What is Java?

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Published on November 30, 2007

Author: rohitsghatol

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What is Java?: What is Java? By Rohit Ghatol rohitsghatol@gmail.com Interview Begins: Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Interview Begins: Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Candidate : Java is an Object Oriented Programming Language! Interview Begins: Interview Begins Interviewer : Ok, If you have to sell Java what feature would you talk about Interview Begins: Interview Begins Interviewer : Ok, If you have to sell Java what feature would you talk about Candidate : I would say, Polymorphism and yes of course memory management Interviewer: Are you missing some thing Candidate: Oh yes!! “Write once, run anywhere” paradigm Interview Results: Interview Results Manager: So How was the candidate? Interviewer : Well he seems to knows how to use Java language, but I am not sure he can sell it Manager : And Why does it matter so much? Interviewer: See its matters, I am looking for a Java Professional, and every Java professional should be able to sell Java to anyone. Manager: Good luck with your hunting!! Next Interview Begins: Next Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Next Interview Begins: Next Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Candidate : Most important thing about Java is that it is a specification Next Interview Begins: Next Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Candidate : Most important thing about Java is that it is a specification Interviewer: Explain Next Interview Begins: Next Interview Begins Interviewer : Describe best in your words what is Java? Candidate : Most important thing about Java is that it is a specification Interviewer: Explain Candidate: Only because Java is a specification it could satisfy “Write once, run everywhere” paradigm and ……………………………………………….. (listen to the audio) Interview Results: Interview Results Manager: So How was the candidate? Interviewer : Just the right one I was looking for Manager : Tell me more Interviewer: The way he describe Java, he knew why Java is so popular, he understands why it is successful. He can sell Java for me to others in my team Manager: That’s good news to my ears

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