Would anybody (Need only 3-4 people) be interested in reviewing sections of my book on
Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion 2nd release . If so please give me your emaill address and section you would be interested in reviewing:
Java (Core Java)
How would you go about...
I am looking for an entry level job as a java programmer at the moment.
I left my previous job as a research chemist to do a one year diploma course in computerscience, because this is a career change and because I have only one year diploma (as opposed to a four year degree) I am finding it difficult to get interviews. When I do get an interview I find that I have not encountered some of the technical questions on core java before.
If you think my input would be of help my address is email@example.com
I can tell you what I think from a jobseekers perspective but I am not expert enough to talk about technical detail.
I wanted to review your second release. Please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
I can review both Java/ J2ee
I am working as Sr. J2ee developer. Reading books is my passion, so I would like to review your book. I can review all portion or whichever you want.
My email id is email@example.com
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