|About the Book|
I am not a recruiter. I am a software engineer. And as such, I know what its like to be asked to whip up brilliant algorithms on the spot, and then write flawless code on a whiteboard. I know because Ive been asked to do the same thing--inMoreI am not a recruiter. I am a software engineer. And as such, I know what its like to be asked to whip up brilliant algorithms on the spot, and then write flawless code on a whiteboard. I know because Ive been asked to do the same thing--in interviews at Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon, among other companies.According to the Last year and this year Data that we have collected from different sources, More than 5,67,000 students and IT professionals gone through this book and Successfully secured their jobs in IT industry and Other industries as well.I also know because Ive been on the other side of the table, asking candidates to do this. Ive combed through stacks of resumes to find the engineers who I thought might be able to actually pass these interviews. And Ive debated in Googles Hiring Committee whether or not a candidate did well enough to merit an offer. I understand and have experienced the full hiring circle.And you, reader, are probably preparing for an interview, perhaps tomorrow, next week, or next year. You likely have or are working towards a Computer Science or related degree. I am not here to re-teach you the basics of what a binary search tree is, or how to traverse a linked list. You already know such things, and if not, there are plenty of other resources to learn them.This book is here to help you take your understanding of Computer Science fundamentals to the next level, to help you apply those fundamentals to crack the coding interview. Because while the fundamentals are necessary to land one of the top jobs, they arent always enough. For countless readers, this book has been just what they needed.Cracking The Java Coding Interview 2014 Edition: Total +1000 Java Programming Questions and Solutions (Java/J2EE Including +1000 Questions & Answers 4 Every step of Interview Process)The full list of topics are as follows:=====================The Interview ProcessThis section offers an overview on questions are selected and how you will be evaluated. What happens when you get a question wrong? When should you start preparing, and how? What language should you use?Behind the ScenesLearn what happens behind the scenes during your interview, how decisions really get made, who you interview with, and what they ask you. Companies covered include Google, Amazon, Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook.Special SituationsThis section explains the process for experience candidates, Program Managers, Dev Managers, Testers / SDETs, and more. Learn what your interviewers are looking for and how much code you need to know.Before the InterviewIn order to ace the interview, you first need to get an interview. This section describes what a software engineers resume should look like and what you should be doing well before your interview.Behavioral PreparationAlthough most of a software engineering interview will be technical, behavioral questions matter too. This section covers how to prepare for behavioral questions and how to give strong, structured responses.5The Apple Interview.6The Google Interview.7The Microsoft Interview8The Yahoo Interview9The Facebook Interview10Before The Interview11Interview Frequently Asked Questions12How To Prepare for Technical Questions13Handling Technical Questions14Top Ten Mistakes Candidates Make15Special Advice for Software Design Engineers16The Sixteen Most Revealing Interview Questions17Before The Danger Java Interview18Java Interview Questions & Answers +250 Q/A (PART-1)(B)AWT.(C)Swing.(D)RMI.