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some questions really asked from experienced programmer

 
Monica Shiralkar
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If i search for java interview questions on the internet i get the same questions.I believe in interviews for 5 year experienced ,tougher questions are asked and not such straight ones. Can someone tell some questions asked from 5 year experienced.
 
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The ultimate thing is that you know the answers to those questions that you have resolved in past 5 years, as for this case. Now you can ask the interviewer about that. How would anyone know what she never knew, [QuestionIndexOutOfBoundsException] instantly, in the interview?
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Perhaps you could check out the book "Cracking the Coding Interview" by Gayle Laakmann, if its not some specific technology that you're being interviewed for.
 
Monica Shiralkar
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Any good CORE JAVA questions anyone was experienced in interviews?thanks
 
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I think this will be better suitable on the Job Discussion forum instead of JiG.
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If I were you, I would be searching the internet for knowledge instead of interview questions. What do you plan to do if the interviewer asks questions which you haven't found on the internet? Also, the quality of questions is mostly driven by the caliber of the interviewer. As they say in boy scouts, be prepared. Nothing beats knowledge.
 
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I Maneesh, I agree with you that a good interviewer can ask any question so just focus on learning Java and not worry about interview question. That is the case if you encounter a good interviewer.However there are a lot of interviewers who themselves do not know this fact that they should try to know whether the candidate knows the technology or not and they themselves search for interview questions and ask..Who knows whether one is going to encounter a good interviewer or such an interviewer.What if on encounters such an interviewer.That is why I had asked.
 
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Monica. Shiralkar wrote:I Maneesh, I agree with you that a good interviewer can ask any question so just focus on learning Java and not worry about interview question. That is the case if you encounter a good interviewer.However there are a lot of interviewers who themselves do not know this fact that they should try to know whether the candidate knows the technology or not and they themselves search for interview questions and ask..Who knows whether one is going to encounter a good interviewer or such an interviewer.What if on encounters such an interviewer.That is why I had asked.

I absolutely agree. Like I mentioned earlier,
Maneesh Godbole wrote:the quality of questions is mostly driven by the caliber of the interviewer.

That's the beauty of knowledge. You don't need to worry if the interviewer is good or bad. You are prepared anyway !
 
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