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10 Books and Courses to Prepare Technical Programming/Coding Job Interviews

If you are preparing for a technical interview in the software development sector and looking for some great books to boost your preparation, then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have hared some of the best online courses to prepare coding interviews. In this article, I am going to share some of the best programming/coding interview books to prepare well for any software development jobs. These books are enough to crack even the toughest of the job interviews at GoogleAmazon, or Microsoft. They provide excellent coverage of all essential topics for programming job interviews like data structure and algorithms, system design, algorithm design, computer science fundamentals, SQL, Linux, Java, Networking, etc.

RegularEnumSet vs JumboEnumSet in Java

Hello guys, the difference between RegularEnumSet and JumboEnumSet in Java was asked in a recent Java interview with one of my friends, unfortunately, he hasn't explored this topic well and couldn't answer this question precisely, but he made sure to learn about EnumSet after that. When he discussed this topic with me, I really liked it because, despite the usefulness of EnumSet and its fast implementation, not many developers know about it, despite being mentioned in Java's classic Effective Java. This makes me write this post, where we will mainly discuss a couple of differences between RegularEnumSet and JumboEnumSet in Java, but we will also touch base upon some of the important properties of EnumSet.

How to swap two Integers without using a temporary variable in Java?

One of the oldest trick questions from a programming interview is, How do you swap two integers without using a temp variable? This was first asked to me on a C/C++ interview and then several times on various Java interviews. The beauty of this question lies both in the trick to thinking about how you can swap two numbers without the third variable, but also problems associated with each approach. If a programmer can think about integer overflow and consider that in its solution then it creates a very good impression in the eye of interviewers.

Singleton in Java using Enum [Example]

Hello guys, the Singleton pattern in Java is used to create a Singleton class that is accessed by a single instance though out the Java program life cycle. Singleton is one of the old but very useful design patterns and used in several core Java libraries including Java Development Kit (JDK); java.lang.Runtime is an example of a Singleton pattern in Java. This class represents a single instance of Java environment running as JVM and provides several utility methods to query important details about runtime like a number of available processors, Java heap memory, etc.

2 Ways to solve FizzBuzz in Java? [Solution]

Hello guys, if you are learning to code or preparing for interviews and looking how to solve the FizzBuzz problem in Java then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared 75 programming exercises and in this article, I will teach you how to solve the FizzBuzz problem in Java. FizzBuzz is one of the most frequently asked questions on programming interviews and used to filter candidates on Coding interviews who can't code. It looks extremely simple but it's tricky for those programmers or coders who struggle to structure their code or lack the ability to convert a simple algorithm into code. 

How to Find Highest Repeating Word from a File in Java [Word Count Solution]

Hello guys, if you are looking for a Java program to print the word and their count from a given file then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared 100+ Data Strucutre and Algorithms Problems from interviews and in this article, I will show you how to find worlds and their count from a given file in Java. How to find the word and their count from a text file is another frequently asked coding question from Java interviews. The logic to solve this problem is similar to what we have seen in how to find duplicate words in a String, where we iterate through string and store word and their count on a hash table and increment them whenever we encounter the same word. 

How to Find 2 Largest Number from Integer Array in Java [Solution]

Hello guys, I have been sharing a lot of Programming interview questions and coding problems to learn programming better which is appreciated by you guys. In this post, I have come with other simple programming problems for Java beginners. I love to share short programming problems because they help in developing programming sense. Many people will argue against simple problems like prime numbers, palindrome, and factorial, but I really find them useful, especially for beginners. A beginner is far away to solve a complex data structure problem or even more complex problems like those that appear in TopCoder or other programming sites. Programmers learn gradually and they need the joy of doing something and seeing results much quicker than any other. Small success motivates them.

How to find largest and smallest number from integer array - Java Solution

Hello guys, if you have gone through any coding interview or have done some professional Software development then you know that a good understanding of array data structure is crucial for any software developer but it doesn't come for free, you need to spend time and effort. The best way to develop this understanding by solving coding problems and there are lots of programming exercises beginners can do. One of them is writing a program to find the smallest and largest number in an integer array. Java programmers are no different than others, so they can do this program in Java, not just to understand array but also different relational operators available in Java.