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struts 2 interview question

Deeps Mistry
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Hello everyone,

Can anyone suggest me links to struts 2 interview questions.

I tried googling, but did not find anything useful.

Thanks.
David Newton
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Haven't seen any, although there are a few I use personally.
Deeps Mistry
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David Newton wrote:Haven't seen any, although there are a few I use personally.

Hey could you please give me the links?


Thanks.
David Newton
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Links? No, they're in my head.
Deeps Mistry
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David Newton wrote:Links? No, they're in my head.


ok..thanks :)

Anurag Patil
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David Newton wrote:Links? No, they're in my head.


Hello David,

Could you please post those questions here.

Thank you and Happy New Year!

Anurag
David Newton
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Actually no, I won't, but it's nothing personal :)

There are just too many people that read interview questions then parrot them back during interviews. Then I have to take even *more* time to figure out if they actually know what they're talking about, or if they're just repeating what they've read somewhere. People that know the framework, on the other hand, will tend to answer the interview questions differently, or just not know but be able to provide me with an idea that they'd know where to look, and so on.

So it's my habit never to post interview questions that I tend to ask--as educational as they might be, I've heard too many people that don't have any real understanding *sound* like they do, and waste everybody's time.

Sorry!
Jaikiran Pai
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David Newton wrote:

There are just too many people that read interview questions then parrot them back during interviews. Then I have to take even *more* time to figure out if they actually know what they're talking about, or if they're just repeating what they've read somewhere.


All this reminds me of a funny real interview which was uploaded on a blog sometime back :)


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Jaikiran Pai
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:
All this reminds me of a funny real interview which was uploaded on a blog sometime back :)


Well... you know which one i am talking about ;) (I hadn't looked at the author of that blog until now)
Anurag Patil
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Hello David,

Not an issue.

Thank you.

Anurag
 
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