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Core Java Interview

 
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I have an interview in Core Java next week. can any one plese tell me what kind of questions can i expect from a reputed company?

Is 'corejava= scjp chapters+Swing' ?? or any other stuffs included.

If you have previous experience in core Java interview pls share with me, It will be helpful for me.

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Core java interviews mostly focus on Java fundamentals such as Classes and Interfaces, Exception handling, Garbage collection, Threads, Wrapper classes and Collections. Questions can be based on the practical examples on these topics. I would focus more on Threads which is a favourite topic amongst most interviewers.

If you have done your SCJP or studying for it, you would understand the nature of questions to be asked.

You can study Swings so as to get a brief understanding of how it works. Study MVC and three tier patterns.
 
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Oh yeah....almost forgot...The most important...OOP concepts.
 
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Thank you Kailash.
 
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Your questions depends on your experience levels, projects(in CV) and requirement.

Typically you can expect questions on the following

Well, this is from my own interview checklist!
[ November 17, 2006: Message edited by: Jeevan Philip ]
 
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Originally posted by Jeevan Philip:
Your questions depends on your experience levels, projects(in CV) and requirement.

Typically you can expect questions on the following

Well, this is from my own interview checklist!

[ November 17, 2006: Message edited by: Jeevan Philip ]



Thanks Jeevan!

I have just finished coding a project where threading played a very important role. I was coding for a device and to which data must be written synchronously and read asynchronously.

Managed to do it pretty well but I am lacking a lot jargons man... Frankly, I didn't understand the following terms:

1) Race condition
2) Semaphores
3) ThreadLocal

So I immediately googled and searched for these terms and I already knew and experienced a Race condition. I also understood ThreadLocal class and it's use but I didn't understand Semaphores...

I think I need to practically try out some examples. I work on JDK 1.4 so never got a chance to see this Semaphore class in rt.jar

Thank you,
Srikanth
 
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