Dieter Quickfend wrote:Got another one for you;
What could you pass to the List if the reference type was "List<? extends IOException>"?
Dieter Quickfend wrote:So if you assume that the Generic type of the ArrayList MUST be IOException or a supertype of IOException...
which types is this ArrayList guaranteed to be able to take as parameters?
Originally posted by Shawn DeSarkar:
In canada this is what they look for....
if(candiate.isFemale() == true)
Female interviewgirl = (Female)candicate.getGirlyGirl();
if(interviewgirl.hasBigTits() == true)
Interview = null;
Originally posted by Kashif Riaz:
P.S. If your employer is uncompromising, do the American thing and sue them
Originally posted by D Rog:
It's a good practice to be trained on common interview questions.
Originally posted by Chandu Dharmadhikari:
He might be new in this field. Thats why he asked such questions. Dear Navin first try to find out answers yourself.
Originally posted by Tina Desai:
How do you handle it? How do you make the first one wait till the last one you are waiting to make an offer finally does so!
I have one in hand, one offer waiting[I expect to hear from them soon] and two big companies Im tempting to apply to. What to do?
Share some tips please.
I don't have time to do a lot of searching for good resumes (and obviously can't post candidates resumes without their permission) but here's a quick example from online; here's another. I'm not saying these are the pinnacle of resumes, I don't even like the formatting, but the level of detail per job is appropriate. You might be able to double the level of detail per job (read: double the text), if you held it a long time, or did a number of tasks, but I wouldn't go much beyond that.