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Interview questions -- [ company X ]

 
madhavi mahi
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Hi All,

Please let me know (If anybody have attended an interview in [ company X ])what type of questions will be asked in [ company X ] for 2+ years experienced in java & J2EE.

Thanks,
Madhavi
[ April 08, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

This kind of company-specific discussion is not allowed here. Please read the posting guidelines.
 
Rahesh Kumar
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Originally posted by madhavi mahi:
Hi All,

Please let me know (If anybody have attended an interview in [ company X ])what type of questions will be asked in [ company X ] for 2+ years experienced in java & J2EE.

Thanks,
Madhavi

[ April 08, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]


@Madhavi!

Ulf is right! Company specific discussions are not entertained here. Please adhere to it.

On an overall note, for a candidate with 2+ years of experience, the interviewers may ask the candidate to give them a walkthrough of the previous project architecture, and from there may put few questions on how things are done.

They may also want to test concepts like abstraction, inheritance etc.

MVC is most probably a competent contestant. All you need to do is to prepare yourself for any kind of question.

Afterall, interview is a process to test you in what you know and not in what you do not know.

All the very best!
 
Sunil Kumar Gupta
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Originally posted by Rahesh Kumar:


Afterall, interview is a process to test you in what you know and not in what you do not know.


Well said
 
Ulf Dittmer
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interview is a process to test you in what you know and not in what you do not know.

And the difference is ... ?

 
arulk pillai
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Afterall, interview is a process to test you in what you know and not in what you do not know.



Interview is a process to see how you can contribute and add value to the prospective employer. This means to assess both your technical & non-technical skills/knowledge/experience. It is not really to see what you know or what you do not know.

Look at the job specification and try to reflect back on your work experience, acquired skills etc to see how you can contribute using the Situation-Action-Result (SAR) approach.


I do not understand why many people ask for interview questions for company X, company Y, 2 years experience, 4 years experience etc as if there are pre-determined interview questions somewhere.

:roll:
[ April 10, 2008: Message edited by: arulk pillai ]
 
Ramaswamy Srinivasan
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Originally posted by arulk pillai:

Interview is a process to see how you can contribute and add value to the prospective employer. This means to assess both your technical & non-technical skills/knowledge/experience.




@Arul, IMHO

The perspective of value addition comes after evaluating the candidate in terms of his technical/functional/communication/problem solving/logical/analytical.....and what else and what not skills that we have today!

A "matching profile" can be arrived at, only by seeing that person knows and what he doesn't know.

This means to assess both your technical & non-technical skills/knowledge/experience ====> What you know?? or is there some other name which would qualify?
 
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