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  • 1. TECK INTERVIEWInterview questions for a low-levelprogrammerBy admin | April 13, 2007 1. What is assembler? 2. What is linker? 3. What is debugger? 4. What is compiler? 5. What is locator? 6. What is emulator? 7. When divide overflow error occurs? 8. What does .startup stand for? 9. Explain the logic of array addition program. 10. Explain the logic of finding out negative numbers from an array of signed numbers. 11. Explain the logic of code conversion (BCD to hex and hex to BCD) program. 12. Explain the logic of multiplication (by successive addition and shift and add method) program. 13. Explain the logic of non overlap and overlap block transfer program. 14. Explain the logic of string-related programs. 15. Which assembler directives are used with near procedure? 16. Which assembler directives are used with far procedure?This entry was posted in General. Bookmark the permalink. Post a comment or leave atrackback: Trackback URL.Category Archives: Hardware« Older postsDAC interview questions and answersBy admin | April 17, 2007What is the IC numbers for DAC that you have used in the lab?Define resolution. What is the resolution of DAC that you have used in the lab?How many pins does DAC IC have?What are the types of DAC?Which technique you have used for DAC interfacingWhich type of DAC you have used in the lab?Define [...]Posted in Hardware | 5 CommentsAds by Google
  • 2. TECK INTERVIEWHardware Engg in 75 daysFor Hardware & Networking courses Join Aptech Networking todaywww.aptechnpower.comLatest Wipro VacanciesSubmit Resume Now & Get Access to 1000s of Latest Wipro Vacancieswww.Shine.com/Wipro_JobsTop Jobs in HardwareImmediate Requirement in Companies. Submit Your Resume Free. Now!MonsterIndia.com8251 USART interview questions and answersBy admin | April 15, 2007What is IC 8251?How many pins does IC 8251 have?What is USART?Why 8251 is called a USART?Posted in Hardware | 12 CommentsIC 8253 and IC 8259 interview questions and answersBy admin | April 14, 2007What is IC 8253?How many pins does IC 8253 have?How many counters are there in 8253?What is the size of counters in 8253?With binary & BCD counters, what is the range of count?Explain control word format of 8253?Posted in Hardware | 2 Comments8086 interview questionsBy admin | April 12, 2007How many bits does 8086 microprocessor have?What is the size of data bus in 8086?What is the size of address bus in 8086?What is the max memory addressing capacity of 8086?Which are the basic parts of 8086?What are the functions of BIU?Posted in Hardware | 5 CommentsHardware architecture interview questionsBy admin | May 11, 2006
  • 3. TECK INTERVIEWAre you familiar with the term MESI?Are you familiar with the term snooping?Describe a finite state machine that will detect three consecutive coin tosses (of one coin) that results in heads.In what cases do you need to double clock a signal before presenting it to a synchronous state machine?You have a driver that drives a [...]Also posted in C++ | 22 CommentsCPU engineer interview questionsBy admin | April 10, 2006For a single computer processor computer system, what is the purpose of a processor cache and describe its operation?Explain the operation considering a two processor computer system with a cache for each processor.What are the main issues associated with multiprocessor caches and how might you solve it?Explain the difference between write through and write back [...]Posted in Hardware | 2 CommentsC questions for a hardware engineerBy admin | April 9, 2006What are the total number of lines written in C/C++? What is the most complicated/valuable program written in C/C++?What compiler was used?Have you studied buses? What types?Have you studied pipelining? List the 5 stages of a 5 stage pipeline. Assuming 1 clock per stage, what is the latency of an instruction in a 5stage [...]Also posted in C++ | 12 CommentsElectronic engineer interview questionsBy admin | February 5, 2006What is D-FF?What is the basic difference between Latches and Flip flops?What is a multiplexer?How can you convert an SR Flip-flop to a JK Flip-flop?How can you convert an JK Flip-flop to a D Flip-flop?What is Race-around problem? How can you rectify it?Posted in Hardware | 59 CommentsQualcomm hardware logic design questionsBy admin | February 1, 2006Design a circuit for A + abs(B) = C, where A and B are 4 bits wide and 2‟s complement representationDesign a circuit to detect when 3 and only 3 bits are set out of 8 bits.(eg. o0101100)Check out Interview at QualcommPosted in Hardware | 1 CommentEmbedded firmware interview questionsBy admin | January 30, 2006
  • 4. TECK INTERVIEWWrite function in C that gets array of chars, and search for the longest sequence of repeatedly 1 bits. It returns the the first bit place in thesequence and the number of 1 bits in the sequence. - (a) loop of 2^0, 2^1, … , 2^7 is done with 1<<j when 0<=j<=7. (b) Take [...]Also posted in C++ | 2 CommentsElectrical engineer interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What types of CMOS memories have you designed? What were their size? Speed? Configuration Process technology?What work have you done on full chip Clock and Power distribution? What process technology and budgets were used?What types of I/O have you designed? What were their size? Speed? Configuration? Voltage requirements? Process technology? Whatpackage was used and [...]Posted in Hardware | 7 CommentsLarge list of Intel interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005Insights of an inverter. Explain the working?Insights of a 2 input NOR gate. Explain the working?Insights of a 2 input NAND gate. Explain the working?Implement F= not (AB+CD) using CMOS gates?Insights of a pass gate. Explain the working?Also posted in C++ | 4 Comments« Older postsategory Archives: Hardware« Older posts Newer posts »Bluetooth interview questionsBy admin | January 30, 2005Used for a written exam by a company in India.Why is Bluetooth called a cable replacement technology? - Bluetooth technology allows the creation of Personal Area Networks withoutcables or wires that are usual in home networks.Give a generic description of Bluetooth? - Bluetooth is a low-cost, short-range (RF) links between mobile PCs, mobile phones [...]Also posted in Networking | 9 CommentsAds by GoogleHave a Minute?
  • 5. TECK INTERVIEWYour Opinion Matters - Its Our Top Story. Please take a Quick Survey!www.Confirmit.comWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-Jobs$81 for 3 prototypeTurnkey service for PCB&PCBA Good price for small or mid orderwww.ourpcb.comOperating system questionsBy admin | January 17, 2005What are the basic functions of an operating system? - Operating system controls and coordinates the use of the hardware among the variousapplications programs for various uses. Operating system acts as resource allocator and manager. Since there are many possibly conflictingrequests for resources the operating system must decide which requests are allocated resources [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux, Windows | 9 Comments8086 interview questionsBy admin | January 9, 2005What are the flags in 8086? - In 8086 Carry flag, Parity flag, Auxiliary carry flag, Zero flag, Overflow flag, Trace flag, Interrupt flag, Directionflag, and Sign flag.What are the various interrupts in 8086? - Maskable interrupts, Non-Maskable interrupts.What is meant by Maskable interrupts? - An interrupt that can be turned off by the [...]Posted in Hardware | 29 Comments8085 microprocessor questionsBy admin | December 28, 2004What are the various registers in 8085? - Accumulator register, Temporary register, Instruction register, Stack Pointer, Program Counter arethe various registers in 8085 .In 8085 name the 16 bit registers? - Stack pointer and Program counter all have 16 bits.Posted in Hardware | 114 Commentsx86 interview questions and answersBy admin | December 7, 2004These interview questions test the knowledge of x86 Intel architecture and 8086 microprocessor specifically.What is a Microprocessor? - Microprocessor is a program-controlled device, which fetches the instructions from memory, decodes andexecutes the instructions. Most Micro Processor are single- chip devices.Give examples for 8 / 16 / 32 bit Microprocessor? - 8-bit Processor - 8085 [...]Posted in Hardware | 20 Comments
  • 6. TECK INTERVIEWIntel interview questions and answersBy admin | May 21, 2004The following questions are used for screening the candidates during the first interview. The questions apply mostly to fresh college gradspursuing an engineering career at Intel.Have you studied buses? What types?Have you studied pipelining? List the 5 stages of a 5 stage pipeline. Assuming 1 clock per stage, what is the latency of an [...]Also posted in C++ | 4 CommentsA+ and basic PC questionsBy admin | February 2, 2004What are the basic expansion card types?ISA and PCI, ISA can be used only on XT, AT and ATX boards. The industry now considers ISAobsolete.How do you clear CMOS password? Since CMOS is a special chip with its own battery, the best way to clear out a CMOS chip is to disconnectit from [...]Posted in Hardware | 3 CommentsTelecommunications interview questionsBy admin | January 20, 2004A well-known telecommunications company uses this pop quiz for oral and written examinations of applicants for engineering positions.1. A 2MB PCM(pulse code modulation) has…a) 32 channelsb) 30 voice channels & 1 signaling channel.c) 31 voice channels & 1 signaling channel.d) 32 channels out of which 30 voice channels, 1 signaling channel, & 1 synchronization channel.Ans: [...]Posted in Hardware | 10 CommentsHardware and software design questionsBy admin | December 21, 2003Asked by a famous microprocessor manufacturer.What is Finite AutomataWhat is a Turing machine?Posted in Hardware | 4 CommentsRF and radio engineering interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003What‟s a PCB? Printed Circuit Board.Name some band definitions. L-Band - 1-2 GHz, S-Band - 2-4 GHz, C-Band - 4-8 GHz, X-Band - 8-12 GHz, Ku-Band - 12-18 GHz.Posted in Hardware | 10 CommentsComputer architecture and design interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003
  • 7. TECK INTERVIEWWhat is pipelining?Posted in Hardware | 12 CommentsEmbedded systems interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Can structures be passed to the functions by value?Why cannot arrays be passed by values to functions?Advantages and disadvantages of using macro and inline functions?Also posted in C++ | 46 CommentsCategory Archives: Java« Older postsJava interview questions and answersBy admin | July 14, 2008Describe what happens when an object is created in Java?Several things happen in a particular order to ensure the object is constructed properly: 1. Memory is allocated from heap to hold all instancevariables and implementation-specific data of the object and its superclasses. Implementation-specific data includes pointers to class andmethod [...]Posted in Java | 2 CommentsAds by GoogleJava DeveloperWeb, J2EE & .Net Experts Required. Join Us, Make the World Work Betterwww.IBM.com/Developer-JobsWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsSAP Certification @ NIITEnrol in 4 weeks SAP Program. Build yourself a better Career.NIIT.com/SAPeducationJava threads question setBy admin | July 1, 2008Do I need to use synchronized on setValue(int)? - It depends whether the method affects method local variables, class static or instancevariables. If only method local variables are changed, the value is said to be confined by the method and is not prone to threading issues.Do I need to use synchronized on setValue(int)? - [...]Posted in Java | 2 Comments
  • 8. TECK INTERVIEW30 simple Java questionsBy admin | February 16, 2007How could Java classes direct program messages to the system console, but error messages, say to a file?The class System has a variable out that represents the standard output, and the variable err that represents the standard error device. Bydefault, they both point at the system console. This how the standard output could be [...]Posted in Java | 5 Comments64 Java questions for any job interviewBy admin | May 4, 20061. Whichof the following are valid definitions of an application‟s main( ) method?a) public static void main();b) public static void main( String args );c) public static void main( String args[] );d) public static void main( Graphics g );e) public static boolean main( String args[] );2. If MyProg.java were compiled as anapplication and then run from [...]Posted in Java | 50 CommentsGeneral Java Servlet questionsBy admin | November 10, 2005What is the servlet?What are the JSP atrributes?What is the need of super.init(config) in servlets?How to know whether we have to use jsp or servlet in our project?Can we call destroy() method on servlets from service method?What is the Servlet Interface?Also posted in Networking | 39 CommentsNewbie Java questionsBy admin | October 26, 2005If Runnable interface is better than Thread class, than why we are using Thread class? What is the need for Thread class?Why we are calling System.gc() method to garbage collection of unused object, if garbage collection is automatically done in Java by daemonthread in background process with regular interval?What is the significance of Marker [...]Posted in Java | 59 CommentsSimple Java questionsBy admin | September 22, 2005Meaning - Abstract classes, abstract methodsDifference - Java,C++Difference between == and equals methodExplain Java security modelPosted in Java | 67 Comments
  • 9. TECK INTERVIEWMaster list of Java interview questions - 115 questionsBy admin | July 18, 2005115 questions total, not for the weak. Covers everything from basics to JDBC connectivity, AWT and JSP.What is the difference between procedural and object-oriented programs?- a) In procedural program, programming logic follows certainprocedures and the instructions are executed one after another. In OOP program, unit of program is object, which is nothing but combination[...]Posted in Java | 45 CommentsSAP/ABAP interview questionsBy admin | July 18, 2005Type of table?Events of module pool?Events of interactive report?Also posted in Database, General, SAP ABAP | 10 CommentsTough interview questions on EJBBy admin | July 16, 2005How EJB Invocation happens? - Retrieve Home Object reference from Naming Service via JNDI. Return Home Object reference to the client.Create me a new EJB Object through Home Object interface. Create EJB Object from the Ejb Object. Return EJB Object reference to theclient. Invoke business method using EJB Object reference. Delegate request to [...]Also posted in Web dev | 3 CommentsEJB interview questionsBy admin | July 14, 2005What are the different kinds of enterprise beans? - Different kind of enterrise beans are Stateless session bean, Stateful session bean, Entitybean, Message-driven bean.What is Session Bean? - A session bean is a non-persistent object that implements some business logic running on the server. One way tothink of a session object.Posted in Java | 9 CommentsABAP interview questions and answersBy admin | May 2, 2005Thanks to the reader who sent in this question set:What is an ABAP data dictionary?- ABAP 4 data dictionary describes the logical structures of the objects used in application development andshows how they are mapped to the underlying relational database in tables/views.What are domains and data element?- Domains:Domain is the central object for describing [...]Also posted in General, SAP ABAP | 58 Comments
  • 10. TECK INTERVIEWCategory Archives: Java« Older posts Newer posts »Interview at IBMBy admin | March 7, 2005A reader interviewed with IBM and sent the following questions in:I have a scale and 7 balls. 1 ball is heavier than all the rest. How do I determine the heaviest ball with only 3 possible weighing attempts?What is a linked list?Name an advantage of linked list over array?Also posted in C++, General | 102 CommentsAds by GoogleSoftware Job Openings ?Join Now For Free, Start Working The Index Of Developers In Indiawww.exactme.comWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsSAP Certification @ NIITEnrol in 4 weeks SAP Program. Build yourself a better Career.NIIT.com/SAPeducationProgramming interview questionsBy admin | February 24, 2005A recruiter sent this simple set of interview questions for a programming position.How can you defined OOP?How can you use OOP in your projects/products/applications?What is copy constructor?How many types of copy constructor are there?What shallow copy constructor does/behaves?Does C++ support copy constructor?Does Java support copy constructor?(If the answer to the previous question was correct) Why [...]Also posted in C++, General | 17 CommentsJakarta struts questionsBy admin | January 17, 2005
  • 11. TECK INTERVIEWA reader sent it a set of Jakarta Struts questions used at his company.What is Jakarta Struts Framework? - Jakarta Struts is open source implementation of MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern for thedevelopment of web based applications. Jakarta Struts is robust architecture and can be used for the development of application of any size.Struts framework [...]Posted in Java | 26 CommentsInterview questions for Web application developersBy admin | December 18, 2004The following set was set in by a reader of the site:Following are the questions from an interview I attended for in C#, ASP.NET, XML and Sql Server. I will try to add some more as soon as Irecollect. Hope these questions will be useful for people attending interviews in this area.What is the [...]Also posted in .NET | 15 CommentsJava Web development interview questionsBy admin | October 12, 2004Can we use the constructor, instead of init(), to initialize servlet? - Yes , of course you can use the constructor instead of init(). There‟snothing to stop you. But you shouldn‟t. The original reason for init() was that ancient versions of Java couldn‟t dynamically invokeconstructors with arguments, so there was no [...]Also posted in Database, Networking | 16 CommentsEJB interview questionsBy admin | October 10, 2004Is is possible for an EJB client to marshal an object of class java.lang.Class to an EJB? - Technically yes, spec. compliant NO! - The enterprisebean must not attempt to query a class to obtain information about the declared members that are not otherwise accessible to the enterprisebean because of the security rules [...]Posted in Java | 8 CommentsGood questions asked during Java interviewBy admin | October 10, 2004Is “abc” a primitive value? - The String literal “abc” is not a primitive value. It is a String object.What restrictions are placed on the values of each case of a switch statement? - During compilation, the values of each case of a switchstatement must evaluate to a value that can be promoted to [...]Posted in Java | 45 CommentsJDBC and JSP interview questions and answersBy admin | October 9, 2004What is the query used to display all tables names in SQL Server (Query analyzer)?select * from information_schema.tablesHow many types of JDBC Drivers are present and what are they?- There are 4 types of JDBC Drivers
  • 12. TECK INTERVIEWJDBC-ODBC Bridge DriverNative API Partly Java DriverNetwork protocol DriverJDBC Net pure Java DriverAlso posted in Database | 20 CommentsAdvanced EJB interview questionsBy admin | October 9, 2004Are enterprise beans allowed to use Thread.sleep()? - Enterprise beans make use of the services provided by the EJB container, such as life-cycle management. To avoid conflicts with these services, enterprise beans are restricted from performing certain operations: Managing orsynchronizing threadsIs it possible to write two EJB‟s that share the same Remote and Home [...]Posted in Java | 8 CommentsJunior Java programmer interview questionsBy admin | October 9, 2004What is the purpose of finalization? - The purpose of finalization is to give an unreachable object the opportunity to perform any cleanupprocessing before the object is garbage collected.What is the difference between the Boolean & operator and the && operator? - If an expression involving the Boolean & operator is evaluated,both operands [...]Posted in Java | 4 CommentsCore Java interview questionsBy admin | October 9, 2004Can there be an abstract class with no abstract methods in it? - YesCan an Interface be final? - NoCan an Interface have an inner class? - Yes.Also posted in Networking | 39 CommentsJava interview questions and answersBy admin | October 9, 2004What is garbage collection? What is the process that is responsible for doing that in java? - Reclaiming the unused memory by the invalidobjects. Garbage collector is responsible for this processWhat kind of thread is the Garbage collector thread? - It is a daemon thread.Also posted in Networking | 23 CommentsCategory Archives: Java« Older posts Newer posts »
  • 13. TECK INTERVIEWBasic Java interview questionsBy admin | October 9, 2004What is a Marker Interface? - An interface with no methods. Example: Serializable, Remote, CloneableWhat interface do you implement to do the sorting? - ComparableWhat is the eligibility for a object to get cloned? - It must implement the Cloneable interfacePosted in Java | 5 CommentsAds by GoogleWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsNIIT SAP Basis TrainingBe a Certified SAP Professional in 25 Days.Last Date to Enrol 30th NovNIIT.com/SAP-Basis-ModuleSQL QueryProven Security, Higher Performance Full Separation of Duties; Try Now!Download.GreenSQL.com/free-trial.phpJ2EE EJB interview questionsBy admin | October 5, 2004What is the relationship between local interfaces and container-managed relationships? - Entity beans that have container-managedrelationships with other entity beans, must be accessed in the same local scope as those related beans, and therefore typically provide a localclient view. In order to be the target of a container-managed relationship, an entity bean with [...]Also posted in Networking | 7 CommentsJ2EE with EJB and Weblogic interview questionsBy admin | October 4, 2004What is the difference between URL instance and URLConnection instance? - A URL instance represents the location of a resource, and aURLConnection instance represents a link for accessing or communicating with the resource at the location.What are the two important TCP Socket classes? - Socket and ServerSocket. ServerSocket is used for normal two-way socket [...]Posted in Java | Leave a commentInterview questions for Java junior developer positionBy admin | September 30, 2004What gives Java its “write once and run anywhere” nature? - Java is compiled to be a byte code which is the intermediate language betweensource code and machine code. This byte code is not platorm specific and hence can be fed to any platform. After being fed to the JVM, whichis specific to [...]Posted in Java | 6 Comments
  • 14. TECK INTERVIEWJava database interview questions and answersBy admin | September 26, 2004How do you call a Stored Procedure from JDBC? - The first step is to create a CallableStatement object. As with Statement andPreparedStatement objects, this is done with an open Connection object. A CallableStatement object contains a call to a stored procedure.CallableStatement cs =con.prepareCall("{call SHOW_SUPPLIERS}");ResultSet rs = cs.executeQuery();Also posted in Database | 8 CommentsJava Messaging System interview questionsBy admin | September 25, 2004What are the types of messaging? - There are two kinds of Messaging. Synchronous messaging involves a client that waits for the server torespond to a message. Asynchronous messaging involves a client that does not wait for a message from the server. An event is used to triggera message from a server.What is [...]Posted in Java | Leave a commentCommon JSP interview questionsBy admin | September 23, 2004What are the implicit objects? - Implicit objects are objects that are created by the web container and contain information related to aparticular request, page, or application. They are: request, response, pageContext, session, application, out, config, page, exception.Is JSP technology extensible? - Yes. JSP technology is extensible through the development of custom actions, or [...]Also posted in Networking | 9 CommentsJava interview questions and answersBy admin | September 19, 2004What is the Collections API? - The Collections API is a set of classes and interfaces that support operations on collections of objectsWhat is the List interface? - The List interface provides support for ordered collections of objects.Posted in Java | 4 CommentsJava GUI designer interview questionsBy admin | September 19, 2004What advantage do Java‟s layout managers provide over traditional windowing systems? - Java uses layout managers to lay out componentsin a consistent manner across all windowing platforms. Since Java‟s layout managers aren‟t tied to absolute sizing and positioning, they areable to accomodate platform-specific differences among windowing systems.What is the difference between the paint() [...]Posted in Java | 2 CommentsJ2EE interview questions and answersBy admin | September 1, 2004Thanks to Sachin Rastogi for contributing these.
  • 15. TECK INTERVIEWWhat makes J2EE suitable for distributed multitiered Applications?- The J2EE platform uses a multitiered distributed application model. Application logic is divided into components according to function,and the various application components that make up a J2EE application are installed on different machines depending on the tier in themultitiered [...]Posted in Java | 5 CommentsBasic Java servlet interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004What is the difference between CGI and Servlet?What is meant by a servlet?Posted in Java | 16 CommentsJava AWT interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Thanks to Sachin Rastogi for contributing these.What is meant by Controls and what are different types of controls? - Controls are componenets that allow a user to interact with yourapplication. The AWT supports the following types of controls:LabelsPush buttonsCheck boxesChoice listsListsScroll barsText componentsThese controls are subclasses of Component.Posted in Java | Leave a commentCategory Archives: Java« Older posts Newer posts »Java applet interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Thanks to Sachin Rastogi for sending this set in.What is an Applet? Should applets have constructors?- Applets are small programs transferred through Internet, automatically installed and run as part of web-browser. Applets implementsfunctionality of a client. Applet is a dynamic and interactive program that runs inside a Web page displayed by a Java-capable browser. [...]Posted in Java | 3 CommentsAds by GoogleJava ProgrammerExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!
  • 16. TECK INTERVIEWwww.IBM.com/Software-JobsWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsNIIT Java ProgramJoin IT Diploma Program & Jump Start your IT Career Now. Apply!NIITEducation.com/99days/JavaServlet interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004What is a servlet?Servlets are modules that extend request/response-oriented servers,such as Java-enabled web servers. For example, a servlet might beresponsible for taking data in an HTML order-entry form and applying the business logic used to update a company‟s order database. Servletsare to servers what applets are to browsers. Unlike applets, however, servlets have [...]Posted in Java | 2 CommentsJDBC interview questions and answersBy admin | September 1, 2004Thanks to Sachin Rastogi for sending in Java database interview questions.What are the steps involved in establishing a JDBC connection? This action involves two steps: loading the JDBC driver and making theconnection.How can you load the drivers?Loading the driver or drivers you want to use is very simple and involves just one line of [...]Also posted in Database | 17 CommentsJava interview questionsBy admin | May 16, 2004What are synchronized methods and synchronized statements? Synchronized methods are methods that are used to control access to anobject. For example, a thread only executes a synchronized method after it has acquired the lock for the method‟s object or class.Synchronized statements are similar to synchronized methods. A synchronized statement can only be executed [...]Posted in Java | 5 CommentsJSP interview questions and answersBy admin | April 25, 2004What is JSP? Describe its concept. JSP is a technology that combines HTML/XML markup languages and elements of Java programmingLanguage to return dynamic content to the Web client, It is normally used to handle Presentation logic of a web application, although it mayhave business logic.Posted in Java | 4 CommentsJava interview questionsBy admin | April 18, 2004
  • 17. TECK INTERVIEWWhat is a class? A class is a blueprint, or prototype, that defines the variables and the methods common to all objects of a certain kind.Posted in Java | Leave a commentA hundred and more good Java interview questionsBy admin | April 5, 2004Folks at JavaCamp.org have this large collection of Java interview questions with answers.Posted in Java | 22 CommentsJava networking and algoritms interview questionsBy admin | December 13, 2003What is the protocol used by server and client ?Can I modify an object in CORBA ?What is the functionality stubs and skeletons ?Posted in Java | 11 CommentsLarge collection of Java interview questionsBy admin | December 13, 2003What is the difference between an Abstract class and Interface ?What is user defined exception ?What do you know about the garbage collector ?Posted in Java | 6 CommentsJava Swing interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 20031) Can a class be it‟s own event handler? Explain how to implement this.Answer: Sure. an example could be a class that extends Jbutton and implements ActionListener. In the actionPerformed method, put thecode to perform when the button is pressed.Posted in Java | 8 CommentsJava interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q1: What are the advantages of OOPL?Ans: Object oriented programming languages directly represent the real life objects. The features of OOPL as inhreitance, polymorphism,encapsulation makes it powerful.Posted in Java | 2 CommentsJava and Perl Web programming interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q1: How can we store the information returned from querying the database? and if it is too big, how does it affect the performance? In Javathe return information will be stored in the ResultSet object. Yes, if the ResultSet is getting big, it will slow down the process and theperformance as well. We [...]Posted in Java | 1 Comment
  • 18. TECK INTERVIEWategory Archives: Java Newer posts »Java software engineering interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Question 1: What is the three tier model? Answer: It is the presentation, logic, backendPosted in Java | 4 CommentsAds by GoogleSAP BASIS Training @ NIITBoost Up Your Career with SAP BASIS Enrol Before 30th Nov.Apply Online!NIIT.com/SAP-Basis-ModuleWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsNIIT Java ProgramJoin IT Diploma Program & Jump Start your IT Career Now. Apply!NIITEducation.com/99days/JavaJSP interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q: What are the most common techniques for reusing functionality in object-oriented systems? A: The two most common techniques forreusing functionality in object-oriented systems are class inheritance and object composition.Posted in Java | 1 CommentJava and networking interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003QUESTION: What is a JavaBean? (asked by Lifescan inc)ANSWER: JavaBeans are reusable software components written in the Java programming language, designed to be manipulated visually by asoftware develpoment environment, like JBuilder or VisualAge for Java. They are similar to Microsoft‟s ActiveX components, but designed tobe platform-neutral, running anywhere there is a Java [...]Posted in Java | Leave a commentAdvanced enterprise Java interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003
  • 19. TECK INTERVIEW1) What is the purpose of garbage collection in Java, and when is it used?The purpose of garbage collection is to identify and discard objects that are no longer needed by a program so that their resources can bereclaimed and reused. A Java object is subject to garbage collection when it becomes unreachable to [...]Posted in Java | Leave a commentAdvanced Java interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q:In Java, what is the difference between an Interface and an Abstract class?A: An Abstract class declares have at least one instance method that is declared abstract which will be implemented by the subclasses. Anabstract class can have instance methods that implement a default behavior. An Interface can only declare constants and instance methods,[...]Posted in Java | 8 CommentsJava Web programming interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Question1:What is a Servlet?Answer: Servlets are modules of Java code that run in a server application (hence the name "Servlets", similar to "Applets" on the client side)to answer client requests.Posted in Java | 3 CommentsBasic Java interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 20031. Why do you prefer Java?Answer: write once ,run anywhere.Posted in Java | 5 CommentsCategory Archives: Networking« Older postsLinux network administrator questionsBy admin | July 29, 2008A pretty funny story - someone was offered a test of basic Linux questions for a junior network administrator position, and figured out thatthe best way to impress the future employer with good answers is to post the list on UbuntuForums. Good idea, right? That‟s where all theLinux experts hang out. Unfortunately, that‟s [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 7 CommentsAds by GoogleCisco Networking ClassesGet Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Certification From ACIT.
  • 20. TECK INTERVIEWccie-courses.comWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsBe a Networking EngineerFor Hardware & Networking courses Join Aptech Networking todaywww.aptechnpower.comTopics for networking interviewBy admin | December 11, 2007These questions were sent in from IBM. They discuss various telecom and networking topics.OSPFDescribe OSPF in your own words.OSPF areas, the purpose of having each of themTypes of OSPF LSA, the purpose of each LSA typeWhat exact LSA type you can see in different areasHow OSPF establishes neighboor relation, what the stages areIf OSPF router [...]Posted in Networking | 1 CommentMore than 200 CCNA questionsBy admin | January 2, 2007As system administrator, you type “debug ipx sap” and receive the following lines as part of the IOS response: type 0×4, “HELLO2″,199.0002.0003.0006 (451), 2 hops type 0×4, “HELLO1″, 199.0002.0003.0008 (451), 2 hops What does “0×4″ signify?* That is a Get Nearest Server response.* That it is a General query.* That it [...]Posted in Networking | 7 CommentsNetworking questionsBy admin | August 13, 2006What is a default gateway? - The exit-point from one network and entry-way into another network, often the router of the network.How do you set a default route on an IOS Cisco router? - ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.x [where x.x.x.x represents the destination address]What is the difference between a domain local group and [...]Posted in Networking | 28 CommentsWindows sysadmin interview questionsBy admin | June 15, 2006What are the required components of Windows Server 2003 for installing Exchange 2003? - ASP.NET, SMTP, NNTP, W3SVCWhat must be done to an AD forest before Exchange can be deployed? - Setup /forestprep
  • 21. TECK INTERVIEWWhat Exchange process is responsible for communication with AD? - DSACCESSWhat 3 types of domain controller does Exchange access? - Normal Domain Controller, [...]Also posted in Windows | 19 CommentsWindows sysadmin interview questionsBy admin | March 29, 2006What is Active Directory schema?What are the domain functional level in Windows Server 2003?What are the forest functional level in Windows Server 2003?What is global catalog server?How we can raise domain functional & forest functional level in Windows Server 2003?Also posted in Windows | 61 CommentsGeneral Java Servlet questionsBy admin | November 10, 2005What is the servlet?What are the JSP atrributes?What is the need of super.init(config) in servlets?How to know whether we have to use jsp or servlet in our project?Can we call destroy() method on servlets from service method?What is the Servlet Interface?Also posted in Java | 39 CommentsNetwork developer interview questionsBy admin | October 26, 2005How does TCP handshake work?How does SSL handshake work?What is the difference between passive FTP and active FTP?What is the difference between socket and session?Posted in Networking | 6 CommentsSome PC and networking questionsBy admin | October 26, 2005Workers can not print from the printer, there user log on are correct and are allowed to print from that printer in active directory. How wouldyou resolve this issue?What is the difference between hub and switch?Your hard drive is partitioned as follows: 8 gigs for OS drive C, 8 gigs for Hot Swappable dirve [...]Also posted in General | 1 CommentNetwork engineer interview questionsBy admin | September 22, 2005User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do?What are some of the problems associated with operating a switched LAN?Name some of the ways of combining TCP/IP traffic and SNA traffic over the same link.
  • 22. TECK INTERVIEWWhat sort of cabling is suitable for Fast Ethernet protocols?What is a Class D IP address?Posted in Networking | 56 CommentsWindows Server and MS Exchange interview questionsBy admin | August 18, 2005What is DHCP? How we configure DHCP?What are the ways to configure DNS & Zones?What are the types of backup? Explain each?Also posted in Windows | 53 CommentsNetwork developer interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What ports does FTP traffic travel over?What ports does mail traffic utilize?What ports do HTTP and HTTPS use?Why is NTP required in an NFS network?Also posted in Unix/Linux, Web dev | 7 Comments« Older postsCategory Archives: Networking« Older posts Newer posts »Security interview questions for network adminBy admin | July 26, 2005What is a firewall?Describe, genrally, how to manage a firewallWhat is a Denial of Service attack?What is a “spoofed” packet?Posted in Networking | 19 CommentsAds by GoogleJava DeveloperWeb, J2EE & .Net Experts Required. Join Us, Make the World Work Betterwww.IBM.com/Developer-JobsLatest Wipro VacanciesSubmit Resume Now & Get Access to 1000s of Latest Wipro Vacancieswww.Shine.com/Wipro_Jobs
  • 23. TECK INTERVIEWJobs in C I S C OExp: 1-13 Yrs.Sal : 4L to 15 L PA Register & Get Multiple InterviewsTimesJobs.com/Upload_ResumeCisco-specific network engineer questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is a wildcard mask, and how is it different from a netmask?How do you configure a Cisco switch or router? What are the steps needed?How would I place an interface into trunking mode?Posted in Networking | 11 CommentsNetwork administrator interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is the difference between layer 2 and layer 3 in the OSI model?What is the difference between a hub, switch, and router?What is a VLAN?What is the difference between TCP and UDP?Also posted in Unix/Linux | 50 CommentsNetwork engineer interview questionsBy admin | July 6, 2005OSPFDescribe OSPF in your own words.OSPF areas, the purpose of having each of themTypes of OSPF LSA, the purpose of each LSA typeWhat exact LSA type you can see in different areasPosted in Networking | Leave a commentSolaris interview questionsBy admin | April 24, 2005List the files in current directory sorted by size ? - ls -l | grep ^- | sort -nrList the hidden files in current directory ? - ls -a1 | grep "^."Delete blank lines in a file ? - cat sample.txt | grep -v „^$‟ > new_sample.txtSearch for a sample string in particular files [...]Also posted in General, Unix/Linux | 15 CommentsBluetooth interview questionsBy admin | January 30, 2005Used for a written exam by a company in India.Why is Bluetooth called a cable replacement technology? - Bluetooth technology allows the creation of Personal Area Networks withoutcables or wires that are usual in home networks.Give a generic description of Bluetooth? - Bluetooth is a low-cost, short-range (RF) links between mobile PCs, mobile phones [...]
  • 24. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in Hardware | 9 CommentsJava Web development interview questionsBy admin | October 12, 2004Can we use the constructor, instead of init(), to initialize servlet? - Yes , of course you can use the constructor instead of init(). There‟snothing to stop you. But you shouldn‟t. The original reason for init() was that ancient versions of Java couldn‟t dynamically invokeconstructors with arguments, so there was no [...]Also posted in Database, Java | 16 CommentsCore Java interview questionsBy admin | October 9, 2004Can there be an abstract class with no abstract methods in it? - YesCan an Interface be final? - NoCan an Interface have an inner class? - Yes.Also posted in Java | 39 CommentsJava interview questions and answersBy admin | October 9, 2004What is garbage collection? What is the process that is responsible for doing that in java? - Reclaiming the unused memory by the invalidobjects. Garbage collector is responsible for this processWhat kind of thread is the Garbage collector thread? - It is a daemon thread.Also posted in Java | 23 CommentsJ2EE EJB interview questionsBy admin | October 5, 2004What is the relationship between local interfaces and container-managed relationships? - Entity beans that have container-managedrelationships with other entity beans, must be accessed in the same local scope as those related beans, and therefore typically provide a localclient view. In order to be the target of a container-managed relationship, an entity bean with [...]Also posted in Java | 7 CommentsCommon JSP interview questionsBy admin | September 23, 2004What are the implicit objects? - Implicit objects are objects that are created by the web container and contain information related to aparticular request, page, or application. They are: request, response, pageContext, session, application, out, config, page, exception.Is JSP technology extensible? - Yes. JSP technology is extensible through the development of custom actions, or [...]Also posted in Java | 9 CommentsInterview questions for network engineerBy admin | September 3, 2004Describe the OSI model.What is the difference between a repeater, bridge, router? Relate this to the OSI model.Posted in Networking | 23 Comments
  • 25. TECK INTERVIEW« Older postsCategory Archives: Networking Newer posts »Windows admin interview questionsBy admin | September 3, 2004Describe how the DHCP lease is obtained. It‟s a four-step process consisting of (a) IP request, (b) IP offer, © IP selection and (d)acknowledgement.Also posted in Windows | 8 CommentsAds by GoogleLatest Wipro VacanciesSubmit Resume Now & Get Access to 1000s of Latest Wipro Vacancieswww.Shine.com/Wipro_JobsCisco Networking ClassesGet Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Certification From ACIT.ccie-bootcamps.comWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsNetwork engineer/architect interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Explain how traceroute, ping, and tcpdump work and what they are used for?Describe a case where you have used these tools to troubleshoot.Posted in Networking | 5 CommentsWireless engineer interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004A recruiter from Atlanta submitted this set of questions for interviewing at a wireless equipment company.Describe your home WLAN setup.(Pay attention to candidate‟s confidence. Plus if the candidate built it himself. Plus if the network is securedadditionally, regardless of the protocols used. Plus if the candidate fought poor coverage.)Posted in Networking | 6 CommentsCCNA/Cisco admin interview questionsBy admin | February 5, 2004
  • 26. TECK INTERVIEWYou need to retrieve a file from the file server for your word processing application, which layer of the OSI model is responsible for thisfunction?Presentation layerApplication layerSession layerTransport layerDatalink layerPosted in Networking | 12 CommentsNetworking and protocols interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q: What are the seven layers of the OSI model?A: The layers are physical, data link, network, transport, session, presentation, and application layers.Posted in Networking | 6 CommentsNetworking interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q1. Name of seven layers in Open System Interconnection model.A. They are Application, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, Data link, and Physical.Posted in Networking | 2 CommentsNetwork programming interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Question 1: How does the race condition occur?It occurs when two or more processes are reading or writing some shared data and the final result depends on who runs precisely when.Posted in Networking | 8 CommentsNetworking and Unix interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003What is UTP?UTP — Unshielded twisted pair 10BASE-T is the preferred Ethernet medium of the 90s. It is based on a star topology and provides a numberof advantages over coaxial media:It uses inexpensive, readily available copper phone wire. UTP wire is much easier to install and debug than coax. UTP uses RG-45 [...]Posted in Networking | 3 Commentsategory Archives: SAP ABAP25 SAP ABAP interview questions with no answersBy admin | February 26, 2007
  • 27. TECK INTERVIEWWhat are the various compoents of SAP XI?Define Integaration Builder.What is Software Component Version.Explain IR and ID.What is data type, message type, Message Interface, etc.What is context handling?Also posted in Database, General | 6 CommentsAds by GoogleMicrosoft Dynamics ERPMicrosoft Dynamics ERP & CRM Ahmedabad. Delhi. Mumbaiwww.corporateserve.com/DynamicsERPSAP Certification @ NIITEnrol in 4 weeks SAP Program. Build yourself a better Career.NIIT.com/SAPeducationSAP Courses & CollegesFind Top SAP Institutes in India. Get Info on Courses,Admision,Fees.www.Shiksha.com/SAP-CoursesSAP ABAP frequent questions cheatsheetBy admin | August 11, 2006How do you call SAP script in reports & reports in SAP script?What is different between SAP script & reports?What is stack?What is the defination of ALE RFC?Why is BAPI required? How about BDC?What happens if I use control break statement in between select & endselect?What is lock ObjectAlso posted in Database, General | 7 CommentsSAP/ABAP interview questionsBy admin | July 18, 2005Type of table?Events of module pool?Events of interactive report?Also posted in Database, General, Java | 10 CommentsSimple SAP ABAP questionsBy admin | May 31, 2005What is the diffrence between watchpoint and breakpoint?How many watchpoints and breakpoints can be used in each program?Types of watchpoints and breakpoints?
  • 28. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in General | 22 CommentsABAP interview questions and answersBy admin | May 2, 2005Thanks to the reader who sent in this question set:What is an ABAP data dictionary?- ABAP 4 data dictionary describes the logical structures of the objects used in application development andshows how they are mapped to the underlying relational database in tables/views.What are domains and data element?- Domains:Domain is the central object for describing [...]Also posted in General, Java | 58 CommentsSAP Interview Questions and AnswersBy admin | April 9, 2005What is ERP? - ERP is a package with the techniques and concepts for the integrated management of business as a whole, for effective use ofmanagement resources, to improve the efficiency of an enterprise. Initially, ERP was targeted for manufacturing industry mainly for planningand managing core business like production and financial market. As [...]Also posted in General | 27 CommentsCategory Archives: Testing« Older postsWinRunner question encyclopedia with answersBy admin | July 1, 2008176 questions, so warm up that fireplace.Explain WinRunner testing process? - a) WinRunner testing process involves six main stagesi.Create GUI Map File so that WinRunner can recognize the GUI objects in the application being testedii.Create test scripts by recording, programming, or a combination of both. While recording tests, insert checkpoints where you want to check[...]Posted in Testing | Leave a commentAds by GoogleSoftware TestingExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsSAP Certification at NIITLeading Provider of SAP Training In Asia. Enrol in 4 weeks SAP Program!NIIT.com/SAPHydrostatic Testing Units
  • 29. TECK INTERVIEWIndustrial hydrostatic pipe & tubing testing unitswww.gardnerdenverproducts.com71 basic SQA / testing interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2007What is the Difference between Project and Product testing? What difference you have observed while testing the Clint/Server applicationand web server applicationWhat are the differences between interface and integration testing? Are system specification and functional specification the same? What arethe differences between system and functional testing?What is Multi Unit testing?What are the different [...]Posted in Testing | 11 CommentsQTP interview questions and answersBy admin | October 19, 2006What are the Features & Benefits of Quick Test Pro (QTP 8.0)? - Operates stand-alone, or integrated into Mercury Business Process Testingand Mercury Quality Center. Introduces next-generation zero-configuration Keyword Driven testing technology in Quick Test Professional8.0 allowing for fast test creation, easier maintenance, and more powerful data-driving capability. Identifies objects with Unique [...]Posted in Testing | 74 CommentsLoad testing interview questionsBy admin | June 5, 2006What criteria would you use to select Web transactions for load testing?Why are virtual users created?Why is it recommended to add verification checks to your all your scenarios?What‟s the scenario, where you would want to parameterize a text verification check?Why do you need to parameterize fields in your virtual user script?What are the cases why [...]Posted in Testing | 7 CommentsSQA and testing frequently asked definitionsBy admin | March 24, 2006Black box testingnot based on any knowledge of internal design or code. Tests are based on requirements and functionality.White box testingbased on knowledge of the internal logic of an application‟s code. Tests are based on coverage of code statements, branches, paths,conditions.Unit testingthe most „micro‟ scale of testing; to test particular functions or code modules. [...]Posted in Testing | 44 CommentsLoadRunner interview questionsBy admin | May 2, 2005
  • 30. TECK INTERVIEWWhat is load testing? - Load testing is to test that if the application works fine with the loads that result from large number of simultaneoususers, transactions and to determine weather it can handle peak usage periods.What is Performance testing? - Timing for both read and update transactions should be gathered to determine whether [...]Also posted in Windows | 87 CommentsInterview questions on WinRunnerBy admin | April 23, 2005How you used WinRunner in your project? - Yes, I have been using WinRunner for creating automated scripts for GUI, functional andregression testing of the AUT.Explain WinRunner testing process? - WinRunner testing process involves six main stagesCreate GUI Map File so that WinRunner can recognize the GUI objects in the application being testedCreate test [...]Also posted in Windows | 76 CommentsWinRunner interview questions and answersBy admin | April 17, 2005Describe the process of planning a test in WinRunner?How do you record a new script? Can you e-mail a WinRunner script? How can a person run a previously saved WinRunner script?How can you synchronize WinRunner scripts?What is a GUI map? How does it work?How can you verify application behavior?Also posted in Windows | 59 CommentsWeb tester interview questionsBy admin | December 9, 2004An Indian outfit, specializing in Web application testing, uses this set of questions for incoming testers.Define load, performance and stress testing?What are the goals of a performance testing of a web application?State a generalized process for load test? Or explain how you did it previously.Posted in Testing | 20 CommentsSQA interview questionsBy admin | September 20, 2004Readers are welcome to post the answers to the following SQA interview questions. Leave your name for your answer to be published withcredit given to you. The questions belong to Alex Samourin, please visit his Xtreme testing page for a complete set.What is software quality assurance?What is the value of a testing group? How [...]Posted in Testing | 51 CommentsQA engineer interview questionsBy admin | September 3, 2004The readers are welcome to submit the answers or links with appropriate answers.
  • 31. TECK INTERVIEWWhy did you ever become involved in QA/testing?Wha is the difference between QA and testing?QA Engineer questions were collected and published by Alex Samourin. Please visit his Xtreme testing page for much more.Posted in Testing | 9 CommentsOne hundred and twelve SQA interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004The questions for QA were collected by Alex Samourin.What types of documents would you need for QA, QC, and Testing?What did you include in a test plan?Posted in Testing | 35 Comments« Older postsCategory Archives: Testing Newer posts »Load testing SQA interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004What criteria would you use to select Web transactions for load testing?For what purpose are virtual users created?Also posted in Database | 10 CommentsAds by GoogleManganese Water TestImprove Your Equipment Productivity With Accurate Analysis. More Info!Hach.com/Manganese_TestSoftware TestingExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsH1B Jobs in the USPost resume & connect with employer in 30 seconds! 25,000+ Job OpeningsCorp-Corp.com/H1B_Visa_JobsTest automation interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004
  • 32. TECK INTERVIEWWhat automating testing tools are you familiar with?How did you use automating testing tools in your job?Posted in Testing | 26 CommentsMicrosoft software development engineer in test (SDET)interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Chris Sells writes about the set of tester questions his friend got when being interviewed for Software Development Engineer in Test positionat Microsoft Corp.How would you deal with changes being made a week or so before the ship date?How would you deal with a bug that no one wants to fix? Both the SDE [...]Also posted in Windows | 13 CommentsSoftware tester (SQA) interview questionsBy admin | May 28, 2004These questions are used for software tester or SQA (Software Quality Assurance) positions. Refer to The Real World of Software Testing formore information in the field.The top management was feeling that when there are any changes in the technology being used, development schedules etc, it was a waste oftime to update the Test [...]Posted in Testing | 4 CommentsCategory Archives: Unix/Linux« Older postsBasic sed tricksBy admin | January 12, 2009What is sed? - sed is stream editor, a Unix tool for working with streams of text data. See the awful truth about sed.How do you substitute strings with sed? - Use ‟s/old/new‟ command, so sed ‟s/hello/goodbye/‟ would substitute the occurrence of the wordhello to goodbye.How do you inject text with sed? - & [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | Leave a commentAds by GoogleJava Job In PuneExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsVirtual Server Rs.2100/-
  • 33. TECK INTERVIEWcPanel/ Plesk with Full Root Access @ 99.95 Uptime SLA. Check OffersCtrls.com/VPS-Hosting-Servers-IndiaBe The Girl In A Tank TopBuy Funky Tank Tops By Inkfruit & Start A Trend! Easy Return Policy.www.inkfruit.com/tanktopsLinux network administrator questionsBy admin | July 29, 2008A pretty funny story - someone was offered a test of basic Linux questions for a junior network administrator position, and figured out thatthe best way to impress the future employer with good answers is to post the list on UbuntuForums. Good idea, right? That‟s where all theLinux experts hang out. Unfortunately, that‟s [...]Also posted in Networking | 7 CommentsLinux command line Q&ABy admin | July 15, 2008You need to see the last fifteen lines of the files dog, cat and horse. What command should you use? tail -15 dog cat horse The tail utilitydisplays the end of a file. The -15 tells tail to display the last [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | 2 CommentsUnix admin questionsBy admin | June 29, 2008How do you list the files in an UNIX directory while also showing hidden files?How do you execute a UNIX command in the background?What UNIX command will control the default file permissions when files are created?Explain the read, write, and execute permissions on a UNIX directory.What is the difference between a soft link and a [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | 12 CommentsHiring an IT guy - questions to askBy admin | June 26, 2008This is an aggregated list of questions discussed for hiring an IT guy for your organization at SpiceWorks community forum. Check out theirdiscussion, and description of what question are good and which ones are not that good.What port does telnet use?What is SMTP?How would you troubleshoot a printer?How does traceroute work?Walk me through everything [...]Also posted in General, Windows | 11 CommentsSysadmin sample interview questionsBy admin | June 12, 2008
  • 34. TECK INTERVIEWWhy was it that you left the last job that you were at?What do you think your top 3 strengths are?What is most important to you in a job?Major difference between FAT and NTFS on a local machine?How many passwords by default are remembered in an active directory?What is a C name record (in DNS)?What [...]Also posted in Windows | 2 CommentsLinux application programming questionsBy admin | November 2, 2007Explain the difference between a static library and a dynamic library? - Static library is linked into the executable, while a dynamic library (orshared object) is loaded while the executable has started.How do you create a static library? - If you have a collection of object (.o) files, you can do it by running [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | Leave a commentPerl self-test questionsBy admin | August 23, 2007Dr. Dobb‟s Journal in its Linux and open source section is running an article by Emmett Dulaney with 50 Perl questions and answers. Thefocus is mainly on the knowledge of the language itself with questions like:- What is the simplest type of data that Perl can work with?- Which operator can be [...]Also posted in Web dev | 8 CommentsBasic shell scripting questionsBy admin | July 22, 2007How do you find out what‟s your shell? - echo $SHELLWhat‟s the command to find out today‟s date? - dateWhat‟s the command to find out users on the system? - whoHow do you find out the current directory you‟re in? - pwdHow do you remove a file? - rmHow do you remove aPosted in Unix/Linux | 9 CommentsMySQL management interview questionsBy admin | June 29, 2007How do you show the currently running queries? - SHOW FULL PROCESSLIST;How do you kill a MySQL query? - See the ID of it from the question above, then KILL id. You can separate multiple IDs by space.I need to find out how many client connections were aborted by MySQL server. - It‟s displayed in [...]Also posted in Database | Leave a commentInterview questions for a sysadminBy admin | November 21, 2006Siddharth sent in questions he got for sysadmin interview:
  • 35. TECK INTERVIEWDifference between layer 2 and layer 3 devices?What is VLAN?What is the subnet for a class C network?Are you familiar with automounter?Have you configured an NIS server/client?Have your configured a NFS server?Windows and Linux interoperability how to?What is RAID 1?Also posted in General | 6 CommentsSimple FreeBSD questionsBy admin | August 26, 2006Test the basic knowledge of FreeBSD.What‟s in the file /etc/ttys? - Configuration for virtual consoles for the startup. By default FreeBSD has 8 virtual consoles.You‟re told that the permissions of a file are 645. Quick, how do you calculate what it means? - The permissions value are always 4 for read, 2for write, 1 [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | Leave a comment« Older postsategory Archives: Unix/Linux« Older posts Newer posts »Apache interview questions and answersBy admin | August 25, 2006On a fresh install, why does Apache have three config files - srm.conf, access.conf and httpd.conf? - The first two are remnants from theNCSA times, and generally you should be ok if you delete the first two, and stick with httpd.conf.What‟s the command to stop Apache? - kill the specific process that httpd is [...]Also posted in Web dev | 7 CommentsAds by GoogleNew Software Jobs at IBMExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsHCL is HiringJobs Listed on Site Submit your Resume Free. NowMonsterIndia.com
  • 36. TECK INTERVIEWSAP Certification at NIITLeading Provider of SAP Training In Asia. Enrol in 4 weeks SAP Program!NIIT.com/SAPTopics for a Unix sysadmin interviewBy admin | May 23, 2006Job Scheduling; mainly crontab, at, batch commandBackup stetegy; incremental, full system back up; diff between tar & ufsdumpdiff between hard link & softlinkHow to list only the directories inside a directory (Ans. ls -l|grep "^d")RAID levels; pros & cons of diffrent levels; what is RAID 1+0Posted in Unix/Linux | 12 CommentsOracle on Linux/Unix questionsBy admin | April 7, 2006How many memory layers are in the shared pool?How do you find out from the RMAN catalog if a particular archive log has been backed-up?How can you tell how much space is left on a given file system and how much space each of the file system‟s subdirectories take-up?Define the SGA and how you would [...]Also posted in Database | 38 CommentsPHP interview questions and answersBy admin | December 12, 2005What does a special set of tags <?= and ?> do in PHP? - The output is displayed directly to the browser.What‟s the difference between include and require? - It‟s how they handle failures. If the file is not found by require(), it will cause a fatalerror and halt the execution of the script. [...]Also posted in Web dev | 20 CommentsOS interview questionsBy admin | September 22, 2005What is MUTEX ?What isthe difference between a „thread‟ and a „process‟?What is INODE?Explain the working of Virtual Memory.How does Windows NT supports Multitasking?Also posted in General, Windows | 36 CommentsSysadmin interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is a level 0 backup?What is an incremental backup?What steps are required to perform a bare-metal recovery?Name key files or directories on a UNIX system that should always be backed up.Name key files or directories on a Windows system that should always be backed up.
  • 37. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in Windows | 19 CommentsNetwork developer interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What ports does FTP traffic travel over?What ports does mail traffic utilize?What ports do HTTP and HTTPS use?Why is NTP required in an NFS network?Also posted in Networking, Web dev | 7 CommentsMySQL and general database interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is MySQL?What is Postgres?What are the basic steps in setting up an Oracle system?What is a stored procedure, and which databases support it?What is RMAN?Also posted in Database | 9 CommentsNetwork administrator interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is the difference between layer 2 and layer 3 in the OSI model?What is the difference between a hub, switch, and router?What is a VLAN?What is the difference between TCP and UDP?Also posted in Networking | 50 CommentsSolaris interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What does the pkgadd command do?How do you create a solaris package?How do you view shared memory statistics?How do you get system diagnostics information?Also posted in General | 26 CommentsGeneral UNIX interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What are the main differences between Apache 1.x and 2.x?What does the “route” command do?What are the read/write/execute bits on a directory mean?What does iostat do?Posted in Unix/Linux | 20 CommentsInterview questions for Web developer positionBy admin | June 9, 2005
  • 38. TECK INTERVIEWWhat‟s the difference between primary key and unique key?The Perl script on the site is working slow. What‟s your plan of attack?Name several reasons why a Web site would not work entirely.Also posted in Web dev | 18 Comments« Older postsCategory Archives: Unix/Linux Newer posts »Solaris interview questionsBy admin | April 24, 2005List the files in current directory sorted by size ? - ls -l | grep ^- | sort -nrList the hidden files in current directory ? - ls -a1 | grep "^."Delete blank lines in a file ? - cat sample.txt | grep -v „^$‟ > new_sample.txtSearch for a sample string in particular files [...]Also posted in General, Networking | 15 CommentsAds by GoogleIBM Unix VacanciesIBM Hiring Urgently. Join Us & Build A Successful Career Now!www.ibm.com/in/en_AppOnDemandRed Hat Linux TrainingRHCE, RHCSS Training & Exam Best Red Hat training in Hyderabadwww.cossindia.netLinux Engineer in 3month?Aptech makes it possible Join Aptech Networking todaywww.AptechNpower.comPerl interview questions and answersBy admin | March 11, 2005What arguments do you frequently use for the Perl interpreter and what do they mean?What does the command „use strict‟ do and why should you use it?What do the symbols $ @ and % mean when prefixing a variable?What elements of the Perl language could you use to structure your code to allow for maximum [...]Also posted in Web dev | 20 Comments
  • 39. TECK INTERVIEWLinux admin interview questionsBy admin | March 4, 2005How do you take a single line of input from the user in a shell script?Write a script to convert all DOS style backslashes to UNIX style slashes in a list of files.Write a regular expression (or sed script) to replace all occurrences of the letter „f‟, followed by any number of characters, followed by [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | 18 CommentsOperating system questionsBy admin | January 17, 2005What are the basic functions of an operating system? - Operating system controls and coordinates the use of the hardware among the variousapplications programs for various uses. Operating system acts as resource allocator and manager. Since there are many possibly conflictingrequests for resources the operating system must decide which requests are allocated resources [...]Also posted in Hardware, Windows | 9 CommentsInterview questions for Linux adminBy admin | September 1, 2004Advantages/disadvantages of script vs compiled program.Name a replacement for PHP/Perl/MySQL/Linux/Apache and show main differences.Also posted in Database | 2 CommentsLinux admin interview questionsBy admin | May 30, 2004How do you list the files in an UNIX directory while also showing hidden files? ls -ltraHow do you execute a UNIX command in the background? Use the “&”.Also posted in Database | 7 CommentsUnix sysadmin interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Q: How would you make the following SQL statement run faster? SELECT * FROM TABLEA WHERE COL1=‟A‟ AND COL2=‟B‟; A: Makesure that COL1 and COL2 have indexes.Find out which condition will return less values and use that as the first conditonal.Posted in Unix/Linux | 5 CommentsUnix/Linux programming interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Question 1: What is the major advantage of a hash table? (Asked by Silicon Magic Corp. people)Answer: The major advantage of a hash table is its speed. Because the hash function is to take a range of key values and transform them intoindex values in such a way that the key values are [...]Posted in Unix/Linux | 5 CommentsUnix/Linux administration interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003
  • 40. TECK INTERVIEWWhat is LILO?LILO stands for Linux boot loader. It will load the MBR, master boot record, into the memory, and tell the system which partition and harddrive to boot from.Posted in Unix/Linux | 6 CommentsCategory Archives: VB« Older postsEDS Visual Basic and SQL Server interview questionsBy admin | January 4, 2007What is the difference between modal and modaless form in VB?Why we need a MDI form? How can we make a form as a mdichild form?Specify technical & functional architecture of your last 2 projects.What are the objects in ADODB?What are different types of cursors in ADODB?What are different types of locks in ADODB?What is [...]Also posted in Database, Windows | 25 CommentsAds by GoogleAre You a Fresher?Join Placement Oriented 4 Month IT Course Designed for Fresh GradsNIIT.com/IT-TrainingSQL DownloadNewest SQL Server Security Software Database Firewall - Download Now !Download.GreenSQL.com/free-trial.phpWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsActive Server Pages interview questionsBy admin | May 31, 2006How do you create a recordset object in VBScript?What is Querystring collection? - It allows you to extract data sent to the server using a GET request.Explain the difference between POST and GET Method. - GET requests are string data that is visible to the end user via the URL and a limitof [...]
  • 41. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in .NET, Web dev, Windows | 22 CommentsMS SQL Server developer interviewBy admin | April 30, 2006Which of the following has the highest order of precedence?Functions and ParenthesisMultiplication, Division and ExponentsAddition and SubtractionLogical OperationsWhen designing a database table, how do you avoid missing column values for non-primary key columns?Use UNIQUE constraintsUse PRIMARY KEY constraintsUse DEFAULT and NOT NULL constraintsUse FOREIGN KEY constraintsUse SET constraintsAlso posted in Database | 23 CommentsVB interview questionsBy admin | April 30, 2006You are creating a client application that calls ActiveX DLLs. Which of the following properties of the Err object provides the name of acomponent that sends an error back to the client application?NumberDescriptionCompNameComponentSourceTextDescNone of the aboveIf the Cancel Error Property of the CommonDialog Box is set to true then which of the following statement [...]Posted in VB | 34 CommentsVB interview questions and answersBy admin | April 8, 2006What is the method for returning more than one values from a function in VB?What is early-binding and late-binding? Does ASP support early-binding?Difference between T-SQL and PL/SQL?How can a COM object be modified in VB?What is Byval and ByRef in VB? And how does it work?Have you used inner join? How does it work? What [...]Also posted in Web dev, Windows | 5 CommentsASP interview questionsBy admin | December 27, 2005
  • 42. TECK INTERVIEWWhat is wrong with Request.ServerVariables(”HTTP_REFERER”)?Why do I get 80020003 errors?How do I perform a Whois / DNS lookup from ASP?Why can‟t I turn buffering off using Response.Buffer?Also posted in Web dev | 6 CommentsQuestions to ask VB programmerBy admin | September 22, 20053 main differences between flexgrid control and dbgrid controlActiveX and Types of ActiveX Components in VBAdvantage of ActiveX Dll over Active ExeAdvantages of disconnected recordsetsBenefit of wrapping database calls into MTS transactionsBenefits of using MTSPosted in VB | 23 CommentsSome VB interview questionsBy admin | July 18, 2005Reader submission.How do you represent your menu description in the status Bbr of your MDI? So that when I move the mouse over menu option, thedescription is shown in appropriate status bar?How would you make a program which scans a bar code and perform action depending on the bar code value?What is the difference [...]Posted in VB | 7 CommentsVisual Basic interview questionsBy admin | April 15, 2005How do you center a form?Can I send keystrokes to a DOS application?Convert an RGB value to a long, or a long to RGB.Implement smooth scrolling for either text, graphics or controls across a form.Implement some quick and easy encryption (can be something primitive).4 different types of sorts: advantages and disadvantages.Compute [...]Posted in VB | 65 CommentsOpen-ended .NET questionsBy admin | March 8, 2005A reader sent in the list of open-ended .NET interview questions.What is the difference between VB 6 and VB.NET?What are the authentication methods in .NET?What‟s the use of formatters in .NET?What is Serialization in .NET?How is Threading done in .NET?
  • 43. TECK INTERVIEWDifferences between Namespace, Class, Assembly?What‟s the use of System.Diagnostics.Process class?Also posted in .NET | 38 CommentsBasic VB interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004A reader sent these in noting that these questions were used in his company for interviewing prospective VB programmers.How do you center a form?Can I send keystrokes to a DOS application?Posted in VB | 71 CommentsASP, ADO and IIS interview questionsBy admin | May 26, 2004This came in the mail from the reader who recently went through a job interview process. He didn‟t mention the company name.Why do you use Option Explicit?What are the commonly used data types in VBScript?Also posted in Windows | 27 CommentsCategory Archives: VB Newer posts »COM interview questionsBy admin | May 25, 2004What is IUnknown? What methods are provided by IUnknown? It is a generally good idea to have an answer for this question if you claimyou know COM in your resume. Otherwise, you may consider your interview failed at this point. IUnknown is the base interface of COM. Allother interfaces must derive directly or [...]Also posted in C++, Windows | 6 CommentsAds by GoogleSQL DownloadSecurity, Caching, Auditing&Masking Real-time Protection, Try Now!Download.GreenSQL.com/free-trial.phpAsp NetWeb, J2EE & .Net Experts Required. Join Us, Make the World Work Betterwww.IBM.com/Developer-JobsHTML5 devs at SlideShare
  • 44. TECK INTERVIEWJavascript / HTML5 hacker? Want to build a global product? Apply Now!www.slideshare.netVB 6, COM, DCOM, Microsoft platform interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 20033 main differences between flexgrid control and dbgrid controlActiveX and Types of ActiveX Components in VBPosted in VB | 14 CommentsVisual BasicBy admin | December 7, 2003How do you register a component? Expected answer: Compiling the component, running REGSVR32 MyDLL.dllPosted in VB | 36 ComCategory Archives: Web dev« Older postsYahoo! PHP interview questions and answersBy admin | June 11, 2008Nick Halstead on his blog posts a list of interview questions from Yahoo! that a friend of his supplied, apparently free of NDA. Yahoo! is astrong PHP shop, with a few big names like Rasmus Lerdorf leading PHP development there.A few questions on PHP functions, and “what does this code do?” type of [...]Posted in Web dev | Leave a commentAds by GoogleJava DeveloperWeb, J2EE & .Net Experts Required. Join Us, Make the World Work Betterwww.IBM.com/Developer-JobsLoad Cells, Force GageForce and Pressure Measurement Compression and Tension Systems
  • 45. TECK INTERVIEWwww.CooperInstruments.comGenerators RentalRent for Quality Diesel Industrial Generator, Free quotation instantlyYellowPages.Sulekha.Com/Bangalore10 questions on MySQL speed-up and optimizationsBy admin | December 29, 2007Jay Pipes, author of Pro MySQL, on his blog posts 10 questions and answers dealing with MySQL speed optimizations.Which will be faster out of these two queries - one with OR or one with IN?Where does MyISAM cache table records?Which will be faster out of queries with explicit INNER JOIN and implicit one?Is InnoDB faster/better [...]Also posted in Database | 1 CommentSearch engine marketer questionsBy admin | December 28, 2007Some would say that a position of a search engine marketer or optimizer is not a very technical one. True, compared to Linux kernel hacker,the technical knowledge required for entering SEO field seems simpler, but when the site is built and serving pages, you‟re very likely to haveSEO go over the site structure [...]Also posted in General | Leave a commentPython interview questions and answersBy admin | October 31, 2007comp.lang.python group recently had a discussion on which interview questions to ask a candidate, with Tim Chase suggesting the followinglist (redacted from original to include just Python-related material). As you can see, some generic programming questions and some processquestions made the list:Do they know a tuple/list/dict when they see it?When to use list [...]Posted in Web dev | 3 CommentsPerl self-test questionsBy admin | August 23, 2007Dr. Dobb‟s Journal in its Linux and open source section is running an article by Emmett Dulaney with 50 Perl questions and answers. Thefocus is mainly on the knowledge of the language itself with questions like:- What is the simplest type of data that Perl can work with?- Which operator can be [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 8 CommentsGiant list of XML interview questionsBy admin | January 18, 2007
  • 46. TECK INTERVIEW1. What is XML?XML is the Extensible Markup Language. It improves the functionalityof the Web by letting you identify your information in a more accurate,flexible, and adaptable way. It is extensible because it is nota fixed format like HTML (which is a single, predefined markup language).Instead, XML is actually a meta languageâ€―a language for [...]Also posted in General | Leave a comment50 JavaScript & AJAX interview questionsBy admin | January 10, 20071. Why so JavaScript and Java have similar name?A. JavaScript is a stripped-down version of JavaB. JavaScripts syntax is loosely based on JavasC. They both originated on the island of JavaD. None of the above2. When a user views a page containing a JavaScript program, which machine actually executes the script?A. The [...]Posted in Web dev | 1 Comment54 ASP and ASP.NET questionsBy admin | December 21, 2006Explain the life cycle of an ASP .NET page.Explain the .NET architecture.What are object-oriented concepts?How do you create multiple inheritance in c# and .NET?When is web.config called?Also posted in .NET | 57 CommentsApache interview questions and answersBy admin | August 25, 2006On a fresh install, why does Apache have three config files - srm.conf, access.conf and httpd.conf? - The first two are remnants from theNCSA times, and generally you should be ok if you delete the first two, and stick with httpd.conf.What‟s the command to stop Apache? - kill the specific process that httpd is [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 7 CommentsWeb architect interview questionsBy admin | July 24, 2006What is frame level testing and how do we test it?Write test case for a search engine?How do you test the URL of a Web-based application?What is Web architecture that are followed while doing online project and tell the samples of architecture?I how to test Web application in which the value is changing dynamic every [...]Posted in Web dev | 2 Comments
  • 47. TECK INTERVIEWActive Server Pages interview questionsBy admin | May 31, 2006How do you create a recordset object in VBScript?What is Querystring collection? - It allows you to extract data sent to the server using a GET request.Explain the difference between POST and GET Method. - GET requests are string data that is visible to the end user via the URL and a limitof [...]Also posted in .NET, VB, Windows | 22 CommentsJavaScript interview questions and answersBy admin | May 28, 2006What‟s relationship between JavaScript and ECMAScript? - ECMAScript is yet another name for JavaScript (other names include LiveScript).The current JavaScript that you see supported in browsers is ECMAScript revision 3.What are JavaScript types? - Number, String, Boolean, Function, Object, Null, Undefined.How do you convert numbers between different bases in JavaScript? - Use the parseInt() [...]Posted in Web dev | 10 CommentsCategory Archives: Web dev« Older posts Newer posts »VB interview questions and answersBy admin | April 8, 2006What is the method for returning more than one values from a function in VB?What is early-binding and late-binding? Does ASP support early-binding?Difference between T-SQL and PL/SQL?How can a COM object be modified in VB?What is Byval and ByRef in VB? And how does it work?Have you used inner join? How does it work? What [...]Also posted in VB, Windows | 5 CommentsAds by GoogleAre You a Fresher?Join Placement Oriented 4 Month IT Course Designed for Fresh GradsNIIT.com/IT-TrainingWipro is Hiring FreshersGet Handsome Package for Your First Job. Submit & Apply to WiproMonsterIndia.com/Wipro-JobsRed Hat Linux Training
  • 48. TECK INTERVIEWRHCE, RHCSS Training & Exam Best Red Hat training in Hyderabadwww.cossindia.net.NET WebDev interview questions - Part 3By admin | February 4, 2006State True or False: If you set AutoGenerateColumns=True and still provide custom column definitions, the DataGrid will render bothTrueFalseThe data from an XSL Transform with XmlReader can be returned in one of the following waysobjReader = objXslT.Transform(objNav, nothing)objXslT.Transform(objNav, nothing)objReader = objXslT.Transform(objNav, nothing,objWriter)objXslT.Transform(objNav, nothing, objWriter)Pick the command line that would result in the C# compiler [...]Also posted in .NET | 72 Comments.NET WebDev interview questions - Part 2By admin | February 3, 2006A structure in C# can be derived from one or moreclassinterfacebothnoneState True or False: Static method cannot be overriddenTrueFalseThe Equivalent HTML Control for the <input type=”button”> tag isHtmlInputHtmlButtonHtmlPushButtonHtmlInputButtonThe Equivalent Html Control for the <input type=”checkbox”> tag isHtmlCheckBoxHtmlInputChkBoxHtmlInputCheckBoxHtmlInputTypeChkBoxAlso posted in .NET | 67 Comments.NET WebDev interview questions - Part 1By admin | February 2, 2006Which of the following languages is NOT included in the default .NET Framework installation?C#VB.NETJScript.NETVBScript.NETWhat are the different types of serialization supported in .NET FrameworkXmlSerializerSoapFormatterXPathNavigator HttpFormatterThe CLR uses which format for assembly version numbersMajor:Minor:Revision:BuildMajor:Build:Minor:RevisionMajor:Revision:Minor:BuildMajor:Minor:Build:RevisionWhat tool is used to manage the GAC?GacMgr.exeGacSvr32.exeGacUtil.exeRegSvr.exeAlso posted in .NET | 46 Comments.NET WebDev and Web services questionsBy admin | January 28, 2006
  • 49. TECK INTERVIEWHow does ASP page work?How ASP.NET page works?What are the contents of cookie?How do you create a permanent cookie?What is ViewState? What does the “EnableViewState” property do? Whay would I want it on or off?Also posted in .NET, Windows | 28 CommentsASP interview questionsBy admin | December 27, 2005What is wrong with Request.ServerVariables(”HTTP_REFERER”)?Why do I get 80020003 errors?How do I perform a Whois / DNS lookup from ASP?Why can‟t I turn buffering off using Response.Buffer?Also posted in VB | 6 CommentsPHP interview questions and answersBy admin | December 12, 2005What does a special set of tags <?= and ?> do in PHP? - The output is displayed directly to the browser.What‟s the difference between include and require? - It‟s how they handle failures. If the file is not found by require(), it will cause a fatalerror and halt the execution of the script. [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 20 CommentsNetwork developer interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What ports does FTP traffic travel over?What ports does mail traffic utilize?What ports do HTTP and HTTPS use?Why is NTP required in an NFS network?Also posted in Networking, Unix/Linux | 7 CommentsMicrosoft ASP.NET interview questionsBy admin | July 18, 2005These questions are asked by Microsoft at one of their international locations.What is an interface and what is an abstract class? Please, expand by examples of using both. Explain why.What is serialization, how it works in .NET?What should one do to make class serializable?What exactly is being serialized when you perform serialization?Also posted in .NET | 68 CommentsTough interview questions on EJBBy admin | July 16, 2005How EJB Invocation happens? - Retrieve Home Object reference from Naming Service via JNDI. Return Home Object reference to the client.Create me a new EJB Object through Home Object interface. Create EJB Object from the Ejb Object. Return EJB Object reference to theclient. Invoke business method using EJB Object reference. Delegate request to [...]
  • 50. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in Java | 3 CommentsInterview questions for Web developer positionBy admin | June 9, 2005What‟s the difference between primary key and unique key?The Perl script on the site is working slow. What‟s your plan of attack?Name several reasons why a Web site would not work entirely.Also posted in Unix/Linux | 18 CommentsXML interview questionsBy admin | June 9, 2005What is the difference between SAX parser and DOM parser?What is the difference between Schema and DTD?How do you parse/validate the XML document?What is XML Namespace?Category Archives: Web dev Newer posts »Simple interview questions on Microsoft .NETBy admin | April 23, 2005What is the base class of .NET?Explain assemblies.Name some of the languages .NET support?ADO.NET features? Benefits? Drawbacks?Also posted in .NET | 100 CommentsAds by GoogleH1B Jobs in the USTired Searching? Let Our Engine Fetch the Job For You. Sign up Now!Corp-Corp.com/H1B_JobsInterior Architect DesignWord Class Course Material. Expert Faculty. Top Placements. Apply Now!
  • 51. TECK INTERVIEWwww.CaddCentre.sicces.co.inHCL is HiringJobs Listed on Site Submit your Resume Free. NowMonsterIndia.comASP.NET interview questions and answersBy admin | April 17, 2005Describe the difference between a Thread and a Process?What is a Windows Service and how does its lifecycle differ from a “standard― EXE?What is the maximum amount of memory any single process on Windows can address? Is this different than the maximum virtual memoryfor the system? How would this affect a system design?What is [...]Also posted in .NET | 92 CommentsPerl interview questions and answersBy admin | March 11, 2005What arguments do you frequently use for the Perl interpreter and what do they mean?What does the command „use strict‟ do and why should you use it?What do the symbols $ @ and % mean when prefixing a variable?What elements of the Perl language could you use to structure your code to allow for maximum [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 20 CommentsBasic .NET and ASP.NET interview questionsBy admin | February 24, 2005Submitter said questions were asked in a US company hiring a Web developer.Explain the .NET architecture.How many languages .NET is supporting now? - When .NET was introduced it came with several languages. VB.NET, C#, COBOL and Perl,etc. The site DotNetLanguages.Net says 44 languages are supported.How is .NET able to support multiple languages? - a [...]Also posted in .NET | 43 CommentsPHP interview questions, Part 2By admin | February 24, 2005How can we repair a MySQL table?What are the advantages of stored procedures, triggers, indexes?What is the maximum length of a table name, database name, and fieldname in MySQL?How many values can the SET function of MySQL take?What are the other commands to know the structure of table using MySQL commands except explain command?Posted in Web dev | 46 CommentsPHP interview questions, Part 1By admin | February 24, 2005
  • 52. TECK INTERVIEWFeel free to post the answers and discuss the questions in the comments. Mizanur Rahman also posted some detailed answers on his blog.What are the differences between Get and post methods in form submitting, give the case where we can use get and we can use post methods?Who is the father of PHP and explain [...]Posted in Web dev | 123 CommentsASP.NET questions, part 2By admin | February 29, 2004ASP.NET interview questions, part 1Whats an assembly? Assemblies are the building blocks of .NET Framework applications; they form the fundamental unit of deployment,version control, reuse, activation scoping, and security permissions. An assembly is a collection of types and resources that are built to worktogether and form a logical unit of functionality. An assembly [...]Also posted in .NET | 19 CommentsASP.NET questions, part 1By admin | December 7, 2003Explain the differences between Server-side and Client-side code? Server side scripting means that all the script will be executed by the serverand interpreted as needed. ASP doesn‟t have some of the functionality like sockets, uploading, etc. For these you have to make a customcomponents usually in VB or VC++. Client side scripting means [...]Also posted in .NET | 52 CommentsCategory Archives: Windows« Older postsSQL interview questions and answersBy admin | July 14, 2008What are two methods of retrieving SQL?What cursor type do you use to retrieve multiple recordsets?What is the difference between a "where" clause and a "having" clause? - "Where" is a kind of restiriction statement. You use where clause torestrict all the data from DB.Where clause is using before result retrieving. But [...]Also posted in Database | 3 CommentsAds by GoogleNew Software Jobs at IBMExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsRed Hat Linux TrainingRHCE, RHCSS Training & Exam Best Red Hat training in Hyderabadwww.cossindia.netTop Brand Mini LaptopsStarting Rs 15,00. 1 YR Warranty. EMI Option. Home delivery. Buy Now!
  • 53. TECK INTERVIEWwww.homeshop18.com/HP_Mini_LaptopHiring an IT guy - questions to askBy admin | June 26, 2008This is an aggregated list of questions discussed for hiring an IT guy for your organization at SpiceWorks community forum. Check out theirdiscussion, and description of what question are good and which ones are not that good.What port does telnet use?What is SMTP?How would you troubleshoot a printer?How does traceroute work?Walk me through everything [...]Also posted in General, Unix/Linux | 11 CommentsSysadmin sample interview questionsBy admin | June 12, 2008Why was it that you left the last job that you were at?What do you think your top 3 strengths are?What is most important to you in a job?Major difference between FAT and NTFS on a local machine?How many passwords by default are remembered in an active directory?What is a C name record (in DNS)?What [...]Also posted in Unix/Linux | 2 Comments54 screening questions for Windows adminBy admin | January 27, 2008What is Active Directory?What is LDAP?Can you connect Active Directory to other 3rd-party Directory Services? Name a few options.Where is the AD database held? What other folders are related to AD?What is the SYSVOL folder?Name the AD NCs and replication issues for each NCWhat are application partitions? When do I use themHow do you create [...]Posted in Windows | 42 CommentsWindows admin interview questions (includes Vista)By admin | November 29, 2007What is Active Directory?What is LDAP?Can you connect Active Directory to other 3rd-party Directory Services? Name a few options.Where is the AD database held? What other folders are related to AD?What is the SYSVOL folder?Name the AD NCs and replication issues for each NCWhat are application partitions? When do I use themHow do you create [...]
  • 54. TECK INTERVIEWPosted in Windows | 6 CommentsEDS Visual Basic and SQL Server interview questionsBy admin | January 4, 2007What is the difference between modal and modaless form in VB?Why we need a MDI form? How can we make a form as a mdichild form?Specify technical & functional architecture of your last 2 projects.What are the objects in ADODB?What are different types of cursors in ADODB?What are different types of locks in ADODB?What is [...]Also posted in Database, VB | 25 CommentsWindows sysadmin interview questionsBy admin | June 15, 2006What are the required components of Windows Server 2003 for installing Exchange 2003? - ASP.NET, SMTP, NNTP, W3SVCWhat must be done to an AD forest before Exchange can be deployed? - Setup /forestprepWhat Exchange process is responsible for communication with AD? - DSACCESSWhat 3 types of domain controller does Exchange access? - Normal Domain Controller, [...]Also posted in Networking | 19 CommentsActive Server Pages interview questionsBy admin | May 31, 2006How do you create a recordset object in VBScript?What is Querystring collection? - It allows you to extract data sent to the server using a GET request.Explain the difference between POST and GET Method. - GET requests are string data that is visible to the end user via the URL and a limitof [...]Also posted in .NET, VB, Web dev | 22 CommentsVB interview questions and answersBy admin | April 8, 2006What is the method for returning more than one values from a function in VB?What is early-binding and late-binding? Does ASP support early-binding?Difference between T-SQL and PL/SQL?How can a COM object be modified in VB?What is Byval and ByRef in VB? And how does it work?Have you used inner join? How does it work? What [...]Also posted in VB, Web dev | 5 CommentsWindows sysadmin interview questionsBy admin | March 29, 2006What is Active Directory schema?What are the domain functional level in Windows Server 2003?What are the forest functional level in Windows Server 2003?What is global catalog server?How we can raise domain functional & forest functional level in Windows Server 2003?
  • 55. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in Networking | 61 Comments.NET WebDev and Web services questionsBy admin | January 28, 2006How does ASP page work?How ASP.NET page works?What are the contents of cookie?How do you create a permanent cookie?What is ViewState? What does the “EnableViewState” property do? Whay would I want it on or off?Also posted in .NET, Web dev | 28 CommentsOS interview questionsBy admin | September 22, 2005What is MUTEX ?What isthe difference between a „thread‟ and a „process‟?What is INODE?Explain the working of Virtual Memory.How does Windows NT supports Multitasking?Also posted in General, Unix/Linux | 36 CommentsCategory Archives: Windows« Older posts Newer posts »Microsoft college recruitment questionsBy admin | August 18, 2005Reader Vinay Solanki faced these questions from Microsoft recruiter, who apparently was hiring straight out of college.How did you first get interested in Computer Science?What do you like to do best related to computers now (programming, administration, testing, manage projects, etc)? What is it about thatarea that you specifically enjoy?What is your strongest [...]Also posted in C++, General | 9 CommentsAds by GoogleSoftware TestingExpert Testers & Developers Needed. Search by Location & Experience!www.IBM.com/Software-JobsLooking for SAP Career?Learn from Authorized SAP Education Partner. Take a Leap in your CareerNIIT.com/SAP
  • 56. TECK INTERVIEWLatest TCS VacanciesSubmit Resume Now & Get Access to 1000s of Latest TCS Vacancieswww.Shine.com/TCS_JobsWindows Server and MS Exchange interview questionsBy admin | August 18, 2005What is DHCP? How we configure DHCP?What are the ways to configure DNS & Zones?What are the types of backup? Explain each?Also posted in Networking | 53 CommentsWindows programming interview questionsBy admin | August 2, 2005What are kernel objects? - - Several types of kernel objects, such as access token objects, event objects, file objects, file-mapping objects, I/Ocompletion port objects, job objects, mailslot objects, mutex objects, pipe objects, process objects, semaphore objects, thread objects, andwaitable timer objects.What is a kernel object? - Each kernel object is simply a [...]Also posted in C++ | 2 CommentsSysadmin interview questionsBy admin | July 26, 2005What is a level 0 backup?What is an incremental backup?What steps are required to perform a bare-metal recovery?Name key files or directories on a UNIX system that should always be backed up.Name key files or directories on a Windows system that should always be backed up.Also posted in Unix/Linux | 19 CommentsLoadRunner interview questionsBy admin | May 2, 2005What is load testing? - Load testing is to test that if the application works fine with the loads that result from large number of simultaneoususers, transactions and to determine weather it can handle peak usage periods.What is Performance testing? - Timing for both read and update transactions should be gathered to determine whether [...]Also posted in Testing | 87 CommentsInterview questions on WinRunnerBy admin | April 23, 2005How you used WinRunner in your project? - Yes, I have been using WinRunner for creating automated scripts for GUI, functional andregression testing of the AUT.Explain WinRunner testing process? - WinRunner testing process involves six main stagesCreate GUI Map File so that WinRunner can recognize the GUI objects in the application being testedCreate test [...]
  • 57. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in Testing | 76 CommentsWinRunner interview questions and answersBy admin | April 17, 2005Describe the process of planning a test in WinRunner?How do you record a new script? Can you e-mail a WinRunner script? How can a person run a previously saved WinRunner script?How can you synchronize WinRunner scripts?What is a GUI map? How does it work?How can you verify application behavior?Also posted in Testing | 59 CommentsOperating system questionsBy admin | January 17, 2005What are the basic functions of an operating system? - Operating system controls and coordinates the use of the hardware among the variousapplications programs for various uses. Operating system acts as resource allocator and manager. Since there are many possibly conflictingrequests for resources the operating system must decide which requests are allocated resources [...]Also posted in Hardware, Unix/Linux | 9 CommentsMS SQL Server interview questionsBy admin | November 3, 2004This one always gets asked. For a while the database interview questions were limited to Oracle and generic database design questions. This isa set of more than a hundred Microsoft SQL Server interview questions. Some questions are open-ended, and some do not have answers.What is normalization? - Well a relational database is basically [...]Also posted in .NET, Database | 239 CommentsSQL Server interview questionsBy admin | September 17, 2004How do you read transaction logs?How do you reset or reseed the IDENTITY column?Also posted in Database | 55 CommentsWindows admin interview questionsBy admin | September 3, 2004Describe how the DHCP lease is obtained. It‟s a four-step process consisting of (a) IP request, (b) IP offer, © IP selection and (d)acknowledgement.Also posted in Networking | 8 CommentsMicrosoft software development engineer in test (SDET)interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Chris Sells writes about the set of tester questions his friend got when being interviewed for Software Development Engineer in Test positionat Microsoft Corp.
  • 58. TECK INTERVIEWHow would you deal with changes being made a week or so before the ship date?How would you deal with a bug that no one wants to fix? Both the SDE [...]Also posted in Testing | 13 CommentsCategory Archives: Windows Newer posts »Microsoft MSN interview questionsBy admin | September 1, 2004Aaron Boodman took up a job with Microsoft (MSN division) and told the story of his interview in his Weblog. Below is an excerpt ofquestions potential candidates might find interesting.Compare and contrast SQL Server with MySQL.Compare and contrast stored procedures and dynamic SQL.Also posted in Database, General | 1 CommentAds by GoogleHot Jobs in Airports1000s of New Jobs in Airline Cos. Submit Your Resume Free. Now!MonsterIndia.comJobs in Larsen & ToubroExp: 1-13 Yrs.Sal : 4L to 15 L PA Register & Get Multiple InterviewsTimesJobs.com/Upload_ResumeJobs in IT/Software2-10 years Exp. Salary 3-15 Lakhs. Register and Apply on Shine.comShine.com/IT_SoftwareASP, ADO and IIS interview questionsBy admin | May 26, 2004This came in the mail from the reader who recently went through a job interview process. He didn‟t mention the company name.Why do you use Option Explicit?What are the commonly used data types in VBScript?Also posted in VB | 27 CommentsCOM interview questionsBy admin | May 25, 2004What is IUnknown? What methods are provided by IUnknown? It is a generally good idea to have an answer for this question if you claimyou know COM in your resume. Otherwise, you may consider your interview failed at this point. IUnknown is the base interface of COM. Allother interfaces must derive directly or [...]
  • 59. TECK INTERVIEWAlso posted in C++, VB | 6 CommentsWindows code security questionsBy admin | April 2, 2004What‟s the difference between code-based security and role-based security? Which one is better? Code security is the approach of usingpermissions and permission sets for a given code to run. The admin, for example, can disable running executables off the Internet or restrictaccess to corporate database to only few applications. Role-based security most of [...]Also posted in .NET | 2 CommentsWindows 2000 administration questionsBy admin | February 7, 2004Explain hidden shares. Hidden or administrative shares are share names with a dollar sign ($) appended to their names. Administrativeshares are usually created automatically for the root of each drive letter. They do not display in the network browse list.How do the permissions work in Windows 2000? What permissions does folder inherit from the [...]Posted in Windows | 1 CommentMicrosoft Win32 interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Tell the differences between Windows 95 and Windows NT? Lack of Unicode implementation for most of the functions of Win95. Differentextended error codes. Different number window and menu handles. Windows 95 implements some window management features in 16 bits.Windows 95 uses 16-bit world coordinate system and the coordinates restricted to 32K. Deletion of [...]Posted in Windows | 8 CommentsMicrosoft platform and database technologies interviewquestionsBy admin | December 7, 20033 main differences between flexgrid control and dbgrid controlActiveX and Types of ActiveX Components in VBAdvantage of ActiveX Dll over Active ExeAdvantages of disconnected recordsetsPosted in Windows | Leave a commentMicrosoft Windows programming interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003Which controls can not be placed in MDI ?List out controls which does not have eventsWhich property of textbox cannot be changed at runtime. What is the max size of textbox?How many system controls are availablePosted in Windows | 12 CommentsMicrosoft interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 20031. The three types of DAO Dynaset,Snapshot,Table2. Why do we use Option Explicit
  • 60. TECK INTERVIEWPosted in Windows | 3 CommentsWindows Server 2003 IIS and Scripting interview questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003What is presentation layer responsible for in the OSI model? The presentation layer establishes the data format prior to passing it along tothe network application‟s interface. TCP/IP networks perform this task at the application layer.Posted in Windows | 5 CommentsWindows Server 2003 Active Directory and Security questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003What‟s the difference between local, global and universal groups? Domain local groups assign access permissions to global domain groups forlocal domain resources. Global groups provide access to resources in other trusted domains. Universal groups grant access to resources in alltrusted domains.Posted in Windows | 26 CommentsWindows Server 2003 interview and certification questionsBy admin | December 7, 2003How do you double-boot a Win 2003 server box? The Boot.ini file is set as read-only, system, and hidden to prevent unwanted editing. Tochange the Boot.ini timeout and default settings, use the System option in Control Panel from the Advanced tab and select Startup.Posted in Windows | 3 Comments