Mehran Habibi is the coauthor of The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4 and Cracking the AP Computer Science Exam, 2004-2005 Edition. He is
also an application architect with BankOne in Ohio, where he resides with his lovely wife, Angela. Mehran has over 9 years of IT experience, including positions with IBM, Executive Jet, UUNET, BankOne, and OCLC, in addition to working as a university lecturer, independent consultant, and Java certification
trainer. Technologies of interest to him include web services, wireless technologies, and XML/XSLT. Mehran's professional focus has been on architecture, project leadership, mentoring, team leadership, and programming from the mid-tier on back. Mehran holds certifications in both "The Other Company" and Java 2, and he graduated with a bachelor's of science degree in software engineering from the honors program at The Ohio State University.
Terry Camerlengo has over 5 years of software engineering experience from numerous corporations, including Fortune 500s and a dot-com. He is experienced in all phases of the software life cyle, with a focus on object-oriented technologies such as C++ and Java. His expertise spans from front-end technologies such as ASP, JSP, and servlets, to server-side skills in EJB and COM programming on UNIX and NT. Terry holds both Sun and Microsoft certifications, and graduated with a degree in computer science and philosophy from The Ohio State University.
Jeremy Patterson graduated summa cum laude from the The Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in fine arts. Jeremy's professional career has included many positions in the field of software engineering, with a holistic focus on the integration of software solutions from the back-end to the front-end. Jeremy is a Java Certified Programmer and has been programming in Java for 4 years. His skills include a wide range of Java technologies such as JSP, Servlets, Java 2D (including the Java Advanced Imaging API), Swing, XML, Enterprise JavaBeans, and various underground technologies. His other interests include the pursuit of better software through intelligent interface design and adherence to usability standards. Jeremy is an experienced educator, having taught professional Java Certification courses.
In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys playing with his numerous computer systems and exploring any cool new technology he can get his hands on. He is also, unashamedly, an avid Macintosh fan.
The primary reason I cannot recommend this book is that it fails to properly address the point of its existence. Read morePublished on March 7 2004
I am preparing for SCJD & believe me it is one of the best book on market. Javaranch.com is another great resource apart from book. Buy it if you are doing SCJD. Read morePublished on March 6 2004
I believe that this is the best book for SCJD exam. I am working on the assignment now and use this book as a reference. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004 by Raja Shekhar Bakam
It is interesting that a few readers have given the book one or two stars rating while more than a few readers (including myself) are giving it 5 stars outright. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2004 by Bharat C. Ruparel
It is nice book for those who are very beginner in Java programming. Maybe for them this book would be useful if not for preparation of the exam then for some java reading. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2004
Although the book is a little bit dated due to changes in the exam, I still found the book very helpful, particularly in the area of learning how to meet the threading requirements... Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2004 by "kktec"
This is a great book for SCJD and for leaning Java. It explains the concept clearly and vividly, especially on the multi-threading. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2003 by Peter
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The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4
This is a very good book for SCJD and for leaning Java. It explains the concept clearly and vividly, especially on the multi-threading. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2003 by "peterq2001"