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    Technical Design What do low coupling and high cohesion mean? What does the principle of encapsulation mean? How do you manage conflicts in a web application when different people are editing the same data? Do you know about design patterns? Which design patterns have you used, and in what situations? Do you know what a stateless business layer is? Where do long-running transactions fit into that picture? What kinds of diagrams have you used in designing parts of an architecture, or a technical design? Can you name the different tiers and responsibilities in an N-tier architecture? Can you name different measures to guarantee correctness and robustness of data in an architecture? Can you name any differences between object-oriented design and component-based design? How would you model user authorization, user profiles and permissions in a database? How would you model the animal kingdom (with species and their behavior) as a class system?

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    • What are metaphors used for in functional design? Can you name some successful examples?   Answer Question
    • How can you reduce the user's perception of waiting when some functions take a lot of time?   Answer Question
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