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Java Cookbook: Problems and Solutions for Java Developers

 
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Hi Ian,

Congratulations on this new edition of book!

I really liked the idea of compilation of problems & solutions from a seasoned developer. Looks like these are the things I shall be stumbling upon down the road in professional Java development.

What is your advice in general for self taught intermediate Java developers, say one who have finished "Head First's Java" and dabbled with Spring-MVC and Springboot and willing to be employed (surely at the earliest)? To rephrase it, what you shall be looking for if you will interview a candidate for entry level Java development job?

Thanks and all the best for the book!
 
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I dont know how the interview process has changed in the last few years,
having said that ,it is for most of the time,the entry level java programmers need not prove their mettle in
Frameworks or Language features.

Most definitely they need to be relatively strong on the fundamentals of any modern programming languages
Good grasp on OOP fundamentals, OOAD ,logical thinking , problem solving abilities,team working mindset
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