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job interview questions,where to find?

 
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Hello all
i like to aggregate some java interview questions ( before i go to interviews ) , where can i find some ?
 
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Did you try google?
 
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Yes but to much info over load , i like to be familiar with the best sites
 
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As an experienced java developer, I would say that preparing for a technical interview by looking at some questions in the internet is not the good way. Since you have the experience which means that you know the concepts and they theory behind each topic, you should be in a position to answer the interviewer on any of the technical questions on those topics that you have already worked with.

Will you disagree?
 
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i am going through this one .

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-- Go through your resume and refresh all your tasks and achievements. Many interviewers base their questions from your resume.

-- Brush up on all the core concepts and key areas relevant to Java.

-- Take each interview as a training session to improve your knowldge and skills.
 
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