I help tech companies to screen Java developers for back-end roles.

The process

Screening Java developers consists of a one-to-one personalized interview for up to one hour.

  • Up to 5 minutes for the introduction.
  • Up to 10-15 minutes to discuss the candidate’s current, or recent projects upon which I’ll expand during the interview.
  • Around 40 minutes for the technical screening.

What I ask in the technical interview

  • I ask candidates technical questions about Java and its surrounding ecosystem such as Spring Framework, Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Security, Concurrency, RESTful APIs, SOAP, JPA, Hibernate, SQL.
  • I ask some questions about OOP and Design Patterns.
  • I ask candidates performance troubleshooting questions.
  • I also expand on the candidate’s involvement with their current, or past projects.

What I don’t ask

  • I don’t ask candidates to solve coding quizzes, or puzzles, either in an online, screen-sharing editor or on a whiteboard.
    I also don’t ask candidates to write data structures like Queue, Stack, etc.
    They don’t represent an accurate proficiency level when implementing Java Enterprise Applications.

Each interview starts from $150.

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Last updated on 2021-10-07