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    Java EE,Open Source,Advanced Technologies Interview Questions

    In continuation of earlier post on Java Interview Questions this post is focussed on interview questions in several Java EE technologies(erstwhile J2EE).Apart from Java EE, interview questions on most widely used open source technologies like Struts,Hibernate,Spring and Velocity and more will also be covered.

    On constant requests by readers to put something on personal interview questions, consequently, you may like to read post on personal interview questions , prior talking about Java Enterprise Edition.

    Sun Microsystems introduced Java EE 5 specification under JSR 244 and the final release was made public on May ,2006.Java EE has become a cornerstone technology for enterprise level web based solution development.It has more than three million downloads and more than twenty six vendors' application servers support this specification.It is significant to go through an introduction of Java EE 5 before jumping to questions list straightaway.You can capture essence of Java EE 5 here in detail.

    If you directly want to access Master List of Java EE Interview Questions then click here.

    The list of questions on various topics covered under Java EE hood is as follows(on the basis of different technologies covered under Java EE umbrella) :

    Java EE 5(Click To Access Questions' List)
    Java Servlets
    Java Server Pages and JSP Standard Tag Libraries
    Enterprise Java Beans
    Java Message Services
    Java APIs for XML Parsing
    Java Connector Architecture
    Java Mail
    Java Transaction APIs

    Open Source Technologies/Emerging Frameworks:
    Hibernate Framework
    Spring Framework
    Apache AXIS
    Test Driven Development (TDD).

    Service Oriented Architecture

    Java Design Patterns

    If anyone of you has come across a very unique experience in terms of technical and personal questions asked, feel free to share your experience.

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    Learn more about Java EE, here.

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