Skill Level Intermediate
- [Kathryn] Do you have a technical interview coming up for a Java position? Are you overwhelmed by all the concepts you have to study in order to impress your interviewer? If so, I can help you. As software developers and engineers, we have our work cut out for us because in addition to HR interviews, we also have technical interviews. In technical interviews we're asked questions about software development, and we're tested on our knowledge of languages, frameworks, and libraries. It takes practice to get it right. Technical interviews are the most important part of the software development hiring process. No matter how great your communication skills are, you need to be able to answer technical questions. And this course will help you do that. The secret to nailing these technical interviews is not memorizing hundreds of different algorithms, rather it's thoroughly understanding software development concepts and being able to recognize algorithmic patterns to implement efficient and maintainable solutions. In a Java software development interview, it's especially important to know about the Java programming language, specifically, what makes it unique and how it works under the hood. You can earn bonus points if you discuss the feasibility of the latest features added in newer versions of Java. Hi, I'm Katherine Hodge, and I'm a Java software developer. I'm excited to help you prep for your Java technical interview and advance your software development career. Join me in my LinkedIn Learning course to understand the different tools available in the Java programming language that can help you answer those tough technical interview questions.
1. Answering Java-Specific Questions
2. Leveraging New Java Features
3. Solving Technical Interview Questions: String Manipulation
4. Solving Technical Interview Questions: Arrays and Linked Lists
5. Solving Technical Interview Questions: Stacks, Queues, and Hash-Based Structures
6. Solving Technical Interview Questions: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism
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