Mike Meyers' Java 2 Certification Passport (Exam 310-025)by Cindy Glass, Ajith Kallambella, Margarita Isayeva, Jane Griscti, Kathy Sierra
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Mike Meyers,the industry expert on professional certification,brings you this concise,affordable,and portable study tool for Java certification exam 310-025. With an intensive focus on only what you need to know to pass the test plus practice exam software on CD,this Certification Passport is your ticket to success on exam day.
From the #1 Name in Professional Certification Get on the road to becoming a Java 2 certified professional programmer with this concise,affordable,and portable study tool. Certification guru Mike Meyers and his selected trailblazers will guide you on your career path,providing expert tips and sound advice along the way. With an intensive focus on only what you need to know to pass the test,this Certification Passport is your ticket to success on exam day.
In Each Chapter:
- ItineraryList of official exam objectives covered
- ETAAmount of time needed to complete the lesson
- Travel AdvisoriesExpert advice on critical topics
- Local LingosConcise definitions of key terms and concepts
- Travel AssistanceRecommended resources for more information
- Exam TipsCallouts of common exam pitfalls
- CheckpointEnd-of-chapter review with questions and answers
- Career Flight PathCareer options mapped out to maximize the return from your IT journey
Passport Practice Exam on CD powered by ExamWeb About the Series Editor: Mike Meyers is the best-selling author of three editions of the #1 A+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide and several other computer books. He is the president and founder of Total Seminars,LLC,a major provider of PC and network repair seminars for thousandsof organizations throughout the world and a member of CompTIA.
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I have other java certification books which are boring. This one is great for programmers who have been programming for a while. It stresses on points that even experienced programmers may miss. I can read this without getting bored and still be able to learn things.
I am taking this book back. I suggest you look elsewhere. The main text of the chapters seems descent enough, but the practice exams at the end of each chapter are full of typos. A few questions had 2 or 3 answers that were identical, yet only one was right. Also, in the answer section, it would list answers to questions that were not in that question. Seems to be an extremely rushed book. Too bad.