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How to prepare for an interview??

 
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Hi,
I have an interview for Java/J2EE/Corba developer position. Please suggest me how to tackle that.
Especially CORBA. Can anyone forward me a link on CORBA & J2EE interview questions.
Thanks & Have anice day..
 
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jyothi sunke:
- For the J2EE stuff. Look at questions being asked on SCJP2 and SCWCD exam. You will get hit with the basic stuff, not the hard stuff like Inner Classes or File I/O structure.
- Do a search for "questions" on this discussion group. This topic has come up several times over the past 2 yrs or so.
- Also, don't forget the managerial part of the interview. You can also do a search on this forum for "interview" which will bring up some discussions we have had on this topic in the past.
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I wouldn't be surprised if the interviewer never asks a technical question. But it doesn't hurt to be prepared. Often it's best to study your life and accomplishments and how you can use those examples to let the interviewer know how you can be of value to the company.
 
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I am sure John and Marc have given you very sound advice. One thing I hope to add is: don't be nervous, be yourself.
Nowadays, it takes longer and longer from 1st interview to decision. I have a friend who just get hired. It takes her ~2 months.
 
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Thanks to all of you for your advice.
 
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