Make sure that you are clean on what you are showing in your resume. Example if you said you worked on Core Java, JSP, Servlets, make sure that you are confident on this topics and do not worry about other topics like EJB. Be confident on what you are saying in the interview.
100% true. Be confident of what ever you show in your CV. You are responsible for every single word in your resume. For example don't plainly add I know XML. You should be precise of what you know like, DTD, Schema, XPATH, DOM.
Study the Java fundamentals. I would reccommend a book named
Effective Java - Programming language guide, which is published by Sun Microsystems.
ak, did you also happen to have any opinion for Java puzzlers http://www.javapuzzlers.com/, (I also liked effective java, just wondering is the new book as good?)
Other than all the stuff people mentioned already, If i were you i would sharp my skills on JVM internals and deployment configurations (garbage collection etc), profiling and performance tuning (that�s something i think is important in general for your profile, i don't have any specific information about Sun's actual hiring process)
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Hi, If u r involved in testing then u know Java testing Tool. If u r Java developer then Read the testing method of java.Black BOX Testing, WhiteBox Testing..And also collect some information about Test Case.