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Java Developer Interview Questions

"Junior developers are often responsible for writing the more monotonous and simple code required by senior members of the development team. Because of this, interviews will be designed to test your knowledge of the fundamentals of Java so be prepared to answer technical questions that you likely came across in college. Data structures and algorithms will be heavily emphasised. A bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience is required. "

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How would you scale access to a system like Twitter

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There's probably no real correct answer, though the solutions go from common to esoteric in a pretty normal progression: caching, shared-cache like memcache, optimize usage, prefetch, then get creative. This is more about testing reasoning and how far you'll go to solve a problem.

I was thinking geographically distributed servers.

If you were responsible for development and launch of a billing system, how would you handle a critical situation?

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Lots of questions about arrays, lists and hashmaps

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Implement a method to determine whether a string is a palindrome.

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What does the action and method attribute in the HTML <form> tag do.

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Q: Why multiple inheritances are not supported in Java?

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Write a function to print the first letter of every word in a string.

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They asked me about the Java Object - Oriented, Inheritance and Out-put the single value of the 2 dimension array

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How to prove your honesty?

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What is the difference between an abstract class and an interface?

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