● Start identifying responses for various interviews for Java architecture. ● Solutions to real Java scenarios and applications across the industry. ● Understand the various perspectives of Java concepts from the interviewer's point of view.
Java Professional Interview Guide aims at helping engineers who want to work in Java.
The book covers nearly every aspect of Java, right from the fundamentals of core Java to advanced features such as lambdas and functional programming. Each concept's topics begin with an overview, followed by a discussion of the interview questions. Additionally, the book discusses the frameworks, Hibernate and Spring. The questions included in each topic will undoubtedly help you feel more confident during the technical interview, which will increase your chances of being selected. You will gain an understanding of both the interviewer and the interviewee's psychology. This book will help you build a solid foundation of Java, the Java architecture, and how to answer questions about Java's internal operations. You will begin to experience interview questions that cover all of Java's major concepts, from object orientation to collections. You will be able to investigate how objects are constructed and what the fundamental properties of OOPs are. Additionally, you will learn how to handle exceptions and work with files and collections.
We'll cover advanced topics like functional programming and design patterns in the final chapters. The section also covers questions on Java web application development. Finally, you will be able to learn how to answer questions using industry-standard frameworks like Spring and Hibernate.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
● How to prepare before an actual technical interview? ● You will learn how to understand an interviewer's mindset. ● What kind of questions can be asked and how can they be answered? ● How to deal with cross-examination questions in an interview. ● How can the interviewer reframe the questions and how can you provide solutions?
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
This book is intended for both new and experienced candidates preparing for the Java Developer Interview. Although the book provides an overview of all Java and J2EE concepts, prior knowledge of basic Java is required.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Preparation Beyond Technology 2. Architecture of Java 3. Object Orientation in Java 4. Handling Exception 5. File Handling 6. Concurrency 7. JDBC 8. Collections 9. Miscellaneous 10. Functional Programming 11. Design Patterns 12. Basics of Web 13. Spring and Spring Boot 14. Hibernate