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Why You Didn’t Get the Interview

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After reading the tremendous response to Why You Didn’t Get the Job (a sincere thanks to those that read and shared the post) I realized that many of the reasons referenced were specific to mistakes candidates make during interviews. At least a handful of readers told me that they didn’t get the job because they didn’t even get the interview. ...

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Java Generics Interview Questions

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Generic interview questions in Java interviews are getting more and more common with Java 5 around there for considerable time and many application either moving to Java 5 and almost all new java development happening on Tiger(code name of Java 5). Importance of Generics and Java 5 features like Enum, Collection utilities are getting more and more popular on Java ...

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Common Errors in Whiteboard Job Interviews with UML Diagrams

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There are two important differences between drawing a Unified Modeling Language Diagram in a design tool and depict a design at a whiteboard (i) usually the tool prevents you from some common errors with build in syntax checks and (ii) you have a lot more time to refer to your records. To avoid humiliation during a job interview and/or a ...

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My Problem With Your Interviews

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This article comes right after Facebook rejected me after 3 phone interviews, but it is not going to be a hate-post. In fact, I’ve been planning to write it for a couple of months. But now onto the topic: tech companies (Google, Facebook, VMWare, at least, but certainly many more) are all trying to find the best technical talent. (So ...

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Here Is The Main Reason Why You Suck At Interviews

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I’ve talked about interviews from one perspective or another on several occasions, you might even say it is a pet subject of mine. It’s fascinating because most people are no good at interviews and when it comes to developer interviews – well; let’s just say there is a whole new dimension for us to suck at with coding questions, whiteboards ...

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Some Interview Questions to Hire a Java EE Developer

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The Internet is full of interview questions for Java developers. The main problem of those questions is that they only prove that the candidate has a good memory, remembering all that syntax, structures, constants, etc. There is not real evaluation of his/her logical reasoning. I’m listing bellow some examples of interview questions that check the knowledge of the candidate based ...

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Selling Yourself: Why? and How!

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I know many good developers who are under the impression that they either don’t have to sell themselves, or selling themselves is wrong, but is that really true? First let me clarify by defining what I mean by “selling yourself”. I don’t mean “selling out”, I mean marketing yourself, what you’re doing and what your skills are. Especially to your ...

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Android Interview Questions and Answers

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Here are some basic Android related interview questions and their respective answers.                   Tip Are you looking for career opportunities in Java?   Visit our Job Board to search and review a hand-picked selection of Java jobs for IT professionals around the world.   Additionally you can add your resume to our ...

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Incorrect Core Java Interview Answers

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Overview On the internet, Java interview questions and answers get copied from one web site to another. This can mean that an incorrect or out of date answer might never be corrected. Here are some questions and answer which are not quite correct or are now out of date. i.e. are pre Java 5.0. Every provided question is followed by ...

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