Crack Your Java Interview: Answer by Example
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Crack Your Java Interview: Answer by Example

Comprehensive Topic Wise Java Interview Q&A with in-depth explantion with example
3.8 (20 ratings)
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4,028 students enrolled
Created by Sunil Kumar Gupta
Last updated 4/2017
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will have very strong understanding of Java/JEE concpets to clear any Java Interviews
  • Answer upto 90% of Java Interview Questions with ease
  • Develop strong self confidence to face and conquer any Java Job Interview
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  • Basics of Java Programming
  • Basic Understanding of Object Oriented Programming Concepts
  • Familiarity with Java/J2EE Development

***** This course is being updated to achieve the 500+ Java Interview Questions*****

****** Updated on April 2, 2017 **** 

This course is the next step to your Java career as this course will take you through the Java basics to advance topics with answers to the questions that you might be asked in your next job interview. Answers are not only explained in detail but also have a detailed program explaining the concepts so that when you answer, you will answer with validity and answer will look authentically coming from your Job experience or working experience. 

This course will have around 500 most asked questions gathered from my own experience and the questions which I was asked to asnwer or I asked the developers when I used to interview them. 

This course will ease your Java Interview process as you need not to search for interview questions over internet and spending weeks of your valuable time in searching and not finding satisfactory answers to the questions. 

You need to follow this course a week before or so and start practicing along the course and at the end of the course, you will become confident to face any Java Interview. You just need to focus on learning, preparing and practicing with this course. 

This course will have concept based topic wise questions on different java topics, programming challenges to test your skills and quizzes to test your understanding.

So, do not waste your time in searching for questions, just enroll to this course and Crack Your Java Interviews with ease.

Who is the target audience?
  • Java Developers/Programmers
  • Job Seekers/Students looking for Job in Java/JEE
  • Developers who want to enhance their Java Understanding
  • Developers who wants to do better at Job Interviews
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Curriculum For This Course
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2 Lectures 03:15
The Best Way to Prepare for Job Interviews
7 Lectures 13:09

Ask to Repeat and look for hints

Try to Make it a discussion not Q&A Session

Answer by Your Realtime Work Experience if any
Basic Questions to Start With
17 Lectures 01:36:32
What is Java? or What do you know about Java?

Is Java Architectural Neutral? If Yes, Why?

Explain Variables in Java

Let's Practice Variables

Things To Remember About Variables

Explain the main() method in Java

What is difference between path & classpath variables?

Is it possilbe to overload main method?

Explain Overloading & Overriding with Example

Difference Between == and equals(..) with example

Is it possible to stop execution of finally block?

Understanding this keyword

Example this keyword

Differfence Between String And StringBuffer

Difference Between StringBuffer And StringBuilder

Explain JVM in Detail

Difference Between Abstract Class & Interface- Detailed Explanation
Java Multithreading Interview Questions
12 Lectures 35:02
Understanding Multithreading

Thread Life Cycle

Difference between Process & Thread

Daemon Thread & User Thread

Difference Between sleep() and wait()

How does thread communication happen?

How does join() work?

Can we start a thread twice?

What if we call run() method instead of start()?

Are sleep() and yield() static? If yes, then why?

Is it possible to make user thread as daemon thread if user thread is started?

Ways to achieve thread safety in Java
About the Instructor
Sunil Kumar Gupta
3.9 Average rating
671 Reviews
21,005 Students
13 Courses
Technology Analyst & Programmer

Sunil is a developer, programmer, mentor and all round technology nut. With over 6 years of professional experience in the software development as Software Engineer and Technology Analyst, he understands what technology can do for us.

He loves building applications using Object Orientated languages & Aspect Orientated programming.

He has a special love for Data Analysis, Data Science and Analytics.

He runs technology website where he shares his technical expertise and experience.

Sunil is an Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE 6 Programmer and currently works as Technology Analyst at an IT company and he holds a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science & Engineering.