The SAR (Situation-Action-Result) technique is not only useful for writing great resumes, but also very useful for job interviews to tackle open questions like – Tell me a time where you identified & fixed an issue? What are your recent achievements that you are most proud of? What do you look for when you review others’ code? Why do you like software engineering ? and the list goes on.
Firstly, you state the situation that existed in your workplace, then you describe what you did about it and finally you describe the beneficial outcome.
8 real life Java scenarios of Situation-Action-Result (i.e. SAR) technique