1500+ Java Interview Questions and Answers

guvi   May 12, 2015   1 Comment

Welcome to GUVI blogs.  Here is a large collection of Java Interview Questions and Answers aggregated from various external sources.  Few of them have questions segregated by topics.  But few of them don’t as mentioned below.  So here we go with the list.

1. TutorialsPoint Java Interview Questions (143 Questions & Answers)

1500+ java interview questions

Questions: 143

Segregated by Topic: No

Advanced Topics: No

2. JavaCodeGeeks Java Interview Questions (115 Questions & Answers)

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Questions: 201

Segregated by Topic: Yes

Advanced Topics: Yes.  J2EE topics.

3. Javatpoint Java Interview Questions (201 Questions & Answers)

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Questions: 201

Segregated by Topic: Yes

Advanced Topics: No.

 

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4. Indiabix Java Interview Questions (98 Questions & answers)

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 Questions: 98

Segregated by Topic: No

Advanced Topics: Yes.

5. CareerRide Java Interview Questions (700 Questions & answers)

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Questions: 700 

Segregation by Topic: No

Advanced Topics: Yes 

6. ProgramCreek Java Interview Questions (150 Questions & answers)

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More like an FAQ.  But beautifully explained with visuals.

Questions: 150

Segregated by topic: Yes

Advanced Concepts also: No

7. Journaldev Java Interview Questions (200 Questions & Answers)

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Questions: 200

Segregated by topic: Yes

Advanced Concepts: Yes, J2EE

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