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
- Hi, I'm Kathryn Hodge, and welcome to Nailing the Java Interview. In this course, we'll start by looking at some common questions you'll get in Java interviews. We'll also explore concepts that are specific to Java, like the JDK and the JRE. We'll review how we can manipulate strings and how to use some of the most widely known data structures, like arrays, linked lists, and hashmaps in Java. Finally, we'll end the course by talking about some of the essential topics related to object-oriented programming, like abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. Along the way, we will be using real world examples, and you will be challenged with writing programs that include these new topics that we'll be discussing. Let's go ahead and jump right in.
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