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  Conducting the Programmer Job Interview
The IT Manager Guide with Java, J2EE, C, C++, UNIX,
PHP and Oracle interview questions!

 
Janet Burleson
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Key Features About the Author Table of Contents
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ISBN 0-9745993-2-8   
ISBN 13: 978-0974599328
Library of Congress Number: 2004101889
294 pages - Perfect bind - 9x7 PD 704
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Computer Certification
IT Job Interview Series # 3


This book is the accumulated observations of the author's programmer job interviews with hundreds of job candidates. The author provides useful insights into what characteristics make a good computer programmer, and offers her accumulated techniques as an aid to interviewing a programmer job candidate.

This handy guide has a sample set of programmer job interview questions and provides a standard method for accurately accessing the technical abilities of programmer job candidates. By using computer programmer job interview questions that only an experienced programmer knows, you can ask the right interview questions and fill your programmer job with the best qualified programmer.
 

 
Key Features

* Assists the IT manager in choosing the best-qualified programmer professionals.

* Provides proven techniques that can accurately ascertain a job candidates suitability for any computer programmer position.

* Lists the personality characteristics of successful computer programmer professionals and how to identify candidates with the right demeanor.

* Describes methods for evaluating academic and work history for programmer professionals.

* Includes managers’ checklist of personality and background characteristics that indicate a suitable programmer job candidate.

* Covers techniques for quickly scan resumes and find the best-qualified programmer job candidates.

* Includes oral interview questions for programmer/developers and Programmer Analysts.

* Includes C job interview questions, C++ job interview questions, PHP job interview questions, UNIX job interview questions and Oracle PL/SQL job interview questions.

About the Author:


Janet Burleson

Janet Burleson has a BS degree in Computer Science and has been a Webmaster for many years working with the web since its early inception.  As an expert Webmaster consultant she provides high level web consulting services that improve the market status of Fortune 500 companies including web search rank positioning, keyword optimization, web content optimization, web community relationships, web site design, web usage tracking and web site configuration. 

Janet Burleson is also one of the world's pioneering horse trainers, having developed a hugely successful Guide Horse Foundation to train miniature horses to guide the blind.

Janet Burleson Books.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - Programmer Evaluation
Introduction
Preparing the Programmer Job Offering
Preparing the Incentive Package
Defining the Required Job Skills
Basic IT Skills
Characteristics of the Professional Programmer
Sample Job Sheet for a Senior Computer Programmer
Conclusion

Chapter 2 - Successful Programmer Qualities
Evaluating Employment History
Fraudulent Work History
Evaluating Personal Integrity
Evaluating Academic History
The Quality of Education
Rating College Education
College Major and Job Suitability
International Degrees
Advanced Degrees and Programming Professionals
The New Graduate
Personality of the Professional Programmer
Self-confidence
A Curious Nature
A Tenacious Disposition
Polite Manners
Self-Motivating
Attention to Detail
Conclusion

Chapter 3 - Roles for the Computer Programmer
Finding a well-rounded candidate
Computer Programmer Job Roles
Application Tuning
Troubleshooting
Communication Skills
Conclusion

Chapter 4 - Initial Screening
Preparation
The High Cost of Attrition and Hiring Overhead
Choosing Viable Candidates
Dealing with IT Headhunters
General Evaluation Criteria
Gleaning Demographics from the Candidate
The Selection Process
Résumé Evaluation
Résumé Red Flags
Evaluating a Programmer’s Training
Telephone Screening
Technical Pre-Testing
Developing Questions for Interviews
The IT Candidate’s Demeanor
Appropriate Appearance
Conducting the Background Check
Conclusion

Chapter 5 - Preparing for the On-site Interview
Choosing the Right Questions
Questions from the Candidate
Telephone Pre-interview Questions
Conclusion

Chapter 6 - On-Site Interview Questions
Most Commonly Asked

Chapter 7 - What Candidates Always Ask
Two-way Street

Chapter 8 - Questions a Candidate Should Never Ask
Best of the Worst
Just for fun

Chapter 9 - The Job Offer
Negotiations
After the Job Offer
Evaluating you!
Getting Along on the Job
Complaints from the Scientist programmer
Complaints from the Gung-Ho programmer
Complaints from the Empathetic Programmer

Chapter 10 - The Technical Interview
General Programming Job Interview Questions
Qualifications
Java Interview Questions
Java Tuning Interview Questions
J2EE Telephone Pre-interview Questions
J2EE Development Concepts
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
Java Servlets
Java Server Pages (JSP)
Java Beans
Design Patterns
Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
Java Message Service (JMS)
Oracle PL/SQL Job Interview Questions
UNIX Interview Questions
Data Modeling Interview Questions
C Programming Questions
C ++ Questions
PHP Scripting Questions
Non-Technical Questions
Policies, Processes and Procedures
Quality
Commitment to Task
Planning, Prioritizing and Goal Setting
Attention to Detail
Initiative

Index

Index:


 


#
#define
#endif
#if     
#include          
#pragma          


%

%NOTFOUND
%ROWTYPE   

A
AACBS  
Abstract Factory Method              
Access Control List       
ACID
Atomicity  
acknowledge()                Acknowledgement by commit        American Assembly of Collegiate Business Schools
Appearance    
Application client container
Application tuning         
Attrition

B
Background check
Bean Class   
Behavior 
Body language  
Brain Bench
Builder Design Pattern 
Business majors     
BytesMessage

C
Cartesian product    
CLASSPATH  
Common job duties  
Determine user requirements
Liaison   
Produce specifications 
Provide technical expertise     
Testing application functionality
Communication skills  
Computer scientists   
Cost of hiring
createDurableSubscriber createReceiver         createSubscriber            

D
dbms_alert      
dbms_ddl        
dbms_job        
dbms_lock      
dbms_output  
dbms_pipe  
dbms_sql     
dbms_transaction   
dbms_utility    
DECLARE
declare statement 
Decorator design pattern     
Demeanor       
Diction            
Eye Contact    
Fidgeting        
denormalization             
df                     

E
EAR 
Education majors   
EIS   
EJB  
EJB container
ejbStore           
Empathetic Employee    
Engineers       
Enterprise Archive         
Enterprise Information System
Enterprise Java Beans
Enterprise JavaBeans
Enterprise Resource Planning     
entity bean      
Entity Bean   
Entity-Relationship-Diagram 
ERD 
ERD diagrams
ERP 
ERP Systems  
EXPLAIN PLAN               
explain_table  

F
Flex time        
Flextime 
fraudulent applicant
Fraudulent Work History
fsck  

G
garbage collector   
getfacl      
getInitParameter()    
getParameterNames()   
getServletConfig()        
Golden handcuffs        
Gourman Report      
grep 
GROUP BY     
Gung-Ho Employee       

H
Hiring phases
Home Interface     

I
Idempotent Header Files                ifconfig            
IIOP 
InitialContext  
Internet Inter-ORB Protocol 
IT headhunters 

J
JAR  
Java Database Connectivity
Java Message Service   
Java Messaging Service    
Java Remote Method Protocol     
Java Server Pages  
Java Transaction API 
Java Virtual Machine  
java.lang.Runtime.getRuntime().gc()            java.lang.System.gc()    
JAVA_HOME   
javac
JavaMail          
JavaOneSM    
javax.ejb.EJBObject       
javax.jms.MessageConsumer       
javax.servlet.http.HttpSession Listener        JBuilder         
JDeveloper     
JMS 
JMS Receiver 
JMS Sender    
JMSCorrelationID          
JMSDeliveryMode          
JMSDestination              
JMSExpiration
JMSMessageID              
JMSRedelivered             
JMSReplyTo   
JMSTimeStamp              
JMSType         
Job Titles        
JRMP               
jsessionid       
JUnit
Just-In-Time compiler 
JVM

L
Language-Adaptable Header Files                loop structures               

M
main().             
Management by Objective             
MapMessage  
Math majors    
MBA 
MessageConsumer.receive()        
Message-Driven Bean 
MessageListener.onMessage()    
Muic majors    
mutating table error        

N
n12br()            

O
ObjectMessage              
On-site interview            
OPC 
OpenBoot       
Opportunities for advancement   
Optimization   
ORDER BY      
Other People’s Code     
 

P
Passivation     
PATH               
Personal integrity          
Personality     
Curiosity         
Detail-oriented               
Polite manners               
Self-confidence              
Self-starting    
Tenacity          
PID   
PL/SQL      
PPID
print()              
println()           
printStackTrace()           
ps                    
public classes

Q
QueueSession

R
receive()          
receiveNoWait()             
References     
Remote Interface            
Remote Method Invocation   
RemoteException          
résumé falsifications      
Resume Red Flags        
Résumé screening        
RMI  

S
Salaries       
Scientist Employee   
Session Bean 
Session.AUTO_ ACKNOWLEDGE    
Session.CLIENT_ ACKNOWLEDGE   
Session.DUPS_OK_ ACKNOWLEDGE
SHOW ERROR
SingleThreadModel     
Singleton design pattern   
SQL 
SQLCODE     
SQLERRM     
STAR schema design  
Stateful Session Beans
Stateless Session Beans   
StreamMessage    
String class  
StringBuffer class   
sudo
System.gc()    
System.out.print()          
System.out.println()       

T
Technical assessment  
Technical examination  
Telecommuting           
Telephone interview  
Telephone screening    
TextMessage  
TKPROF       
triggers       
Troubleshooting
TTY 
Tuition reimbursement   

U
UID  
umask              
UML 
UML diagrams
Unified Modeling Language         
Use Cases      
utl_file            
utlxplan.sql     

V
Visual Age for Java        

W
WAR
Web archive   
Web container

X
xmodmap        

 


 

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