December 30, 2013

BOSCH Freshers - 2013 Batch Engineers

 

Dear Associate,

 

We have few open positions for freshers. These positions require candidates with exceptional track record.

Please share your references -  if they fulfill all the below mentioned criteria:

 

1.      Freshers from 2013 batch only.

2.      You have the conviction that your reference can be a top performer at RBEI

3.      Candidate must have graduated from superior engineering colleges

4.      Eligibility criteria :

o   70% or above in academics (10th, 12th and BE) with no history of backlogs

o   Specialized in ECE/EEE branches only

Specialized in ECE/EEE branches only

5.      Other guidelines :

o   Candidates attended  RBEI's selection process in the past are NOT eligible to re-apply, therefore, pl avoid sharing such references.

o   Candidates with offer from other companies can also apply.

o   Fresher referral will not attract the referral reward

o   Only the shortlisted candidates will be intimated with feedback

o   Referral email should carry the subject line mentioning the college name + engg. Specialization

 

Since the number of positions are limited,  the screening process will be quite rigid. Therefore, we will chose the relatively more competent candidates.

 

 

 



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November 24, 2013

Vine app for Chrome.

Awesome Vine app for Chrome. Fun, Quick, Simple
Vine for Chrome is a simple and quick way to use Vine in your browser     **Vines graph feed of everyone you follow (Home section)  **Popular Vines feed  **Explore feeds with awesome Vine tags  **Full Vine profiles   **COMMENT on any Vine  **Easily SHARE Vine post links  **Follow other Vinesters.     Want to Vine, but don't have your iPhone or Android handy near your computer ?  Just click the Vine icon in the top right corner of your browser and voila you have the latest Vines ! Hilarious and super easy to use.     Note: Vine for Chrome only works with Vine usernames (must be an email) and passwords. This is the account you registered directly with Vine. Login via Twitter account is currently not supported. Please use the Vine mobile app to sign up for an account directly with Vine to make sure you can login into Vine for Chrome.

    Version: 1.6.0
Updated: November 18, 2013
Size: 374KB
Language: English

    https://chrome.google.com/webstore

November 23, 2013

Connect to the internet when there’s no internet

How to connect to the internet when there's no internet
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Be-Bound, a new app launched recently and available only on Android for now, promises to help when you have network coverage but no internet connection (or when you don't want to cough up for internet access, whether because of frugality or stubbornness). Even without an internet connection, it gives users access to a small suite of services, including search, email, weather, stocks, maps and Twitter, among others.

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It works through text message, which, like an internet connection, is simply a way of moving information around. Request your email through the app and it will send a text message (much like how you can tweet via text message without an internet connection) to its servers, which process the request and deliver the data back the same way. Be-Bound charges a small fee to act as the go-between, but it still works out to be much cheaper than either paid wifi or data roaming.



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November 11, 2013

Openings at JDA Software


Referral Walk-in on 16th November 2013

Dear Associates,

Refer a Friend for Product Development Team.

 

Req No

Interview Location

Skill

Experience

1834

Bangalore

Java, J2EE, Javascript

7-9 Years

1835

Bangalore

Java, J2EE, Project Management

11-14 Years

1836

Bangalore

STLC, Automation Testing, SQL

3-4 Years

1844

Bangalore

Java, J2EE, Project Management

7-9 Years

1845

Bangalore

Core Java, J2EE, SQL

5-6 Years

1846

Bangalore

Core Java, J2EE, SQL & Webserivices

5-6 Years

1857

Bangalore

STLC, Manual Testing, SQL

3-4 Years

1854

Bangalore

STLC, Automation Testing, SQL

5-6 Years

1851

Bangalore

Core Java, J2EE

3-4 Years

1848

Bangalore

Core Java, JavaScriprt, Extj/GWT, SQL

5-6 Years

1860

Hyderabad

C#,.Net, SQL

7-9 Years

1849

Hyderabad

C#,.Net,SQL

5-6 Years

1850

Hyderabad

C#.Net, SQL

3-4 Years

1855

Hyderabad

STLC, Manual testing, SQL

3-4 Years

 


Thanks,
Mohan

Openings for 2013 passed outs at iGate

Hi,

At iGate we have openings for 2013 passed outs. Below are the details.


Desired Candidate Profile
Candidates who you will refer MUST meet ALL of the following criteria's:
 
·         Candidates must have graduated in 2013
·         Should have minimum of 60% aggregate and above in academics 10th, 12th and graduation.
·         Should have no gaps in education
·         Candidates must be open to relocate to any location and work in shifts (where and when required)
·         Candidates must be available to join immediately
·         Candidate must have good English written / verbal communication skills. In addition, English language comprehension must be good
Interview Location
         Bangalore and Mumbai
Qualification
                                                                                    
Candidates referred MUST have specialized in any one of the following streams as part of their curriculum
Bachelor of Engineering / Technology -  
 
Computer Science / Electronics Engineering / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering / Electronics & Communication Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Electronics & Electrical Engineering / Information Science / Information Technology
Job Description
 
·         Selected candidates will undergo a training program in a technology / platform
·         Candidates clearing the training program will get deployed in any Software Development Life Cycle related activities
·         Selected candidates may be asked to work out of any of our offices / client locations
·         Candidates may be required to work in shifts, as and where required
·         Candidates must execute an Employment Agreement and a 2 years' service agreement on day of joining
Mandatory Documents
·         One (1) updated hard copy of your resume
·         Mark sheet copies of 10th, 12th or Diploma and, Graduation
·         One (1) passport size photograph
·         Originals and Photocopy of any one Government issued Photo Identification document such as Driving License, Passport, Voter's ID Card, Aadhaar Card and Pan Card
 
# Circuit branches - Computer Science / Electronics Engineering / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering / Electronics & Communication Engineering / Electrical Engineering / Electronics & Electrical Engineering / Information Science / Information Technology

October 28, 2013

Java Questions

Just a few interview questions which I faced in the interviews ... the thought of sharing..

 1) What is JVM?
2) What is JDK?
3) What is JRE? Differences between JDK and JRE?
4) How Java is platform independent?
5) When you say java FileName what happens? Every time it creates a new JVM instance or how?
6) What are the benefits/features of java?
7) What are the differences between C# and Java?
8) What are the major properties of java? i.e. Encapsulation, Inheritance, Abstraction and polymorphism. Explain those and give some examples of them.
9) What is the difference between interface and abstract class? Examples of each and when to use what?
10) How the string is immutable? What is immutable? Any other classes in java are immutable?
11) How you can create an immutable class? What happens internally?
12) What are the differences between final, finally and finalize?
13) What are differences between string buffer and string builder and when to use what?
14) Various questions on access modifiers like public, protected, private and default.
15) Various questions on static keyword, can static methods are called by instance variables. What is the use of static? When to use it?
16) What are singleton pattern and some more questions on it like if u extend this singleton class for another class how u call the methods? Instead of private constructor cant, I have it as protected etc.,
17) Make sure you learn some more patterns like Factory, Facade, Observer etc.,
18) What is the binary search?
19) What is a thread? Thread life cycle? Yield, wait, sleep etc., multithreading .. some logical questions.
20) Run vs runnable?
21) Concurrency package
22) Reflection package – what is it for and any sample implementations
23) What is a garbage collector? How it happens? Any algorithms you know like mark and sweep algo ? what is nursery? Can u invoke gc() is it safe to use?
24) Memory-related questions what is stack  mem , heap mem.. how the gc works on both and how objects move from one mem to other mem.
25) Cacheing.. what is cache? How can we implement our own cache? Have you used any caching? Some more ques like if i have heavy data with blob and clob related entries also how u perform caching.
26) If I have 100 threads and a synchronized block each thread is taking 30 sec but i want to improve my app performance so how u can solve it.
27) What is volatile means how it works
28) What is transient means how it works
29) What is marker interface? Examples of it and will you be able to create a marker interface?
30) What is serialization? How it works? What are the advantages of it? If i give transient what it does, what happens? If I implement serialization for base class and not for extended classes what happens and vice versa?
31) What is enumeration? Basic questions
32) What is system.out.println()? What is system? Out?
33) Generics? If u know other side <> or or etc questions
34) Any new features in java 5 what is it? Same quests for 6 and 7.
35) What is deadlock. Any deadlock prevention techniques
36) What is file stream, buffered readers
37) Collections? What is hashmap, hashtable, hashset, treeset, vector, linkedlist, arraylist, stack, queue etc.,
38) Some differences between them in 37 Q
39) Internal implementations of arraylist, linked list which is best for what i.e insertion , deletion, traversal etc
40) What is auto boxing, shadowing, deep copy, pass by value, pass by reference
41) Sorting, comparable, compare to method override. Person has emp name and all person obj in arraylist .. now sort arraylist by emp name
42) Without using any java packages and even util package implement stack, queue etc
43) What all packages you know and which packages are you comfortable in.
44) Equals and hashcode overriding. ... lot of questions on why we override and how we override. Do we have any contracts between both if so what.
45) Treeset is auto sorted right how it happens.
46) I want to write my own collection class with push pop so which one you implement or extend and how u write the methods...
47) What are differences between creational, structural and behavioural design patterns.
48) What is inner class? Some deep questions on inner classes? (Rare people ask)
49) What is multiple inheritance in java and any example for it?
50) More questions on overloading and overriding.
51) What is exception? And what is error?
52) Difference between exception and error? What is checked and unchecked exceptions?
53) Sample exceptions and errors and whats its purpose?
54) If out of memory error how u handle it?
55) How jvm creates a dump file for you?
56) Java –x parameters questions.
57) When u say java Mohan which is import x.mohan.Sub; and the same class available in two jars in class path then which one jvm considers.
58) What are wrapper classes?
59) MVC what is model, view and controller? Where we use it.
60) More questions on Compile time and run time. Like will i be able to catch outofmemory error if no why if yes how. If our answer is no then if i write the statement in catch an outofmemory error it thows complie time exception or runtime.
61) How can i create my own custom exceptions.
62) Difference between throws, throwable is it safe to use.
63) Code review related and some best practices related questions.
64) SQL Joins , trigger, index, clustered index, as a developer they give a scenario and ask on what u create indexes.
65) What are JSP implicit objects? I.e Request, response, pagecontext, application, session, out, config, page and exception.
66) What is priority queue, binary sort, binary tree, tree sort.
67) Given one binary tree...
      a. A has left B and right C
      b. B has left D and right E
      c. C has left F and right G
     d. How u write a program to make it mirror image.
68) Servlet life cycle
69) Will i be able to overwrite init method of servlet
70) How can i destroy a servlet
71) What is jsp life cycle
72) <@page , import , cache  related questions.
73) Web.xml questions like init params, context params , session, servlet filters etc.,
74) Select Null from Employee e;
75) What is Cartesian join.
76) Aptitude questions like
              a. 20 sheets -> 1 sheet -> 55 lines -> 1 line -> 65 chars. If i write 1 sheet -> 65 lines and 1 line 75 chars then how many sheets req?
77) 25 buckets of water to fill a tank ...
78) Green blue white balls et.c...
79) Super and this questions
80) Suppose class A has static int i =10; then Output of  A1.i, A2.i then change it to int i =20; then outputs and if i change value of i then outputs etc.,
81) Then Extends questions like A A1 = new A(); B B1=(B) A1; A A2 – new A(); B B2 = (B)A2();
82) Class A  public int i=10; class B public final A A1 = new A(); .... Main { B B1=new B(); B1.A1.i = 15; will it give any exception}
83) DOM Vs SAX Parser.
84) XML – simple type complex type
85) WSDL Structure what is soap envelope?
86) Marshalling and unmarshaling  .. Webservice bottom up and top-down approach.
87) SOAP, Document literal, RPC bindings
88) String s = “Hello”; String s1 = “Hello”;            == .equals gives what output what happens internally.                  String s = new String(“Hello”);   == .equals ??
89) Cloning / deep cloning ??
90) In a web application, how can i count how many requests are coming to a respective servlet.
91) Servlet Vs Portlet life cycle.
92) Portlet AJAX Implementation.
93) Servlets will have default no arg constructor or not.. if so can we initialize it with new operator?
94) Array[100] obj -> normal serialization is not used..  then how u can serialize this array.
95) If you serialize one object and then u modify that obj.. in that case if you deserialize that object it will give proper result or it will throw an exception.
96) Write a program to create a tree as shown below
             a. Root 21 has left 6 and right 15 as its sum is equal to root.
          b. 6 has left 2 and right 4 .. sum is 6
             c. 15 has left 7 and right 8 .. sum is 15.
97) SQL count will give count of null values also or not.
98) Delete vs truncate commands in SQL
99) Will you be able to catch Runtime exception in try catch and will you be able to throw runtime exception?
100) Can we give final to a singleton class.
101) Linkedhashmap?? Stringbuilder vs stringbuffer vs vector.
102) JDBC drivers type 1,2,3,4.
103) JSP tags etc..
104) Can you implement a remote contract where u have 5 buttons each button performs on and off of the item .. so how u store the state and alter the state from on to off .. vice versa. And moreover one Undo button.
105) What is an anonymous class?
106) Can we write an interface within a class?

            Useful Websites:
a. http://javapapers.com
b. http://www.brpreiss.com/books/opus5/index.html
c. http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/java_serialization.htm
d. http://javarevisited.blogspot.in/2011/09/javalangoutofmemoryerror-permgen-space.html
e. http://www.brpreiss.com/books/opus5/html/page36.html


1)      Livelock vs deadlock vs Race Condition
2)      Design of a Vending Machine
3)      Given three integers – tell the small integer without using any relational operators.
4)      What is hash map internal implementation
5)      The singly linked list is given.. 2 4 56 77 now pointer is at 56 given a new number 40 which should be inserted before 56. How u can do it. No access to the head.
a.       Create a new node of 56 and insert next to 56 then update the current node value to 40 . So, it will be inserted easily.
6)      Binary search tree given x and y find the common ancestor.
7)      2 4 55 66 7 4 6 95 9 8….. Find the a and b values where a+b is 10 .Whereas a and b should be first two integers .. Write in a minimal and optimal way.
8)      Old feature phones has 0 to 9 like 0 4 special characters, 1 abc, 2, def etc with this when I give 149 you should print all the possible combinations which u can achieve using recursion or in an optimized way.
9)      How jvm loads the required classes into memory
10)   What are the different types of class loaders.
11)   Session management in jsp
12)   Life cycle of thread, servlet, jsp
13)   Implicit objects of jsp
14)   Custom jstl tag creation
15)   BFS algorithm
16)   Array list implementation
17)   Stack push pop min get the min value at any time in stack in an optimised way
18)   Message decoding program to decode the given problem for ex A 0 B 00 C 01 D 10 E 000 F.. so on then 11 or 111 is terminations and 000 is message termination to decode.. write a program to decode.
19)   Given a doubly linked list.. print the reverse doubly linked list only with one loop iteration
20)   What are concurrency and concurrent collections. What are the differences
21)   What is diff between hashmap, hashtable, concurrenthashmap
22)   Countdownlatch and cyclic barrier
23)   What is thread pool, object pool, connection pool
24)   What is the use of datasource vs db connection jdbc
25)   What is inner join, functions, other joins, queries, duplicates finding, top 2nd, equi or self joins, drop vs truncate vs delete, index? , views, stored procedures.
26)   What is the difference between mysql, oracle and ms sql
27)   What are the new features in Java 8
28)   Generics? T super, extends , exceptions
29)   Superclass of exception, custom exception. Can we create a custom runtime exception?
30)   Stack memory, heap memory.
31)   How to process a huge amount of data if required..
32)   -2 + 3*4/2 + 20 * 8 – 42 + 6 *8/10 – how u can process this?
33)   Splitwise.. multiple persons and multiple transactions, how we can simplify it such that u can settle them in less number of transactions...
34)   Given an unsorted array of integers. Find out the unique pairs where the difference between two numbers is the same and minimum of the entire given integers.
35)   If one method is synchronized and it is being accessed by thread t1 then thread t2 can access a non-synchronized method of that class. If so what kind of lock JVM will take how it works.
36)   Write a BFS / DFS algorithm
37)   Immutable object means. How we can create it. Any examples
38)   String s1 “abc” s2 “abc” hashmap.put s1, s2 “abc” as key with 3 different values, what will be the result
39)   Replace all banana in a sentence with ca but don’t use replace inbuilt functions.
40)   Serializable object means, transient, externalizable and its methods
41)   Differences between SOAP and REST web services and its use cases
42)   SOAP WSDL definition
43)   WS security implementation
44)   Eclipse JVM debug mode we see the current value. What is that option provided by JVM to see what option is it?
45)   If a string is given “ I am French boy” then another string is given like rnf then you should find the shortest substring which can contain only rnf . It may be Fren
46)   Clothes bar of N size and it is equally divided into N parts now each cloth of size x is put on the bar from a position I then you should finally say how many clothes are visible outside when u see it directly.
47)   SAX vs DOM Parser
48)   Amazon book page -> your approach to implementing that page in what way of HTTP request and response u handle it.

49)   Garbage collection heap management.


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October 3, 2013

INDCSSI is Hiring!


INDCSSI – India Business Unit Customer solutions and system integration

 

 

Dear Infoscion,

We are back with new opportunities which you can share with your friends.

Currently there are a number of open positions based out of India across practice units in INDCSSI

 

Skill Requirement

Experience

Location

SAP CRM

3-15 years

Mumbai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad

SAP HR

5-15 years

Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad

SAP FICO

5-15 years

Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai

SAP APO

5-15 years

Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad

SAP BASIS

5-15 years

Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad

SAP ABAP

5-15 years

Bangalore, Gurgaon, Mumbai

 

Pre-requisites:

 

·         Referrals must have excellent, consistent academic credentials and should be B.E / B.Tech / M.C.A / M.Sc / M.E / M.Tech / CA / MBA

·         Relevant package / product experience mandatory

Please see below the reference codes for the relevant postings:

INDD Consultant : Inf_REFERRAL_57282383_1

All the profiles need to be submitted on ConnectInfy+ for India. Please note that Profile Snapshots / Resumes sent to any other id will not be eligible for referral rewards.