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Conducting the Web Designer Job Interview
Chapter 10: The Technical Interview
J2EE Telephone Pre-interview Questions

At some point in the process, you will be faced with a number of high quality resumes in your file. Committing to an on-site interview costs time and money for both parties. It is therefore important to consider some pre-interview checking. Performing a telephone interview to pre-screen geographically remote candidates can help in avoiding travel costs associated with an on-site interview. Also, ask to see their previous work or contact a former employer. As long as you remain discrete this is generally not going to cause any problems for the candidate.

The following ten questions should help in determining the technical skill set of any potential J2EE candidate. The questions are simple enough that any qualified J2EE professional should be able to answer them immediately from memory. Any candidate who has a hard time with these questions may not be appropriate for a full time position as a J2EE Developer or Architect.

The above text is an excerpt from:

Conducting the Web Designer Job Interview
IT Manager Guide with Web Designer Interview Questions

ISBN 0-97-45993-0-1

by Janet Burleson

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