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So penny arcade: recently I quit an extremely unsatisfying IT admin job and have been applying for new jobs. I had an interview today, passed and now have a technical interview on thursday. Key words mentioned about this technical interview: Java, data structures and algorithms.
I haven't touched a line of code for 6 months, and haven't touched java for about a year.
Now we've all done these technical interviews before, and they were the bane of my existence when I was fresh out of uni. I've got my data structures/algorithms text book and I'm going to cram hard.
my question is this: these technical interviews are fairly uniform, the gotchas and the programming riddles and the various shit. There must be some good online resources for preparing for them. Can anyone recommend anything?