The interview is about ninety minutes, and the questions are very comprehensive, and sufficient preparation is required, but it is a bit awkward to ask besides the concept. After I came back, I classified these topics and sorted out the answers (I am obsessive-compulsive disorder ~ crazy supplement knowledge) divided into six categories: MySQL + Java + Redis + algorithm + network + Linux, and then share my side of Ali this time. Jing + some of my study notes.
Java architect growth notes:
First of all, it must be a review of Java basics
SpringBoot quick start
Web programming exploration
SSM from entry to master
1-3 years senior engineer
Advanced concurrent programming
Deep into the bottom of Tomcat
JVM in-depth analysis
3-5 years senior senior architect
Middleware & Distributed
to sum up
No matter which company it is, it attaches great importance to high-concurrency and high-availability technologies, basics, and JVM. The interview is a two-way selection process. Don't go to the interview with a fearful attitude, which is not conducive to your own performance. At the same time, you should not only pay attention to salary, but also whether you really like this company and whether you can really get exercise. In fact, I have written so much, but my own summary, not necessarily applicable to everyone, I believe that after some interviews, everyone will have these feelings.
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