Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
A good developer either knows the stuff by heart or knows where to find it quickly. A poor (or non-Java) developer looks blankly and does random google searches.
Originally posted by KJ Reddy:
In one of the interview I was agive problem and I need to write code in either Java or C, C++ to solve the problem. The interviewer doesn't know Java and he knows C, C++. And I am comfortable with Java so I wrote the code in Java using all APIs that comes with Java and that made my job very simple. But the interviewer expected I will write C, C++ kind of code and he didn't communicate that to me and he rejected me.
Does anyone have any programs that they had to write for an Java interview in person, so I could do some more practice, before I look in books or make up my own?
Originally posted by Mike Mc Afee:
I found this book to be helpful in interviewing for the job I have
[ August 10, 2007: Message edited by: Mike Mc Afee ]
Originally posted by peter cooke:
They paid me for 8 hours of work. ... A portion of my time would be setting up and deploy apps (prototype, customer acceptance, production apps on customers computers.)
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