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How to prepare for java interview
1.Be thorough in JAVA fundamentals (OOPS concepts)
2. Collections, Exception Handling, Multithreading concepts etc..
3. Not to forget JSP,Servlets etc..
4.Design Patterns & benefits.
Basics about latest technology in JAVA/J2EE : [Fundamentals]
Be honest to say that 'no hands on' ,if you have not got an opportunity to use the above technology.
To be prepared for the important questions that will be asked in a Experienced Java Software Engineer interview you need to study up on two books before you start, Concurrent Programming in Java(TM): Design Principles and Pattern and Sun Certified Programmer & Developer for Java 2 Study Guide. With these two books you can handle 75% of the questions that interviewers often ask, if you want to get that level up around 90% look up the Singleton design pattern in the GOF book.
How To Interview For A Job - Job Interview Tips To Answer ANY Job Interview Question. Learn a simple job interview strategy to answer ANY job interview question confidently!
Questions at a job interview can be very challenging for some job hunters.You see, people tend to worry about how to answer questions the right way and what they should say to make sure they get offer letter.Answering questions is not that hard if you have a proven strategy that you can use to develop your answers.
We can usually anticipate up to 90% of the interview questions you will most likely be asked. That means, you can prepare in advance for majority of the job interview. The mistake people make is they search for template answers in a book they can memorize and repeat. This never works in your favor. The interviewers can always tell when you are scripted and it does nothing for your credibility.
The real key is to develop and organize your answer to reflect who you are, demonstrate why you are the ideal candidate and sell yourself confidently to everyone you meet in the interview.
Questions at a job interview are simple to answer when you can prepare your answers in advance. It also makes it easy for the interviewer to take notes and keep track of your points.
The problem with really qualified employees is that the more they know, the more they believe they have to tell the HR manager everything they know. This can cost you when it comes to handling questions on a job interview. [endtext]