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Hi All,
Have you come across any scenario based questions in Java,J2EE and Design patterns,if so can you share me some of the questions.

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I assume you are asking this in relation to job interviews. Moving it to an appropriate forum.
 
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Are you looking for questions like

-- tell me a time where you fixed memory issues or improved performance?
-- Give an example where you applied command design pattern?
-- "What would you do if..." or "How would you solve this situation..."

If you brush up your fundamentals and reflect back on your past experience, you should be able to answer these types of questions. Even if you do not know the exact answer, think loud to show that you know how to go about solving it. Knowing the approach and some basic steps in solving is better than simply saying you have no idea.
 
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Hi arulk pillai,



Are you looking for questions like

-- tell me a time where you fixed memory issues or improved performance?
-- Give an example where you applied command design pattern?
-- "What would you do if..." or "How would you solve this situation..."

If you brush up your fundamentals and reflect back on your past experience, you should be able to answer these types of questions. Even if you do not know the exact answer, think loud to show that you know how to go about solving it. Knowing the approach and some basic steps in solving is better than simply saying you have no idea.



Yes Arun,
you are absolutely correct,im looking out for such questions.atleast such Java/J2EE questions which could help me to find a solution out.In my past experience i have not come across such scenarios especially related to performance,fixing memory issues, and the questions like "What would you do if..." or "How would you solve this situation..." always put me in a GREAT FIX because i am unable to proceed.Could you atleast tell me how to tackle suggest scenario based questions or if you have such questions could you please share with me....

Help provided will be highly appreciated.

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Check my website at http://www.lulu.com/java-success and I do have some "How would you go about ...." Q&A section in my book Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion. You can also google for individual tips. For example Java Performance issues, Java Memory Leaks etc. Good luck.
 
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arulk pillai wrote:Check my website at http://www.lulu.com/java-success and I do have some "How would you go about ...." Q&A section in my book Java/J2EE Job Interview Companion. You can also google for individual tips. For example Java Performance issues, Java Memory Leaks etc. Good luck.


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I see that you've taken my old website under "Useful links" as "Java/J2EE/JSF code snippets". That site is down since august 2007 and moved to http://balusc.blogspot.com. It would be nice if you update the link ;)
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ok fine
 
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