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Preparation for the interview

 
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Hi friends ,

I would like to attend interviews in java for 3+ years of experience. The problem is that I am not able to recollect all the concepts within 1 or 2 days as java is very vast. I need some content related to core java , advance java ,JEE , hibernate & struts (Spring is optional) ,so that I can go through it and prepare within 1 day just before the interview. I have gone through the interview questions through google but that was not satisfying because the explanation was not clear. This might help others too who ever is attending interview.
Thanks .
 
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If you don't know this stuff now, I don't see how 1 or 2 days of cramming is going to help.
 
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Practice coding so you "load" the parts of Java you do know into the forefront of your memory. The explanation to sample interview questions isn't likely to help. You have to understand and know the answer. And a good interviewer will ask deeper questions not just what you read online.

Just do your best this week. Then start learning more for your next interview so you aren't in a position of cramming.
 
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Shiva Gajjala wrote:Hi friends ,

I would like to attend interviews in java for 3+ years of experience. The problem is that I am not able to recollect all the concepts within 1 or 2 days as java is very vast. I need some content related to core java , advance java ,JEE , hibernate & struts (Spring is optional) ,so that I can go through it and prepare within 1 day just before the interview. I have gone through the interview questions through google but that was not satisfying because the explanation was not clear. This might help others too who ever is attending interview.
Thanks .




Go through below blog which covers lots of interview question. Still i would request understand the concepts or else even if you get the job you will not able to perform.

http://java-success.blogspot.in/

 
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I second that there is little value in preparing for specific questions about specific technologies. Either you know these technologies -in which case you should be able to talk about them competently-, or you don't, in which case you hopefully didn't put hem on your resume, so that you can head off any question about those by pointing that out.

Also, any interviewer worth their salt will see past pre-learned responses that are not based on actual understanding, so the value of memorizing answers is highly questionable.
 
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chris webster wrote:If you don't know this stuff now, I don't see how 1 or 2 days of cramming is going to help.



It helps a little when your interviewer is not really creative and picks up most of his/her questions from interview questions websites or lists. But its like playing lottery with your career.
 
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Ali Gordon wrote:It helps a little when your interviewer is not really creative ...


I'd say not even then. Even a poor interviewer can usually tell when you are just parroting something you crammed without any real understanding.
 
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