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Hello All,

Please can you recommend me the best and latest book or books for Java EE, I am very new at Java EE and I want to further my knowledge and skill so I will be able to get a job and pass an Interview for enterprise Java.

Thank you.
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I wouldn't recommend a book but better start coding java ee tutorials. There are many on the internet. Ask questions on forums.

BTW, the most used java ee technologies are spring, hibernate, spring mvc,ajax and many more so it is very difficult to learn them.

Books contain theory while you need practice.
 
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Hello Mark,

Thank you for your response.

Please can you recommend me good links that will help me from the ground up.

Do you know if more theory is required for Interview questions?

NB: I am new on this forum and don't know the places to look for good tutorials.

thank you again,

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Kyle
 
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Mark Spencers wrote:the most used java ee technologies are spring, hibernate, spring mvc,ajax


None of those listed are JEE technologies.
 
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kyle zefman wrote:Please can you recommend me the best and latest book or books for Java EE


I recommend the The Java EE Tutorial.  You can read through it on-line, or download it as a PDF/Mobi/ePub book.


kyle zefman wrote:I am very new at Java EE and I want to further my knowledge and skill so I will be able to get a job and pass an Interview for enterprise Java.


There's a lot to Java EE - don't expect to read through a book or go through some tutorials and be ready to interview as a Java EE developer.
 
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Mark Spencers wrote:I wouldn't recommend a book but better start coding java ee tutorials.


Well .. I guess it depends on how your brain is wired.  For me, I like to know what I don't know before tackling something new.
 
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Hello Ron,
  Did you come across pdf format for java EE 8 tutorials as it was for Java EE 7?
 
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