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Some questions seemed to make sure you had the right experience, namely JDBC, TomCat, Web Services, and SQL.

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Best thing to do is read the requirements carefully and state you have exactly that experience (if you do). Avoid going into technical depth with the managers, they probably don't really follow what you're talking about, so keep it simple.

actually, nothing difficult. each problem is easy. just ask me data types, inheritance, difference between overload and override and something about abstract class. That's easy, right?

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No question were too difficult. Everything was basic.

Just asked questions about Java knowledge and APIs and the experience you have on you resume, not a quizzing interview

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Core Java, Spring, Hibernate

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Java technical questions, experience with current & previous projects, questions related to different frameworks(Spring Framework, JSF, Struts, Hibernate, JPA, REST Web services, SOAP Web services)

Basic code java, rdbms questions. they have good set of skills to learn. they work on camel, drools, are very important

Just Java basics, like difference between private and protected, function overload, and other question based on your resume. But Java part is the most important. HR question is general one, like where do you see yourself in 3 years.

Programming test was pretty basic, mostly to test your knowledge of SQL and Java Collections, as well as a simple Q and A of a WSDL file. Fibonnaci sequence was thrown in for good measure.

Basic Java, Hibernate, SQL, JSP and design pattern questions. Know the basics of all the technologies you have worked on properly and you should be good. Emphasis is also given on the behavioral questions and so do not take that lightly.

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