retail Price $27.95 /  £17.95 

Key Features About the Author Table of Contents
Index Reader Comments Errata
     

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ISBN 0-9744355-9-7
ISBN 13: 978-0974435596
Library of Congress Number: 2004101893
235 pages - Perfect bind - 9x7 PD 404
Shelving:
Computer Certification
IT Job Interview Series # 6


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 J233 developer.
 

 

 
Key Features

* Assists the IT manager in choosing the best-qualified J2EE professionals.

* Provides proven techniques that can accurately ascertain a job candidates suitability for an J2EE position.

* Lists the personality characteristics of successful J2EE professionals and how to identify candidates with the right demeanor.

* Describes methods for evaluating academic and work history for J2EE professionals.

* Includes managers’ checklist of personality and background characteristics that indicate a suitable J2EE job candidate.

* Covers techniques for quickly scan resumes and find the best-qualified J2EE job candidates.

* Includes oral interview questions for J2EE developers and J2EE Analysts.

About the Author:


Jeffery Hunter       
Jeffrey Hunter graduated from Stanislaus State University in Turlock, California, with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Jeff is an Oracle Certified Professional, Java Development Certified Professional and currently works 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.

Jeff's other interests include mathematical encryption theory, programming language processors (compilers and interpreters) in Java and C, LDAP, writing web-based database administration tools, Xemacs, and of course Linux. Jeff has been a Sr. Database Administrator and Software Engineer for over 10 years and maintains his own website site at: http://www.iDevelopment.info.


Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - Introduction to J2EE professional evaluation
 
    Preparing the J2EE job offering
      Preparing the incentive package
      Defining the Required Job Skills
      Basic skills for the J2EE Professional
      Basic IT skills
   J2EE Certified Professionals
   The value of J2EE certification
      Training for certification
   Characteristics of a top-notch J2EE professional
   Sample job sheet for an J2EE DBA
      J2EE Job Requirement sheet
      Education
      Work experience
      J2EE Certification
      Publishing and Research
      Personal integrity
      USA Citizenship
      Additional Specialized skills
 
Chapter 2 - Qualities of the successful J2EE professional
 
 Evaluating Employment History
      Fraudulent work history
      Evaluating Personal integrity
      Evaluating Academic history
   Personality of the Successful J2EE Professional
      Self-confidence
      A Curious nature
      A Tenacious disposition
      Polite Manners
      Self-Motivating
      Detail Orientation

 

 
Chapter 3 - Roles for the J2EE Professional
 
Managing the J2EE Job Interview
   The Role of the J2EE professional
      Installation
      Configuration management
      System security
      Monitoring and tuning
      Backup and recovery strategies
      Troubleshooting
      Communication skills
 
Chapter 4 - Initial Screening of the J2EE Professional
 
 Resume evaluation for J2EE Professionals
      Developing questions for interviews
      Appropriate Appearance
   Telephone Screening J2EE Job Candidates
   After hiring the candidate

Chapter 5 - The on-site technical interview
 
The On-site Interview
   Questions from The Candidate
   Telephone Pre-interview Questions
   Technical Questions
IMPORTANT NOTE:
   J2EE Implementations
Qualifications
   J2EE Development Concepts
   JDBC
   Java Servlets
   Java Server Pages
   Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
   JNDI
   LDAP
   JMS
   Oracle9iAS / OC4J
   WebShpere
   WebLogics
Non-Technical Questions
   General Questions               
   Policies and Procedures        
   Quality   
   Commitment to Task          
   Planning, Prioritizing and Goal Setting              
   Attention to Detail               
Self-Initiative

 

 

Index:

A

AACBS   
AACSB      
Abstract Factory Method 
ACID
Atomicity  
Consistency   
Durability   
Isolation   
acknowledge()  
Acknowledgement by commit 
America’s Best Colleges
American Assembly of Collegiate Business Schools
Application client container 
Attrition   

B
background check 
Bean Class
Builder Design Pattern
BytesMessage

C
Certification
createDurableSubscriber
createReceiver   
createSubscriber        
Curiosity   

D
Decorator design pattern     
Demeanor
Diction   
Eye-contact 
Fidgeting
Detail oriented

E
EAR 
EIS
EJB  
EJB container 
ejbStore  
Electrical Engineering
Employment history
Enterprise Archive
Enterprise Information System  
Enterprise Java Beans 
Enterprise JavaBeans 
Enterprise Resource Planning
entity bean
Entity Bean
ERD diagrams
ERP 
Evaluating education 
evolutionary prototyping model 

F
Flex time     

G
garbage collection    
getInitParameter()   
getParameterNames()  
getServletConfig()   
Golden handcuffs 
Gourman Report 
GRE

H
Headhunters
Home Interface

I
IDE   
IIOP 
InitialContext
Integrated Development Environments       
Internet Inter-ORB Protocol   

J
J2EE security model 
JAAS
JAOO    
JAR  
J
ava Authentication and Authorization Service 
Java Database Connectivity
Java Message Service
Java Messaging Service 
Java Naming and Directory Interface          
Java Remote Method Protocol
Java Server Pages
Java Transaction API
Java Virtual Machine 
Javadoc  
JavaMail   
JavaOneSM
javax.ejb.EJBObject       
javax.jms.MessageConsumer       
javax.servlet.http. HttpSessionListener       
JBuilder
JDeveloper   
JMS 
JMS Receiver 
JMS Sender
JMSCorrelationID     
JMSDeliveryMode  
JMSDestination    
JMSExpiration
JMSMessageID  
JMSRedelivered    
JMSReplyTo 
JMSTimeStamp 
JMSType    
Job offier   
JRMP  
jsessionid       
JUnit
Just-In-Time compilers 
JVM 

M
MapMessage  
MessageConsumer.receive() 
Message-Driven Bean 
MessageListener.onMessage()   
moral turpitude

O
ObjectMessage    
OPC 
Other People’s Code  

P

Passivation  
personality  
Personality    
Curiosity   
Detail oriented
Polite manners       
Self-confidence
Self-motivating 
Tenacity    
Polite manners  

Q
QueueSession

R
receive()  
receiveNoWait()
Remote Interface 
Remote Method Invocation 
RemoteException       
reusable software model     
RMI  

S
Salary   
Salary range  
security clearance      Self-confidence 
Self-motivating    
Session Bean
Session.AUTO_ ACKNOWLEDGE     
S
ession.CLIENT_ ACKNOWLEDGE
Session.DUPS_OK_ ACKNOWLEDGE
SingleThreadModel 
Singleton design pattern
Software Configuration Management 
spiral model   
Stateful Session Beans  
Stateless Session Beans
StreamMessage 
Sun Certified Business Component Developer          
Sun Certified Developer
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect
Sun Certified Programmer             
Sun Certified Web Component Developer  
Sun Java Certified Professional 
Sun Microsystems 

T
Telecommuting
Tenacity 
TextMessage  
thruways prototyping model 

U
UML 
UML diagrams
Unified Modeling Language 
UNIX
Use Cases

V
Visual Age for Java  

W
WAR
waterfall model 
Web archive   
Web container
Windows NT 

Reviews:
Great real world questions, June 30, 2005
 
Reviewer: James Evans (Springfield, IL)
I found this book indispensable during my latest job search. I would be looking forward on a next release that contains more on Struts, EJB 3.0 and Web Services.

 

   

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