Mar 15, 2014

Java/J2EE interview questions for 2014 when 5+ exp


With the recent developments in past few years, the interview questions are changing. Definitely some technologies are getting old and out of the most of the interviews, and new technologies keep on adding.
Indeed the interview questions depend on your experience, but since you have 5+ years of experience, so some knowledge is taken for granted, some understandings are expected, interviewer wants to here YES from you for some questions and you need to have concepts and logical explanation.

Its can be impressive for a 5+ years experienced Java to have some capabilities and some keywords in resume can be effective.
Words like: Individual Contributor, Sr. Software Engineer, Team Leader.
And
Capabilities like - Understanding Business requirements, Designing applications, Preparing high level documents, Client Interaction, etc.
Above mentioned suggestions for you resume can you look more effective.

Technologies which are getting old, but can be asked -
EJB 2.x
Basic Core Java
JDBC
Ant
Struts
DAO
XML
and to some extent JSF

Some technologies remain hot for interview like -
Multithreading
Executer framework
Memory management
Spring AOP, IOC, Beans, Flow, MVC
SOAP Web Services
Hibernate
JPA
ORM
EJB 3.0
JMS
Security
Annotations
AJAX/JQuery

And some new hot topics which are added and will be asked more-
Spring Data/ Spring Data REST
RESTful services
Java Script MVC frameworks
Cloud
Node.js

Below are the some questions, which one should be ready for -
1. Difference between SOAP and REST web services
2. How to support REST services with existing architecture of SOAP services.
3. How to handle security in REST services.
4. What was new in JDK5 memory management
5. How to handle security for third party web services
(To be continued...)

Please read my previous list of questions,which are for 5+ experience, on Interview page -
http://shekup.blogspot.in/p/interview.html


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