Have you lined up an interview for a Java developer position? In this course, review critical Java concepts-and commonly-asked interview questions-to ensure that you approach your Java interviews with confidence. Instructor Kathryn Hodge dives into a discussion of key topics that might appear as questions in an interview, such as the difference between the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and the Java Development Kit (JDK). She also goes over string manipulation, data structures, and essential object-oriented programming concepts. Throughout the course, Kathryn offers examples that lend a real-world context to the concepts she covers.
Kathryn Hodge works as a software developer at a media company.
In addition to her work as a developer, Kathryn runs a YouTube channel for people wanting to learn how to code. Before graduating college, she worked for three years as a computer science teaching assistant. She is very interested in the intersection of media, entertainment, and technology, and is focused on creating software that makes an impact.
- Kathryn Hodge works as a software developer at a media company.
Skills covered in this course
- [Instructor] Interviewing is a skill and it's essential for getting hired into a position at a company. It takes practice to get it right. And even if you're running your own business, you still need these skills to sell yourself and the products you create. As software developers and engineers, we have our work cut out for us because we also have technical interviews where interviewers ask questions and test our knowledge of different languages, frameworks, and libraries. These interviews are really the most important part of the process. No matter how great your personality is, you need to be able to answer technical questions, and this course will help you with that. If you have lots of technical experience and you are less social, some companies will still hire you, but not the other way around.
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