I have to admit I am glad I was pointed over here to JavaRanch to get more information. As a brand new university graduate with a 3 year bachelor degree in Computer Science, I have to say that I'm finding I'm going to have to learn a lot on my own especially if I want a chance at finding a good job. So many people won't hire new grads who don't have experience! But I figure if I can teach myself more stuff, I might have a better chance at landing a job. So I was wondering if the EJB3.0 book would be helpful for someone like me, a relative newcomer to J2EE. Or is it possible the book would be over my head since I've never studied/used EJB before. Any help you can give would be appreciated.
posted 10 years ago
My advice would be to read the "Getting Started" chapter that is available here. If you can follow this chapter then you can probably follow much of the rest of the parts of the book that would interest you.