Have you recently worked on any projects?
How to answer: Because this is a simple question, you should begin with a straightforward response. Discuss any projects you worked on in college, or any other projects for that matter. Give the interviewer a clear understanding of the project, your role and duties in the team (if it was a team project), and how you approached and developed the idea. The interviewer will get a sense of your technical understanding by talking about technical approaches and techniques.
Tell me about an instance when you went above and beyond your normal responsibilities on a project.
How to answer: The interviewer is asking about your commitment to your job and your work ethic in this question. Give your response by emphasising how passionate you are about projects or simply finding solutions, and stress that getting the specified task done properly comes first, and once you’ve completed that, you can move on to finding other solutions. When answering this question, make sure you don’t linger too long on the first point and jump right to the example: tell them about a time when you were the team’s ace while working on a project. Sharing an experience rather than merely giving facts makes it more credible.
What technical certifications do you have or tell us about some of the courses you have done?
How to answer: All of your certifications are likely to have already been listed on your resume. Give the names of the courses and discuss what you learned during the certifications. The interviewer wants to know if you still have the knowledge that you acquired during achieving the certificates you mentioned.
What is your go to coding language?
Tell me about SAN, and how is it used?
How to answer: To begin, you should be familiar with all technical jargon and abbreviations before the interview. If you’re asked about SAN (Storage Area Network), for example, rather than giving a dry definition, go into detail regarding its functioning using an example.
Can you name some basic Java Programs?
How to answer: The answer to this question is simple (if you know about Java Programs), but make sure to start with the programs in which you are most confident. Whether it’s Palindrome, Fibonacci, Factorial, Armstrong, or any other Java basic program, make sure you know everything there is to know about it and are prepared to answer any questions that arise.
What is the role of continuous integration systems in the automated-build process?
How to answer: Continuous integration is utilised while developing a new feature to help eliminate bugs and errors, as any BCA student knows. The Continuous Integration and Automatic Build Server detects changes in the repository, runs the tests, assigns a label, and notifies the team if the build was successful or not. In the automated build process, Continuous Integration’s job is to leverage build automation to validate check-ins and enable teams to spot issues early.
Can you talk about inheritance a bit?
How to answer: Explain inheritance and OOP (object-oriented programming, if necessary) to them, as well as the many types of inheritance. If you are conceptually strong, don’t be afraid to answer in detail. Simply be confident while answering.
When should you denormalize your database design?
How to answer: To give the interviewer an impression of your familiarity with the concept, start by explaining what denormalization is. Then discuss when denormalizing a database design is truly necessary.