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Java J2EE interview

 
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Hi friends....

I am a VB Programmer.....Due to some personal problems i can not able to go to work for last two years..
Now I am in Singapore and learned java and j2ee...and prepare resume with java j2ee experience in the gap...I know what i done is not a good thing but I had no other way...
No body will take me with this gap...so i filled with java j2ee experience...
I got one interview on this monday...Please anybody suggest me what type of question they will ask for two years experience guy...and give me some suggentions..
I know javaranch people are nice and brillent

thanks
 
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Hi Meera,

Whatever you have planned to embark into...I wish you the best of luck. There are some good sites where you can prepare for your interview.
www.geekinterview.com, www.techinterviews.com, www.roseindia.net/interviewquestions/j2ee-interview-questions.shtml.

However, please peruse through some basics on J2EE and Java...so that it will help in your understanding the questions better during interview.
Look thru some site like this http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/TOC.html.
For beginners guide I recommend books from KB - Head first Java....heard its damn good. Honestly I haven't read it totally but a little snippets.

All the best & God Bless
 
meera pillai
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Hi Shafian Kisna

thanks a lot for your reply

Meera
 
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