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Java Developer Interview Questions

 
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Hi,
I am going for a Java Web Developer interview this Wednesday, the job requires to know JAVA, HTML, XML, JSP, J2ee API's as well as traditional client server development (SQL using Microsoft SQL server, Powerbuilder).
Could you please give me some ideas what kind of technical questions I would expect?
Thank you very much!
sandra
 
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Obviously, the JavaRanch new naming policy enforcement software is still not working.
 
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