Crack your Java interview by preparing important topics and mastering key concepts in a guided and structured way in a short time.
Cracking a Java Interview is not easy and one of the main reasons for that is Java is very vast. There are a lot of concepts and APIs to master to become a decent Java developer.
Many people who are good at general topics like Data Structure and Algorithms, System Design, SQL, and Database fail to crack the Java interview because they don't spend time to learn the Core Java concepts and essential APIs and packages like Java Collection Framework, Multithreading, JVM Internals, JDBC, Design Patterns, and Object-Oriented Programming.
This book aims to fill that gap and introduce you to classical Java interview questions from these topics. By going through these questions and topics you will not only expand your knowledge but also get ready for your Next Java interview.
This book is for programmers preparing for Java interviews. This book contains frequently asked questions and their answer/explanations on essential Java topics. You can use this book to quickly revise all essential Java concepts before your interview, both telephonic and face-to-face and you can also use this book to learn Core Java in depth.
This book contains frequently asked Java questions from essential topics like
1. Object-Oriented Programming
2. Java Fundamentals
3. Java Collections
4. Java Multithreading
5. Garbage Collection
8. Design PAtterns
9. Telephonic Interview Questions
These questions are a compilation of my best Java interview articles which have been read by millions of Java developers and it is also my 10 years of experience writing Java articles, tutorials, and interview questions.
If you are preparing for Java interviews then I highly recommend you to go through these questions before your telephonic or face-to-face interviews, you will not only gain confidence and knowledge to answer the question but also learn how to drive Java interviews in your favor.
This is the single most important tip I can give you as a Java developer. Always, remember, your answers drive interviews, and these questions will show you how to drive an Interviewer to your strong areas.
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