Java job interview
Some techniques for java job interview
Surely java is one of the famous and successful programming languages which has facilitated to mankind to a great extent. Its usage can be visualized on large scale in different sectors. Due to much demand of java many of the professionals and experts are also in this field. But it is always important that you should represent yourself in a best way for java job interview.
You are experienced or fresh, you should be mentally prepared about important things for java job interview. Many terminologies can be asked from you about whom you may not be aware. So, it is essential to know some important things before appearing for java job interview.
Some common questions
Some of the questions are commonly asked in interviews and mostly asked in all organizations. For java job interview these will also be asked. First of all they will ask the study grading and background and the experience you already have in total and of the relevant field. If you are already in some job they will ask you the reason of job changing. What are your expectations about position and pay package in this company? How do you visualize your future and how will you perform your work. What will you do if someone offers you more benefits than this organization? What could be the reason of your selection in our organization? You should be fully aware about these questions before appearing for java job interview
Some questions about java
In addition to this there are some questions about java. You may be asked the names of the principles of OOPS or the concepts of four principles of OOPS i.e. inheritance, abstraction, encapsulation and polymorphism. Moreover, concept of inheritance may also be asked. You may also be asked that what various ways to use threads are. You should prepare these topics with full concentration. Hopefully this small discussion about the general and typical questions about java would help you in your java job interview and you will have an edge over others.
Article publié pour la première fois le 30/09/2011