What is MQ and what does it do? --Websphere interview

What is MQ and what does it do? --Websphere interview
Ans. MQ stands for MESSAGE QUEUEING. WebSphere MQ allows application programs to use message queuing to participate in message-driven processing. Application programs can communicate across different platforms by using the appropriate message queuing software products.

Websphere Interview Questions---Message broker

1. What are advantages of using message broker? 2. Why do you need message broker when you have MQ?
3. Tell me few difference between v6.0 and v6.1
4. What is message flow?
5. What are the main 3 components of Message Broker?
6. What are broker domains?
7. What is the interface betweem Toolkit, internal configuration and brokers?
8. What are nodes in message flows?
9. What happens to the running brokers, if configuration manager is down?

Android Interview questions and answers

 Android Interview questions and answers

Describe the APK format.
The APK file is compressed the AndroidManifest.xml file, application code (.dex files), resource files, and other files. A project is compiled into a single .apk file.

What is an action?
A description of something that an Intent sender desires.

What is activity?
A single screen in an application, with supporting Java code.

What is intent?
A class (Intent) describes what a caller desires to do. The caller sends this intent to Android's intent resolver, which finds the most suitable activity for the intent.

How is nine-patch image different from a regular bitmap?
It is a resizable bitmap resource that can be used for backgrounds or other images on the device. The NinePatch class permits drawing a bitmap in nine sections. The four corners are unscaled; the four edges are scaled in one axis, and the middle is scaled in both axes.

What languages does Android support for application development?
Android applications are written using the Java programming language.

What is a resource?
A user-supplied XML, bitmap, or other file, injected into the application build process, which can later be loaded from code.

Cordys Fresher Interview Questions

Cordys Fresher Interview Questions
1: They asked to write a program in any language which was asked in Written Aptitude Paper (Question is not in
     my mind, but it was completely logical as i can say), It took a long time to solved finally.

2: He gave two tables, table 'A' consists of eid, prjtid  table 'B' consists of prjtid , prjtname and ask to select those
    students how work on a particular prjt name.

4. Asked on 'c' Linked List , circularly doubly linked list and practical examples for that.

6. OSqs, like Demand Paging, Virtual Memory Concepts, Deadlock concept with real-time example, etc.


 Some more technical questions
1. Let us suppose you need to tell all the features of OOPS to your Grand-Father, who doesn't know even a
     single letter   of Computer. What real life example will u give to make him clear.


2. They asked to write a program to find the angle based on clock time.

3. Some DBMS query basically it was from JOIN operation.
 
4. Finally they asked a very twisted kind of question, like suppose there are two different groups of two different companies in front of you, and you are selected in both. Now you have to decide which company you'll prefer to join  and why? Also the reason to cancel other one.

Dell Technical Support Interview Questions

Dell Technical Support Interview Questions

In Dell interview it has
1. Personal Introduction and Topic round
2. Hr Round
3. Voice Asscent round
4. Operational Manager round.
5. Hr round (Reg sal and etc)
1. Personal Introduction and Topic round:
This is easy round and they ask u to say about urself and then ask to speak on topic for minimum of 1 min and topic which i have choosen is "Importance of Team Work"
2. Hr Round
a) Tell me about urself?
b) What do u know about Dell?
c) Why do u want to join Dell?
d) R u ready to sign a bound?
e) Tell ur strenghts and weakness?
f) what is meant by BPO?
3) Voice Asscent Round
In the voice asscent round u need to speak on phone with the trainee of Dell. He will generally ask  u to introduce urself and then ask u to speak about any topic and again he will give u one topic and u need to speak about it.
At last he will ask Sentence completion like
a. if it rains ----------------------------
b. in summer ------------------------
c. if i cooks -------------------------
d. if i don't cook ----------------------
e. i love -----------------------------
f. no one ------------------------
g. etc

Adobe Fresher Interview questions

Adobe Fresher Interview questions 
If you are preparing for adobe, the important topics to prepare are Algorithm questions, Trees, C / Java, Recursion, Pointers, etc.
 
Few Questions from the C Language test:
1) Linked list using recursion.
2) Use the atoi function to find whether a number is divisible by 3 without using %,/ or 8.
3) Two integers are provided. You have to find the number of bits that need to be flipped in one number to get another one. ( xor a and b and count the number of bits)
4) Two arrays are given with duplicate elements. Get C = A – B with no duplicates (Merge 2 arrays and remove the duplicates)
5) Routines to swap int pointers.
6) Write a Rotate function for rotating elements in an array, using a reverse function.
7) Write a program for subtraction of 2 base 13 numbers.
Write a program to find Min and max nodes of a quad tree.
8) Prove that the number of internal nodes in a tree is less than the number of leaves.
9) Boolean logic proofs
10) Program to find if a binary tree is a BST or not.

Amdocs Java Interview

Amdocs Java Interview
  1. Where and why do we use the synchronized keyword?
  2. Give an example of polymorphism in java with code?
  3. What are the classes and interfaces used in Collection framework, briefly explain them?
  4. What are inner classes and why do we need them?
  5. Do we name the java file using the Outer class’s name?
  6. How to access the inner class?
  7. Why do we need an abstract class from design perspective?
  8. Difference between keywords and variables?
  9. What is the deployment process of your application?
  10. Explain MVC?
  11. What are the components in your application that correspond to Model View and Controller components?
  12. Which application server do you use to deploy your app?
  13. What database do you use and how do you connect your java application to the database?
  14. What is JNDI?
  15. What is EJB?
  16. What do u mean by serialization? How do we achieve it in java?

Thyristors Interview Questions :Electrical engineering jobs interview

Thyristors Interview Questions
What is a thyristor? Which is the most popular thristor?
What are the different modes of operation of a thyristor. VI Characterisitcs
What is its circuit symbol. Switching Characteristics of Thyristor.
What is SCR, Draw its VI & Switching Characteristics
How to turn on a thyristor? What are the various conditions to do so?
Effect of gate current on forward breakover voltage of SCR
How to turn on a SCR and what are the various conditions to do so?
What are Turn off and Turn on times of SCR.
Harddriving for Thyristor, its Gate Characteristics & Ratings.
How is gate voltage & gate current affected by increase in temperature of thyristor?
Draw two transistor model of a thyristor.
Difference between thyristor & transistor.
What are RMS Current Ratings of SCR, Anode Voltage Ratings.
Importance of di/dt and dv/dt in thyristor?
Effect of internal and external over voltages on Thyristors.
How can we protect an SCR from over currents?
Draw heat sink design for Thyristors.
What is LASER? Write its Applications & Advantages over thyristors?
What is GTO? What is its circuit symbol, VI Characteristics, Turn on and Turn off Processes.
Difference or Comparison of GTO With a conventional thyristor
What are firing circuits for Thyristors & SCR?
Firing Circuit for UJT
Explain Synchronized UJT Oscillator, its working, amplitude and circuit.
Draw UJT Trigger Circuit using a zener diode and its Voltage & Current Waveforms.
Function of Pulse transformer in SCR & GTO.
Draw Gate Trigger Circuit for single phase full converter
Difference between Pulse train gating and pulse gating
Explain the cosine firing scheme for triggering of thyristors

3i Infotech Interview Questions: :Network programming

3i Infotech  Interview Questions:
What is the difference between routers and switches?
What are their uses?
Will you choose networking or a server?
What is a firewall?
How do we use a firewall?
How can 2 networks be made members of same domain?

Design Pattern --Factory Patterns

A Factory Patterns creates an Interface for creating object and lets subclass do the instantiation. A Factory Pattern lets a class to defer instantiation to the subclasses. Simply saying it abstracts the instance creation.
 
Overview:
It lets the developer create an interface and retains which class needs to be instantiated. The Factory pattern comes under the category of Creational Patterns.
Generally when we create a class, we will provide constructors to the users of the class so they can create instances for the classes. But on some situations we need or should not give them the ability to create instances with the available classes. On such situations we can create Factory Pattern. That is rather than calling the constructors for creating objects, you are calling the Factory to create objects.

Its primary purpose is to create objects like a real work Factory.
Logical Model:
The prime actors of the Factory Pattern are:
· Client

· Factory

· Product

Product:
A product can be anything you produce in the factory. In programmatic angle it will the actual object which needs to be created.
Factory:
A Factory is the one who creates object of the product.
Client:
A client instead of directly creating objects of the product uses the Factory to create objects for it. The client is not aware about how the objects are created.
Factory Pattern in .net Framework:
Some of the areas where Factory Pattern is used are given below,
 IClassFactory is an interface used to create instances of COM classes.
· System.Web.IHttpHandlerFactory class
· System.Convert
Example in C#:
In this example we are going to create we use Abstract classes instead of Interfaces as Abstract classes has the benefits like versioning, etc., over Interfaces.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
namespace FactoryDemo
{
abstract class Car
{
public abstract int Speed { get; }
}
abstract class CarFactory
{
public abstract Car ShowCar();
}
//Concrete is nothing but the implementaion for the absract classes
class ConcreteCar : Car
{
int _speed = 300;
public override int Speed
{
get { return _speed; }
}
}

class ConcreteCarFactory : CarFactory
{
public override Car ShowCar()
{
return new ConcreteCar();
}
}

class CarCompany
{
public void ProduceCar(CarFactory objfac)
{
Car mycar = objfac.ShowCar();
Console.Write("Car Produced with speed: " + mycar.Speed);
Console.Read();
}
}
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
CarFactory mycarfactory = new ConcreteCarFactory();
new CarCompany().ProduceCar(mycarfactory);
}
}
}

Here the abstract classes Car and CarFactory provides the interface and the classes ConcreteCar and ConcreteCarFactory provides the implementation for the abstract classes. The CarCompany class uses all these to make the factory work.
In the simillar way you can create as many of Cars with different model like RollsRoye, Honda and there by creating classes for them by inheriting the classes Car and CarFactory.
But remember that the CarCompany class is abstracted from other classes.

Design Pattern Singleton design pattern

Design Pattern Singleton design pattern
Singleton Pattern:
It comes under the category of ‘Creational Pattern’.

Definition:

It allows a single instance of a class and provides global access to it.

Steps to implement a Singleton Pattern in C#:
1. Create a sealed class.
2. Declare a private variable for that class inside the class.
3. Make the constructor as private.
4. Create a public static property which only returns the instance
5. Inside that use lock() to handle the object instance for supporting multi-threading functionality.

Applicability:
1. Logger
It is primarily used in the areas where single access channel is needed. Logging is an area where it is primarily used.
2. Db Connection
For managing database connections also it is used as there should be only one connection at a time.
3. Configuration Manager
Then configuration managers, which read and write to configuration files, there also Singletons are used.

A Logger example in C#:
Steps to write it:
1. Select Visual studio > Project > C# & Windows Application.
2. Follow the steps given in the steps to write a Singleton class above
3. The complete code of the Singleton Pattern and its usage class are given below :

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Text;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using System.IO;

namespace SingletonDemo
{
public partial class Form1 : Form
{
public Form1()
{
InitializeComponent();
}

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
MySingleton sg = MySingleton.Instance;
sg.LogMyError("test");
}
}


public sealed class MySingleton
{
private static volatile MySingleton instSingleton;
private static object objSynformultithread = new Object();

private MySingleton()
{
}

public void LogMyError(String msg)
{
TextWriter twLog = new StreamWriter("c:\\log.txt");

// write a line of text to the file
twLog.WriteLine("Start" + DateTime.Now);
twLog.WriteLine(msg);
twLog.WriteLine("End");
// close the stream
twLog.Close();
}


public static MySingleton Instance
{
get
{
if (instSingleton == null)
{
lock (objSynformultithread)
{
if (instSingleton == null)
instSingleton = new MySingleton();
}
}

return instSingleton;
}
}
}
}

Explanations over the Program:

Purpose of Sealed:
It prevents derivation which could add instances.

Purpose of Private Static Volatile:
Private, it makes the variable private and so not accessible from outside.
Static, without creating instance (only the instance created inside) we can call with name of the class as MySingleton.variable.
Volatile, makes the instance variable assignment completed before it is accessed.

Purpose of Lock:
It avoids deadlocks, enables multithreaded functionality.

The above program has the function LogMyError which does the logging to the file system. You can change the file name and path wherever you want it to get stored. Moreover it was written for a demo purpose only, so its not that much fuller. You need to add the append functionality to it such that it works as according to your need.

If you do the minor modifications based on your need of logging then it will be a good Logger for any kind of application.
Similarly it can be used for DB Connection, Configuration Management, etc.

Design Patterns Interview questions basic

Design Patterns Interview questions basic
Design Patterns are best proven techniques for a common design problem.
It is only a design technique and not code. Though code is available for almost all design patterns in all popular languages, design patterns mean the design technique alone.
Each design pattern explains a repeated problem, gives standard solution to the problem.

Types of Patterns:Design Patterns are generally classified into three categories, they are:
1. Creational
2. Structural
3. Behavioral

1. CreationalThey deal with object creation. They provide you the best way to create objects based on the current situation.
Example:
Singleton, Factory method, Abstract factory, Builder

2. StructuralThey deal with relationship between entities. They provide you the best way to relate entities on various scenarios.
Example:
Adapter, Aggregate, Bridge

3. BehavioralThey deal with communication between objects. They provide you the best way to communicate between objects.
Example:
Chain of responsibility, Command, Interpreter

Further Classification: Though the above three are the major classification, one more category also exists which may be considered as a sub part of the above. It is:

ConcurrencyThey deal with multi-threaded programs. They provide solutions for multi-thread design problems.
Example:
Balking, Double checked locking, guarded suspension

OOP Techniques and Design Patterns:Before going into design patterns, we need to know some of the OOP (Object Oriented Programming) features, which will in turn lead to a better understanding of Design patterns.
Let us now see the OOPs features one by one,

Class: It defines characteristics of a thing and its behavior. It is blueprint from based on which objects are created.
Example: Employee (which will have all the details about the employee like name, id, salary, etc and the methods which describes his behavior like calcSalary(),displaydetails(),etc.

Object: Is an instance of a class. It will be exactly the same as a class but can be assigned values and used whereas a class can’t be used without creating objects.

Inheritance:
A feature in which the base class’s characteristics and behavior are derived to the child class also.
Types:
Single
Multiple

Single:
A class inherits from a single class.
Multiple:
A class inherits from more than 1 class.

Abstraction: “Abstraction is simplifying complex reality by modeling classes appropriate to the problem, and working at the most appropriate level of inheritance for a given aspect of the problem.” Is what the Wikipedia says.

Encapsulation: It is a feature which hides data and functions from others classes.

Polymorphism: A feature using which more than one definition is given to a single name. It can either be function polymorphism or operator overloading.

Association: Association defines a relationship between classes of objects which allows one object to cause another to perform an action on its behalf.

Composition:
Composition is a way to combine simple objects or data types into more complex ones.

Aggregation: Aggregation is a form of composition where one looks at the system as a whole rather than as parts. 

Tips for Software Test Plan Document

Tips for Software Test Plan Document
In this article, we are going to look at creating software system test plans that really make a difference, in an easy, step-by-step way. We will cover the three main aspects you need to consider as part of software test planning, also a 12 point checklist that should be addressed in all software test plans.
1.    What Kind of information we should put in the software test plan.
2.    Where we can find the right information for your software test plan.
3.    How to get people to act based on your software test plan

What information should I include in the test plan?

Key 1 describe a clear objective:
The main aim of writing a test plan is so you and your team can achieve a specific objective (or goals). The aim is clearly to convey the information necessary to get all of your teams bringing in the same direction to achieve that goal quickly and  efficiently. Whenever you cannot identify your goals clearly, or if you’re not clear on your goals in the first place, then  you should not waste your time writing a test plan yet. Once you’ve outlined your goals, then tell them clearly at the start  of the test plan document.
Key 2 Follow the IEEE Test Plan Recommended format:
The IEEE Standard 829 is a standard that specifies a set of Software Test Documentation. The IEEE 829 standard designs to  depict a set of basic software test documents that can be used to convey a test approach. Within that you will find a  standard template that provides a suggested list of items your test plan should include. You will find a lot of valuable
articles on the Internet that cover the details of an IEEE 829 test plan, but two of the most valuable are:
1)    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_829
2)    http://online.gerrardconsulting.com/iseb/otherdocs/ieee829mtp.pdf
Briefly, the items that should be covered in an IEEE 829 compliant test plan are as follows:
1.    TEST PLAN IDENTIFIER This is some kind of unique, company-generated number that will identify your test plan, its level, and the version of
software that it is related to.
2.    REFERENCES List all documents that support your test plan. Documents that can be referenced to include: the Project Plan, Requirements
Specifications, High Level Design Document, etc...
3.    INTRODUCTION State the purpose of the plan, and possibly identify the level of the plan (master, system, etc...).
4.    TEST ITEMS (Functions) These are the things you intend to test within the scope of your test plan.
5.    SOFTWARE RISK ISSUES Identify what software is to be tested and what critical areas might present some inherent software risks. One example is the
complexity of a particular module in the application under test.
6.    FEATURES TO BE TESTED This is a listing of what is to be tested from the user point of view.
7.    FEATURES NOT TO BE TESTED This is a listing of what is NOT to be tested from both the User viewpoint and a configuration management / version control
view.
8.    Approach (STRATEGY) This is your overall testing strategy for the test plan, and should detail the rules and processes that will be followed
(e.g. What kind of testing metrics would be collected?).
9.    ITEM PASS / FAIL CRITERIA What are the completion/exit criteria for this plan/system testing? This can be based on the number of test cases completed, the functional/non functional test coverage provided and /  or the level of open bugs identified in the application.
10.    SUSPENSION CRITERIA AND RESUMPTION REQUIREMENTS It should be stated clearly “that, in certain scenarios, testing will be suspended. You must list down what criteria must be met for the testing to resume.
11.    TEST DELIVERABLES What is to be delivered as part of this plan? This consists of the test plan document, test cases, test design specifications, etc...
12.    TEST TASKS This section may contain descriptions of test. Those tasks that need to be completed by internal and external groups.
13.    ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS Are there any special requirements for this test plan, such as special hardware or static generators?
14.    STAFFING AND TRAINING NEEDS How much time is required to complete the test effort, and what kind of training on the application / system is required?
15.    RESPONSIBILITIES Who is in responsible for completing each section of this test project?
16.    SCHEDULE This will consist of a detailed list of resources who will work on this project and the total testing effort needed. 17.    PLANNING AND RISKS Contingencies What are the overall risks to the project? Put an emphasis on the testing processed here.
18.    APPROVALS Who can, and will, approve the process as complete and allow the project to proceed to the next level?
19.    GLOSSARY The Glossary is used to define terms and acronyms used in the document, and testing in general, To eliminate confusion and  Promote more consistent communications.

Key 3 What a test plan is not:
A significant number of people in software development, product development, testing and the arena itself seem to think that  a test plan is a series of test scripts or test cases.
So, let’s start by saying categorically that a test plan is NOT a collection of tests scripts or test cases.
Generally, a test plan is a written document utilized to describe the course of action to help Achieve a testing goal. A test plan is unquestionably NOT just a list of test cases/scripts. This confusion is one reason why the IEEE defined the IEEE 829 standard.

Nursing Cover Letter

Nursing Cover Letter
Your name
Your address
Your contact details(phone and email)

Date

Mrs Emily Blackstone
Director of Nursing
Unity Hospital Center
450 First Avenue
New York, New York 10016

Dear Mrs Blackstone

I am submitting my resume in application for the recently advertised R.N. position at Unity Hospital Center. I believe that my training and experience closely match your requirements and my additional qualifications in critical care nursing will make me an asset to your nursing staff.

Some key points that are relevant to this nursing position include:

* I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from XYZ University in 2000 and my Certification in Critical Care Nursing in 2006.
* I have experience caring for a broad range of patients from infants to senior citizens within various scenarios including post-operative, infectious diseases, medical, oncology, intensive care and emergency departments.
* My particular areas of expertise include ICU and CCU, intravenous therapy, emergency procedures and patient and family counseling and support.
* I have proven myself to be a highly motivated nurse with the ability to remain focused and self-directed in very high stress environments.

I am convinced that my commitment to caring for patients and the ability to function as an integral part of a treatment team would allow me to make a valuable contribution to the tradition of excellence at Unity Hospital. A challenging environment such as yours will give me the opportunity to make the best use of my skills and experience as a health care professional.

I would welcome the opportunity to interview for this position and discuss how I can fulfill your nursing needs. Please contact me via phone or e-mail to arrange a mutually convenient time and date for us to meet.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Sincerely
Your name &Address
Enclosures

Behavoir Interview Questions for Nursing Interview

Behavoir Interview Questions for Nursing Interview
Describe a situation in which you had to handle a difficult and demanding patient
This is used to assess your interpersonal skills and ability to resolve conflict. Possible examples include a patient who is uncooperative with treatment or who resists a prescribed care regime. Highlight your communication skills. Good nurses have excellent communication skills that include both verbal persuasiveness and strong listening skills. They are able to communicate with patients and families to understand their needs, explain treatments and influence their attitudes while displaying empathy.

Describe a decision you had to take quickly regarding a patient
This is looking at your judgment. Take the interviewer through the process you used to evaluate the situation and the criteria you used to make your decision. Show how you are able to rapidly assess the situation and then commit to the most appropriate action.

Tell us about a time where you disagreed with a colleague over the management of a patient
Are you able to work as part of a team? Do you display sufficient maturity in dealing with health care colleagues? What resources did you use to diffuse the situation- listening to your colleague's reasons, gathering information to make sure you had sufficient understanding of the situation. Focus on what you learned from the experience as a nursing professional.

What changes have you contributed to established practices to improve patient care?
Nursing interview questions like this are designed to explore your ability to show initiative and to assess and implement new procedures. It also looks at your motivation to go beyond the routine of your nursing job to think about how you can improve on current patient care protocols. Important skills used would include attention to detail, close observation, critical thinking and judgment.

Tell me about a challenging problem you faced in your previous job. How did you deal with it?
This question is designed to explore your ability to analyze and manage problems. Be specific in detailing how you gathered the necessary information to clearly evaluate the situation before coming up with a workable solution. Highlight your critical thinking ability and how you are able to apply previous nursing experiences and knowledge to deal with a difficult situation. Explain what you learned from the challenging experience.

Nursing work often involves a number of daily frustrations. Tell me about some of the frustrations you have dealt with recently.
Dealing with daily frustrations is part of most jobs. Your examples should highlight your ability to demonstrate perseverance, reasonableness and common-sense in the face of common frustrations. Prove you are resilient and able to deal with daily frustrations.
Take me through a typical day in your previous job
The interviewer is assessing your ability to organize and plan your day, your energy levels, your ability to be flexible and adaptable, and the sort of pressures and challenges you had to face on a daily basis. Before your interview outline a typical day for yourself and be able to answer this question fluently.

How do you manage stressful situations? Give me an example.
Focus on how you are able to maintain emotional stability in the face of traumatic and stressful situations. What resources do you use to do this? Examples include physical fitness, exercise and relaxation techniques.

Motivation Questions for the nursing job interview

Motivation Questions for the nursing job interview
Why did you choose your specialty area of nursing?
Whether the area of specialization is ER, Occupational Health, Community Health, ICU or any other, the key to answering nurse interview questions about your nursing career choice is to be very specific about why you chose it. What influenced you in your choice? How did you explore your options? Highlight how your strengths are best utilized in this area and how it suits your personal competencies.

Why do you want to work in our hospital and/or community?
Use your background research to support your answer. Look at aspects such as the commitment to health care provision, innovations in patient care, the community it serves.

How do you stay current with the nursing profession?
Nurse interview questions about your motivation to learn and stay updated are important indicators of your commitment to nursing as a career. Examples include attending conferences, subscribing to professional nursing journals, joining relevant forums and groups and conducting online research.

What are the biggest challenges facing nursing today?
Health care systems globally are struggling to meet the demands of the populations they serve. One of the major problems is the current shortage of trained nurses. Use your interview answer to demonstrate that you have thought about this issue and offer up some reasons as to why there is such a shortage of skilled nurses. Possible reasons include low nursing school enrollment due to poor perceptions of nursing as a fairly rewarded career and nurses leaving the profession before retirement age due to job dissatisfaction. You need to be able to show your interest in nursing as a career by demonstrating that you have thought about the current and future issues facing nurses.

Nursing Interview faqs ,Nursing interview questions and answers

Nursing Interview faqs ,Nursing interview questions and answers
General nurse interview questions will explore the following areas:
Your training, qualifications and work experience
Where did you get your training and what qualifications and certifications do you have?
Explain why you have chosen a specific area of practice. Be prepared to discuss your theoretical training as well as the practical component. Remember to take copies of your certifications with you.
You will be asked nurse interview questions around your work experience based on the resume you have submitted.

Prepare by carefully going through your resume beforehand. Be completely familiar with your tasks and responsibilities and the skills, abilities and knowledge you have gained.

Anticipate the following type of questions:
This nursing job requires training and experience in ......... Tell me how your training and experience fulfill this requirement.

Your resume shows that you have knowledge of ........ Please tell me more about your experience in this area.

What is your experience in ..... Tell me in some detail how you went about performing this task?

In answering these nurse interview questions highlight special achievements and the acquisition of specific skills and abilities. Use the opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to nursing. Speak positively about your experiences and previous employers. Keep your answer relevant to the requirements of the nursing opportunity.

Typical nurse interview questions
By preparing answers to the most common nursing interview questions, you will be able to give effective and convincing answers that set you apart as an excellent candidate for the nursing job.

Why are you the right person for this nursing job?
Highlight why your training and experience qualify you for this specific nurse job. Prepare for this beforehand by closely reviewing the key job requirements and matching the relevant skills and abilities you have gained to these. Provide specific examples of these skills when answering this question.
Use your background research to show your understanding of the key challenges faced by this organization. Detail how you can help meet these challenges and be part of the solution.

Why are you interested in this particular nursing job?
Again prepare for this by finding out as much as possible about the job and the facility. Demonstrate why this job is the one you particularly want using this background research. For example: "I am specifically looking for a position in a facility like this because of it's excellent emergency care .."

What have been your most significant accomplishments to date?
Describe achievements that relate to this nursing job. Take specific examples and describe how your approach benefited the patient and/orfacility.

What do you consider your strengths and weaknesses as a nursing professional?
Prepare three or four key strengths that relate closely to the job you are interviewing for. Reinforce each strength with a concrete example.
Be honest about your weaknesses, show you have the maturity and insight to recognize your areas for improvement. State a weakness and then discuss how you are managing it and the improvements you have made so far.

Why are you leaving your present job?
Explain how this opening provides a new challenge and opportunity. Avoid criticizing your former employer or colleagues and giving a negative reason for leaving. Focus on the positive possibilities that will come with a move to a new nursing job.

What do you consider the most important qualities for this nursing job?
Make your answer relevant to the specific nursing job. For example common qualities required for successful performance as an ER Nurse include adaptability, resilience, critical thinking, organization and planning, emotional stability and high stress tolerance.

What did you like and dislike about your previous position?
The interviewer is evaluating your suitability and compatibility with this nursing opportunity. General likes that are applicable to most nursing jobs include learning opportunities, professional growth, job diversity and directly contributing to improving patient care.
The dislikes should not refer to characteristics of the nurse job you are interviewing for. Stay away from reasons that involve common working conditions such as overtime. Avoid criticisms of your previous employer but refer to the absence of something that you want in your job such as the opportunity to use your initiative more or learn new skills.

Nursing Interview Tips

Nursing Interview Tips
Conduct background research on the nursing employer
Familiarize yourself with the employer before the interview. You want to discover all you can about the target nursing job. The knowledge you gain before you arrive for the interview will give you the confidence and skills to convince the employer that you are the best nursing candidate.

Research the facility/hospital/unit and the nursing job in question. Learn more about their goals and values, their future plans and direction, the organizational structure, the demands of the job, the patient base. Use this information to prepare good answers to the nursing interview questions you can expect and to list some insightful questions to ask in your nursing job interview. If you're interviewing for a hospital job, research its financial status and economic stability. Is there potential for growth? Find out the the reputation of the hospital in the local community and the medical community.

Various methods can be used to conduct this background research. You can simply "Google" the organization and note down relevant information. Ask people you know who have had some interaction with the employer. If possible you should visit the hospital or medical facility before your interview. You can observe for yourself and ask the nurses and health care staff questions about the patients, management and organization. This also gives you a practice run to make sure you know how to get to the employer and how long it will take you before the day of the actual interview.
Bring the correct documentation
When you go to the nursing job interview, take along extra copies of your resume or CV, your complete and typed list of references, your nursing license and qualifications, and any letters of recommendation you have.

Bring your list of prepared questions to ask and a pen and paper to write down any questions that occur to you during the interview.

Prepare good interview answers
You can expect your nursing job interview to explore a number of areas. These include:

* Your training and qualifications
* Your previous work experience
* General nurse interview questions
* The key competencies required for the nursing job
* Your motivation for this nursing job
Have a list of questions prepared to ask the employer
Prepare a list of relevant questions to ask the employer. This will set you apart as both prepared and professional. Avoid questions that can be answered by conducting a little background research on the company. Your questions should be insightful and reinforce your commitment and enthusiasm for a nursing career.
Dress professionally
Choose the appropriate interview clothing. You want to look professional and make an excellent first impression. For a nursing job the safest option is something business-like and formal. As a nurse it is important to portray the image of a trusted and competent professional.

A pantsuit, dress or skirt with jacket teemed with low-heeled closed shoes would be considered appropriate. Make sure all your interview clothes are clean, well-pressed and tidy. Attention to these sort of details are essential for a nursing professional.

Java Language Fundamentals ---Java certification

Java Language Fundamentals ---Java certification
Which of these are legal identifiers. Select the three correct answers.
1. number_1
2. number_a
3. $1234
4. -volatile

Which of these are not legal identifiers. Select the four correct answers.
1. 1alpha
2. _abcd
3. xy+abc
4. transient
5. account-num
6. very_long_name

Which of the following are keywords in Java. Select the two correct answers.
1. friend
2. NULL
3. implement
4. synchronized
5. throws

Which of the following are Java keywords. Select the four correct answers.
1. super
2. strictfp
3. void
4. synchronize
5. instanceof

Which of these are Java keywords. Select the five correct answers
1. TRUE
2. volatile
3. transient
4. native
5. interface
6. then
7. new

Using up to four characters, write the Java representation of octal literal 6.
Using up to four characters, write the Java representation of integer literal 3 in hexadecimal.
Using up to four characters, write the Java representation of integer literal 10 in hexadecimal.

What is the minimum value of char type. Select the one correct answer.

1. 0
2. -215
3. -28
4. -215 - 1
5. -216
6. -216 - 1

How many bytes are used to represent the primitive data type int in Java. Select the one correct answer.

1. 2
2. 4
3. 8
4. 1
5. The number of bytes to represent an int is compiler dependent.

What is the legal range of values for a variable declared as a byte. Select the one correct answer.

1. 0 to 256
2. 0 to 255
3. -128 to 127
4. -128 to 128
5. -127 to 128
6. -215 to 215 - 1

The width in bits of double primitive type in Java is --. Select the one correct answer.

1. The width of double is platform dependent
2. 64
3. 128
4. 8
5. 4

What would happen when the following is compiled and executed. Select the one correct answer.

public class Compare {
public static void main(String args[]) {
int x = 10, y;
if(x < 10) y = 1; if(x>= 10) y = 2;
System.out.println("y is " + y);
}
}
1. The program compiles and prints y is 0 when executed.
2. The program compiles and prints y is 1 when executed.
3. The program compiles and prints y is 2 when executed.
4. The program does not compile complaining about y not being initialized.
5. The program throws a runtime exception.
What would happen when the following is compiled and executed. Select the one correct answer.

class example {
int x;
int y;
String name;
public static void main(String args[]) {
example pnt = new example();
System.out.println("pnt is " + pnt.name +
" " + pnt.x + " " + pnt.y);
}
}

1. The program does not compile because x, y and name are not initialized.
2. The program throws a runtime exception as x, y, and name are used before initialization.
3. The program prints pnt is 0 0.
4. The program prints pnt is null 0 0.
5. The program prints pnt is NULL false false

The initial value of an instance variable of type String that is not explicitly initialized in the program is --. Select the one correct answer.

1. null
2. ""
3. NULL
4. 0
5. The instance variable must be explicitly assigned.

The initial value of a local variable of type String that is not explicitly initialized and which is defined in a member function of a class. Select the one correct answer.

1. null
2. ""
3. NULL
4. 0
5. The local variable must be explicitly assigned.

Which of the following are legal Java programs. Select the four correct answers.

1. // The comments come before the package
package pkg;
import java.awt.*;
class C{}
2. package pkg;
import java.awt.*;
class C{}
3. package pkg1;
package pkg2;
import java.awt.*;
class C{}
4. package pkg;
import java.awt.*;
5. import java.awt.*;
class C{}
6. import java.awt.*;
package pkg;
class C {}

Which of the following statements are correct. Select the four correct answers.

1. A Java program must have a package statement.
2. A package statement if present must be the first statement of the program (barring any comments).
3. If a Java program defines both a package and import statement, then the import statement must come before the package statement.
4. An empty file is a valid source file.
5. A Java file without any class or interface definitions can also be compiled.
6. If an import statement is present, it must appear before any class or interface definitions.

What would be the results of compiling and running the following class. Select the one correct answer.

class test {
public static void main() {
System.out.println("test");
}
}
1. The program does not compile as there is no main method defined.
2. The program compiles and runs generating an output of "test"
3. The program compiles and runs but does not generate any output.
4. The program compiles but does not run.

Which of these are valid declarations for the main method? Select the one correct answer.
1. public void main();
2. public static void main(String args[]);
3. static public void main(String);
4. public static void main(String );
5. public static int main(String args[]);

Which of the following are valid declarations for the main method. Select the three correct answers.
1. public static void main(String args[]);
2. public static void main(String []args);
3. final static public void main (String args[]);
4. public static int main(String args[]);
5. public static abstract void main(String args[]);

What happens when the following program is compiled and executed with the command - java test. Select the one correct answer.
class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
if(args.length > 0)
System.out.println(args.length);
}
}
1. The program compiles and runs but does not print anything.
2. The program compiles and runs and prints 0
3. The program compiles and runs and prints 1
4. The program compiles and runs and prints 2
5. The program does not compile.

What is the result of compiling and running this program? Select the one correct answer.

public class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
int i, j;
int k = 0;
j = 2;
k = j = i = 1;
System.out.println(k);
}
}
1. The program does not compile as k is being read without being initialized.
2. The program does not compile because of the statement k = j = i = 1;
3. The program compiles and runs printing 0.
4. The program compiles and runs printing 1.
5. The program compiles and runs printing 2.

What gets printed on the standard output when the class below is compiled and executed by entering "java test lets see what happens". Select the one correct answer.
public class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
System.out.println(args[0]+" "+args[args.length-1]);
}
}
1. The program will throw an ArrayIndexOutOfBounds exception.
2. The program will print "java test"
3. The program will print "java happens";
4. The program will print "test happens"
5. The program will print "lets happens"

What gets printed on the standard output when the class below is compiled and executed by entering "java test lets see what happens". Select the one correct answer.
public class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
System.out.println(args[0]+" "+args[args.length]);
}
}
1. The program will throw an ArrayIndexOutOfBounds exception.
2. The program will print "java test"
3. The program will print "java happens";
4. The program will print "test happens"
5. The program will print "lets happens"

What all gets printed on the standard output when the class below is compiled and executed by entering "java test lets see what happens". Select the two correct answers.
public class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
System.out.println(args[0]+" "+args.length);
}
}
1. java
2. test
3. lets
4. 3
5. 4
6. 5
7. 6

What happens when the following program is compiled and run. Select the one correct answer.
public class example {
int i = 0;
public static void main(String args[]) {
int i = 1;
i = change_i(i);
System.out.println(i);
}
public static int change_i(int i) {
i = 2;
i *= 2;
return i;
}
}
1. The program does not compile.
2. The program prints 0.
3. The program prints 1.
4. The program prints 2.
5. The program prints 4.
What happens when the following program is compiled and run. Select the one correct answer.

public class example {
int i = 0;
public static void main(String args[]) {
int i = 1;
change_i(i);
System.out.println(i);
}
public static void change_i(int i) {
i = 2;
i *= 2;
}
}
1. The program does not compile.
2. The program prints 0.
3. The program prints 1.
4. The program prints 2.
5. The program prints 4.
What happens when the following program is compiled and run. Select the one correct answer.


public class example {
int i[] = {0};
public static void main(String args[]) {
int i[] = {1};
change_i(i);
System.out.println(i[0]);
}
public static void change_i(int i[]) {
i[0] = 2;
i[0] *= 2;
}
}

1. The program does not compile.
2. The program prints 0.
3. The program prints 1.
4. The program prints 2.
5. The program prints 4.

What happens when the following program is compiled and run. Select the one correct answer.
public class example {
int i[] = {0};
public static void main(String args[]) {
int i[] = {1};
change_i(i);
System.out.println(i[0]);
}
public static void change_i(int i[]) {
int j[] = {2};
i = j;
}
}
1. The program does not compile.
2. The program prints 0.
3. The program prints 1.
4. The program prints 2.
5. The program prints 4.

Opencv Compiling and installing for Gumstix

Opencv Compiling and installing for Gumstix
It's common sense that OpenCV is one of the best computer vision libraries available nowadays and it's certainly very useful to benefit from it in embedded environments. There's a trade-off between locally processing images and uploading them for remote processing, but some algorithms might as well run smoothly on embedded devices.

In order to compile OpenCV for Gumstix, firstly one needs to download it from:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=22870

The version I've testes was opencv-linux 1.1pre1, but I believe any other release will barely follow the same ideas provided here.
After the file has been extracted (tar -xzvf opencv-1.1pre1.tar.gz), one should configure the environment variables for the compiler:

export CC=/home/developer/gumstix/gumstix-oe/tmp/cross/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc
export CXX=/home/developer/gumstix/gumstix-oe/tmp/cross/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-g++

$ ./configure --host=arm-linux --build=i686-linux --prefix=/home/developer/opencvgum --without-gthread --without-gtk --without-python --disable-apps


Notice that we've defined that the prefix=/home/developer/opencvgum is the place it will be installed when we type 'make install'. By the way, make sure you have created this directory.
Be sure to substitute the /home/developer path to your user path, as well as the /gumstix/gumstix-oe/ to your installed gumstix environment.
We've also disabled the gtk environment since we are not interested in running the GUI applications inside the gumstix. I've also disabled python and building the applications.
Now that configuration has been successful. Type:

$ make

And then:

$ make install

If everything went well, you'll have the binaries and samples installed to /home/developer/opencvgum
Now, it would be useful to try and compile the samples so that we are sure they will run in the Gumstix.
In order to build them, go to /home/developer/opencvgum/share/opencv/samples/c and edit the build_all.sh script.
Make it executable:

$chmod +x ./build_all.sh


And then change all gcc and g++ to its arm-likes. My build_all.sh ended up like this:
#!/bin/sh
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/home/developer/opencvgum/lib/pkgconfig/

if [[ $# > 0 ]] ; then
base=`basename $1 .c`
echo "compiling $base"
/home/developer/gumstix/gumstix-oe/tmp/cross/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc -ggdb `pkg-config opencv --cflags --libs` $base.c -o $base
else
for i in *.c; do
echo "compiling $i"
/home/developer/gumstix/gumstix-oe/tmp/cross/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-gcc -ggdb `pkg-config --cflags opencv` -o `basename $i .c` $i `pkg-config --libs opencv`;
done
for i in *.cpp; do
echo "compiling $i"
/home/developer/gumstix/gumstix-oe/tmp/cross/bin/arm-angstrom-linux-gnueabi-g++ -ggdb `pkg-config --cflags opencv` -o `basename $i .cpp` $i `pkg-config --libs opencv`;
done
fi
Notice that we've also defined the export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/home/developer/opencvgum/lib/pkgconfig/ so that the correct includes and linked libraries are built correctly.
Run this command and you'll notice the executable files will be created. I think that if you don't disable the flag "--disable-apps" in the configure application and make this change to the build_all.sh earlier it might also work.

Well, now that OpenCV has been built, you should be able to copy it to your gumstix. There's a small problem though. If you compact the files, you'll notice it's very big, so, a good idea is to delete a couple files we are sure we are not going to use.
An advice would be to delete some of the haarcascades.

Choose some of them you are sure you won't use, like the haarcascade_profileface.xml inside the data sub-directory, for instance. Delete a couple others as well.
This way, you'll be able to create a .tar.gz of around 6.5MB.
When it's done, copy it to your gumstix through scp:

$scp opencvgum.tar.gz root@192.168.YOUR-GUM.IP:/tmp

Make sure you copy it to /tmp, because you'll probably be out of space copying it somewhere else.
Extract it and then try to run one of the demos that does not use windows... the ./letter_recog application, for instance... it's located at:
/tmp/opencvgum/share/opencv/samples/c

Well, you might be able to see it running. Else, some libstdc++.so is missing error could also happen.
This means you don't have this library installed. One easy way to install it is through the command

$ipkg install libstdc++6

In case some other libraries are missing as well, repeat the procedure with their names. Notice that some packages have odd names.
For instance, if you had typed:
$ root@gumstix-custom-verdex:/usr/share$ ipkg install libstdc++

Then you'd have received the following message:

Nothing to be done
An error ocurred, return value: 4.
Collected errors:
Cannot find package libstdc++.
Check the spelling or perhaps run 'ipkg update'

Actually the name of the library is libstdc++6. Make sure you type the correct library name.

Well, in case libstdc++ is really installed, you might as well get some error like:

./letter_recog: error while loading shared libraries: libcxcore.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

It means the LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not pointing at your opencv libraries.
Simply type:

$ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/tmp/opencvgum/lib/

You will eventually be able to run your letter_recognition application.
Well, in case you want to run other applications, like the face recognition one, make sure you disable the GUI related functions and write your results to files.

Difference between CCW and RCW ---Dotnet

Difference between CCW and RCW
CCW :COM to .NET communication happens through COM Callable Wrapper
RCW: .NET to COM Communication happens through Remote Callable Wrappter

Mechanical Interview Questions,Faqs

Mechanical Interview Questions,Faqs
# In hydroulic clutch mechanism can i adjust clutch play? if it is possible plz explain ?

# increase in unit speed increases the discharge of impulse turbine how?

# Name fuels used in nuclear power plant?

# On what property u can distinguish material as brittle or ductile?

# On what thermodynamic cycle nuclear power plant works?

# Pipe. Whats The Concept Behind It?

# Purpose of centrifugal pump casing wear ring and impeller wear ring what is back plate in centrifugal pumps and its purpose?

# Suppose a steel bar of cross sectional area A is subjected to load P at one end and 2P at the other end ,what will be the induced

# waht is vaily gap in welding?

# what are engines that use carburetor and that use inductor ? difference between them

# What are the conditions considered while evaluvating MARGIN OF SAFETY for newly designed mechanical components....? or

# what are the types of welding machine?

# What are your significant functional achievements in the present company? How did they contribute to the total process

# What do you mean gy "Clausius inequality"?

# What does a pump develops? Flow or Pressure. Give the Answer with Proper Logic.

# what for orifice using in liquid flow line

# what is bearing? how many types of bearing

# What is difference between sand blasting and grit blasting ? What is its purpose and how is it done ?

# what is drive speed & what is driven speed

# What is Dry Bulb Temperature and Wet Bulb temperature?

# what is electronically operated pneumatic valves? give one example

# What is FEED?
# what is friction?

# what is gear ratio & how it can calculate

# what is gyroscopic & gyroscopic effect?

# What is mean by Resistance welding

# What Is Mean By Ss-314(Stainless Steel Pipe Garde)?

# what is pulverisation

# what is requirement of bottle filling machine

# What is Solution Annealing? kindly explain its process in brief.

# what is the basic need for designing the bottle filling machines

# What is the critical speed. Compare the critical speed of hollw shaft and solid shaft.

# What is the definition of mechanical

# What Is The Difference Between Rated Speed And Economic Speed?

# What Is The Difference In Is2062 And Is1239

# what is the diffrence between construction of reaction turbine and impulse turbine

# what is the diffrence between Torque and Power ( layman Idea)?

# what is the manufacturing process for impellers of closed, semiopen and open type?

# What is the principle of operation of simple jet propulsion system?

# what is the relationship between cop and hp(horse power) of compressor?

# what is the thermodynamics?

# what is the use of vanadium (non metal) ?

# What is thermodynamics?

# what is unit Ps ?

# what's the difference between front and rear wheel drive?on what basis we choose the type of drive?

# whats the range of poissons ratio of a stable material??

# when a solid shaft is subjected to tension its linear dimension changes equaly as its lateral dimension,then what will be its poissons

# Whether ductile material can fail in brittle manner? WHEN?

# which engine is more suitable over all. petrol engine, diesel engine . what are their differences

# Who are the leaders among expansion valve manifacturers? what are the recent developements in the expansion valve industry, used in refrigeration abd air-conditioning?

# Why Air Conditioner capacity measured in Ton. Like 1.5ton

# why as atmospheric pressure increases,boiling point also increases?

# why desuperheater tubes are bend in shape

# why diesel engine does not have spark plug like petrol engine, how ever petrol is better fuel than diesel?

# why does cycle rim dont bend even in heavy loads?

# Why green curtons are used in hospital?

# why petrol engine gives more power than diesel engine eventhough diesel engine has high compression ratio?

# why petrol engines have more power than diesel engines of same capacity?

# why the backwheel of tractor is bigger than frontwheel?

# why the path of a satellite is always elliptical with earth not at the centre of the ellipse?

# Why tyres are manufactured in black colour?

# why we cant measure absolute entropy directly,but the change we can?

# why we express the unit of torque in Nm.even though it can be expressed as Joule ( J )?

# why we have to know the specific frequency of any equipment? does anybody know about specific frequency ?

# Will anybody tell me about types and numbers of sensors in toyota corolla gli,honda civic and suzuki cultus vxri???

# Write down the epression for air standard efficiency of diesel cycle?

# You have to design a machine component. For what type of failure (ductile or brittle) you will design?

Mechanical Engineer Interview Questions

Mechanical Engineer Interview Questions
# A bearing is designated as 6205 , what is it’s bore diameter?

# advantages and disadvamtges of using lpg in car?

# All Rector or Exchanger have spherical/hemispherical end Why?

# Compare Brayton and Otto cycle.

# current rating of a 3 phase DG set is 20 Amps, but what will be the per phase current for single phase supply.

# Define Overall Heat transfer coefficient.

# do any one have an idea,of saipem engineering interviw?

# Does Is 2062 Specifies Only Seamless Pipes Or Erw Pipe Is Also Covered Under Is 2062

# During Steam Blowing Of Pipe Line, A Bluish Color Conical Pattern Is Observed At The End Of
# even though LPG is economical than petrol,why we are not promoting LPG usage?

# explain bearing nomenclature with example.

# Explain Why Nozzles are made convergent and Divergent?

# Funtion of cluch

# How a Diesel Engine Works in Generators?Explain with Labelled Diagram.

# how can u increase the efficiency of power plant without changeing in effort?

# How cooling Tower height selected E

# how gravity filling machine is designed

# How hydrulic power stearin @ lutch works plz explain?

# How Hydrulic Power Stering & Clutch works plz explain ?

# how much efficiency loss will took place in a steam turbine due to low vacuum

# how to calculate the speed of conveyer in meter per minute

# How to convert from HP to BHP or CC to Bhp please explain?

# How to find rating of Chiller a.c. plant i.e. how to calculate the a.c. load of an area, feeded by Chiller ?

# How to measure sound level of engine of tractor?

# how turbo charger works?

# If I want to set a power plant in desert of ‘Rajasthan’ and I have option of steam and gas power plant. Which plant I should set up?

# if the blade height is increased,then how it increases the specific speed of centrifugal pump?

# if u have to give support in 1 km long bridge,where u will give it & how many?
# In a Waste heat recovery boiler feed control valve is after the economiser where as in auxilary boiler feed control valve is given before the economiser.why?

# In auto mobile industry for any type of vehicle how can we differentiate 2 stroke and 4 stroke engine....

Chemical Interview for Engineer

Chemical Interview for Engineer
37. What is microstir?

38. What is Pinch Technology?

39. what is the apt definitions for apparent power ,active power and reactive power?and explanation about different types of lamps?

40. what is the differance between Horizental and vertical heat exchanger?

41. what is the discharge pressure formula, for calculating discharge pressure?

42. What is the ignition temp. of Alluminium,Coper & Iron.

43. What is the ignititon temprecher of Diesel,Petrol & Carosion oil.

44. What is the Import Procurement Cycle ? and what are the customization steps in SAP ?

45. what is the meaning of flaring

46. What is the most common cause of solid size segregation in bulk solid systems?

47. what is the purpose of capacitor? and capacitor load means what? how does it connect?

48. What is the reason for removing silicon from aluminum?

49. What is the speed of a rotary drier

50. What is the symbol of sodium ?

51. What is the various utilities of the process plant?

52. What is unit operation?

53. What regulates, or gives a substance the viscosity it has?

54. What steps can be taken to avoid stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in steel vessels used for storing anhydrous ammonia?

55. Which is more effective , a single extraction with a large volume of solvent or several small volume extractions? Explain.

56. Which reformer efficiencywise best?

57. Which thing is responsible for making petroleum?

58. Why is post-weld heat treatment sometimes necessary for welded vessels?

59. Why is steam added into the cracker in thermal cracking?

Chemical Interview Questions

Chemical Interview Questions
# Any idea on recombinant protein expression?

# Are carbon steel storage tanks appropriate for NaOH solutions?

# Are fin tubes necessary for steam heating a liquid?

# Cetane no. and sulphur required in diesel fuel for euro-IV

# Do you have recombinant protein expression experience? Explain?
# Explain the Deacon reaction?

# Explain various protein purification techniques?

# For a centrifugal pump if the pump is running and we close the discharge valve what is the effect

# How are plate heat exchangers used in an ammonia refrigeration system?

# how can we derive power factor equation p=vi cos phi? derivation?

# how can we measure entropy?

# how FOULING effectd the heat transfer rate

# How much experience you are having in commercial software for protein design?

# how much maximum power can be generated by 320v, 10kg-cm synchronus motor if shaft is roteted mechanically at 50 to 60 rpm?

# how to calculat suction head in centrifugal pump?

# How to calculate the release flowrates from pressurized gas systems?

# How to calculate the sonic velocity of a gas stream?

# How to determine the particle size distribution for a given bulk solid?

# How to estimate the efficiency of a pump?

# Is it possible to compare the resistance to chloride attack of several materials of construction?

# Is petroleum a mixture of hydrocarbon?

# Name of the fraction at which benzene xylene and toulene is obtained during coal tar distillation

# Thyristor related applications

# What are some good estimates for heat transfer coefficients for coils in tanks?

# What are the affinity laws associated with dynamics pumps?

# What are the effects of oils on the properties of Polyolefins?

# what are the precautions u are taking while starting HT motors?

# What are the steps involved in w.ine making?

# What can cause bulk solids to stop flowing from a bin?

# What compounds are responsible for the odours that come from wastewater treatment plants?

# What does the catalystic converter on an automobile do?

# What is a good estimate for the absolute roughness for epoxy lined carbon steel pipe?

# What is are the main terms in Unit Operations? and what is its charecteristics?

# What is difference between Overall heat transfer coeficient & individual heat transfer coefficient

# what is load and what are the types of load?

# what is meaning of pid how it is useing controlers

JDBC Faqs

JDBC Interview Faqs
# How do I check what table-like database objects (table, view, temporary table,

# How do I create a database connection?

# How do I create a java.sql.Date object?

# How do I create a java.sql.Time object?

# How do I create an updatable ResultSet?

# How do I disallow NULL values in a table?

# How do I display and parse a date?

# How do I execute stored procedures?

# How do I extract SQL table column type information?

# How do I extract a BLOB from a database?

# How do I extract the SQL statements required to move all tables and views from an existing database to another database?

# How do I find all database stored procedures in a database?

# How do I get runtime information about the JDBC Driver?

# How do I implement a RowSetReader? I want to populate a CachedRowSet myself and the documents specify that a RowSetReader should be used.The single method accepts a RowSetInternal caller and returns void. What can I do in the readData method?

# How do I insert a .jpg into a mySQL data base?

# How do I insert an image file (or other raw data) into a database?

# How do I receive a ResultSet from a stored procedure?

# How do I retrieve a whole row of data at once, instead of calling an individual ResultSet.getX.X.X method for each column?

# How do I set properties for a JDBC driver and where are the properties stored?

# How do I start debugging problems related to the JDBC API?

# How do I write Greek ( or other non-ASCII/8859-1 ) characters to a database?

# How do you handle your own transaction ?

# How does a custom RowSetReader get called from a CachedRowSet?

# How does one get column names for rows returned in a ResultSet?

# How does the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) work?

# How many types of JDBC Drivers are present and what are they?

# How to insert and delete a row programmatically? (new feature in JDBC 2.0)

# How to move the cursor in scrollable resultsets?(new feature in JDBC 2.0)

# How to update a resultset programmatically? (new feature in JDBC 2.0)

# I have an application that queries a database and retreives the results into a

# I need to have result set on a page where the user can sort on the column headers. Any ideas?

# I would like to download the JDBC-ODBC Bridge for the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition (formerly JDK 1.2). I'm a beginner with the JDBC API, and I would like to start with the Bridge. How do I do it?

# If I use the JDBC API, do I have to use ODBC underneath?

# Is is possible to open a connection to a database with exclusive mode with JDBC?

# Is the JDBC-ODBC Bridge multi-threaded?

# Is there a practical limit for the number of SQL statements that can be added to an instance of a Statement object
# JTable ...

# Many connections from an Oracle8i pooled connection returns statement closed. I am using import oracle.jdbc.pool.* with thin driver. If I test with many simultaneous connections, I get an SQLException that the statement is closed. How can I overwrite blob data in an Oracle database? ...

# Once I have the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, from Sun, what else do I need to connect to a database?

# The java.sql package contains mostly interfaces. When and how are these

# There is a method getColumnCount in the JDBC API. Is there a similar method to find the number of rows in a result set?

# Update fails without blank padding. Alhough a particular row is present in the database for a given key, executeUpdate() shows 0 rows updated and, in fact, the table is not updated. If I pad the Key with spaces for the column length (eg if the key column is 20 characters long, and key is msgID, length 6, I pad it with 14 spaces), the update then works!!! Is there any solution to this problem without padding?What isolation level is used by the DBMS when inserting, updating and

# Whan happens when I close a Connection application obtained from a connection Pool? How does a connection pool maintain the Connections that I had closed through the application?

# What JDBC objects generate SQLWarnings?

# What are four types of JDBC driver?

# What are stored procedures?

# What are the common tasks of JDBC?

# What are the components of the JDBC URL for Oracle's "thin" driver and how do I use them?

# What are the considerations for deciding on transaction boundaries?

# What are the different JDB drivers available?

# What are the standard isolation levels defined by JDBC?

# What are the steps required to execute a query in JDBC?

# What are the two major components of JDBC?

# What causes the "No suitable driver" error?

# What does Class.forName return?

# What does it mean to "materialize" data?

# What does normalization mean for java.sql.Date and java.sql.Time?

# What does setFetchSize() really do?

# What driver should I use for scalable Oracle JDBC applications?

# What is Connection pooling?

# What is Connection?

# What is DML?

# What is DriverManager ?

# What is JDBC Driver ?

# What is JDBC Driver interface?

# What is JDBC?

# What is JDO?

# What is Metadata and why should I use it?

# What is a JDBC 2.0 DataSource?

# What is a ResultSet ?

# What is an SQL Locator?

# What is cold backup, hot backup, warm backup recovery?

# What is new in JDBC 2.0?

# What is optimistic concurrency?

# What is pessimistic concurrency?

# What is the JDBC syntax for using a date literal or variable in a standard Statement?

# What is the JDBC syntax for using a literal or variable in a standard Statement?

# What is the advantage of denormalization?

# What is the advantage of using a PreparedStatement?

# What is the best way to generate a universally unique object ID? Do I need to

# What is the difference between client and server database cursors?

# What is the difference between setMaxRows(int) and SetFetchSize(int)? Can either reduce processing time?

# What is the fastest type of JDBC driver?

# What is the most efficient method of replicating data betwen databases using JDBC?

# What is the query used to display all tables names in SQL Server (Query analyzer)?

# What is the significance of DataBaseMetaData.tableIndexStatistics? How to

# What scalar functions can I expect to be supported by JDBC?

# What types of DataSource objects are specified in the Optional Package?

# What's the JDBC 3.0 API?

# What's the best way, in terms of performance, to do multiple insert/update statements, a PreparedStatement or Batch Updates?

# What's the fastest way to normalize a Time object?

# When I intersperse table creation or other DDL statements with DML statements ....

# When an SQL select statement doesn't return any rows, is an SQLException thrown?

# Where can I find info, frameworks and example source for writing a JDBC driver?

# Which Java and java.sql data types map to my specific database types?

# Which is the preferred collection class to use for storing database result sets?

# Which type of JDBC driver is the fastest one?

# Why can't I invoke the ResultSet methods afterLast and beforeFirst when the method next works?

# Why can't Tomcat find my Oracle JDBC drivers in classes111.zip?

# Why do I have to reaccess the database for Array, Blob, and Clob data?

# Why does the ODBC driver manager return 'Data source name not found and no default driver specified Vendor: 0' How to use JDBC to connect Microsoft Access?

# Why doesn't JDBC accept URLs instead of a URL string?

# Why isn't the java.sql.DriverManager class being found?

# Why should I consider optimistic versus pessimistic approaches to database

# alias) are present in a particular database?

JDBC Technical Interview Questions

JDBC Interview Questions
1) Are all the required JDBC drivers to establish connectivity to my database part of the JDK?

2) Are the code examples from the JDBC API Tutorial and Reference, Second Edition available online?

3)Are there any ODBC drivers that do not work with the JDBC-ODBC Bridge?

4)Can I get information about a ResultSet's associated Statement and Connection in a method without having or adding specific arguments for the Statement and Connection?

5)Can I set up a conection pool with multiple user IDs? The single ID we are forced to use causes probelems when debugging the DBMS.

6)Can I use JDBC to execute non-standard features that my DBMS provides?

7)Can I use the JDBC-ODBC bridge driver in an applet?
8) Can ResultSets be passed between methods of a class? Are there any special usage How can I convert a java array to a java.sql.Array?

9) Can the JDBC-ODBC Bridge be used with applets?

10)Can you scroll a result set returned from a stored procedure?...

11)Connecting to a database through the Proxy I want to connect to remote database using a program that is running in the local network behind the proxy. Is that possible?

12)Could we get sample code for retrieving more than one parameter from a

13)DB2 Universal claims to support JDBC 2.0, But I can only get JDBC 1.0 functionality. What can I do?

14)Detecting Duplicate Keys I have a program that inserts rows in a table ...

15)Does the JDBC-ODBC Bridge support multiple concurrent open statements per connection?

16)Does the JDBC-ODBC Bridge support the new features in the JDBC 3.0 API?

17)Does the database server have to be running Java or have Java support in order for my remote JDBC client app to access the database?

18)How can I connect from an applet to a database on the server?

19)How can I connect to an Excel spreadsheet file using jdbc?

20)How can I connect to an Oracle database not on the web server from an untrusted applet?

21)How can I create a custom RowSetMetaData object from scratch?

22)How can I determine the isolation levels supported by my DBMS?

23)How can I determine where a given table is referenced via foreign keys?

24)How can I determine whether a Statement and its ResultSet will be closed on a

25)How can I get data from multiple ResultSets?

26)How can I get information about foreign keys used in a table?

27)How can I get or redirect the log used by DriverManager and JDBC drivers?

28)How can I insert images into a Mysql database?

29)How can I insert multiple rows into a database in a single transaction?

30)How can I instantiate and load a new CachedRowSet object from a non-JDBC source?

31)How can I investigate the parameters to send into and receive from a database stored procedure?

32)How can I investigate the physical structure of a database?

33)How can I know when I reach the last record in a table, since JDBC doesn't provide an EOF method?

34)How can I make batch updates using JDBC?

35)How can I pool my database connections so I don't have to keep reconnecting to the database?

36)How can I retrieve a String or other object type without creating a new object each time?

37)How can I retrieve string data from a database in Unicode format?

38)How can I tell if my JDBC driver normalizes java.sql.Date and java.sql.Time objects?

39)How can I use the JDBC API to access a desktop database like Microsoft Access over the network?

40)How can I write to the log used by DriverManager and JDBC drivers?

41)How can resultset records be restricted to certain rows?

42)How do I check in my code whether a maximum limit of database connections have been reached?

43)How do I check what table types exist in a database?

Symbian Interview Questions

Symbian Interview Questions
1)What is the advantage of Symbian devices compared to J2ME and Brew devices?
2)What is Cleanup mechanism in symbian?
3)what is the difference between thread and activex objects?
4)What is activex objects?why we need that?
5)What is two phase construction?

Sales Manager Interview Questions and answers

Sales Manager Interview Questions and answers
Sales, is the most important part of any business cycle because it gives revenue and profits to sustain. Thus hiring sales personnel becomes really crucial. The key attributes that a prospective employer looks in to the candidate are influential personality, positive attitude, convincing power, excellent communication skills and thorough understanding of industry, product with analytical bent of mind. An ideal candidate should be aware of the terms and trends of the industry.
However the sales profile differs in different industries but to be successful and discreet you need to be smart. Here we are explaining some of the key questions that are frequently asked with their suitable answers;

1. Tell me something about yourself?
It is the first question asked by your employer to involve you in the interview process. Do not be wordy but introduce yourself with your personal details, academics, professional qualification, experience and a bit about the family details.

2. What according to you are the special wings of a sales job?
The special wings of sales job include accounting, call center management, employee motivation, human resource management, customer service, administration and project management. These are some of the special key result areas upon which the entire sales performance depends.

3. Which basic principles or facts are needed to successfully execute the sales cycle and becoming a good sales professional?
To be a successful sales professional a candidate should know about the principles, tactics, strategies and techniques related to sales and marketing, awareness to the sales control systems with complete knowledge about the software applications along with basic business principles.

4. What technical skills you have?
Here you can mention the courses such as MS - Office, Tally and SAP. Do not forget to show your supporting credentials.

5. What comes first selling or marketing?
This is the knowledge based question to test your basic understanding. Here you can say that we market the things which we want to sell. Thus marketing comes first.

6. Why did you left your previous job?
Do not lie in this question as a background check will reveal all the truth. So be fair to tell him the reason but ensure that you do not say anything negative for your former employer or colleagues.

7. Sell me something?
Here the employer is interested in knowing your personal and business skill asking you to sell anything. Use the cycle that you generally follow starting from the inquiry of need converting in to want and finally in to his buying decision.

Follow these basic questions while preparing and position yourself steps ahead from the rests.

Stock Broker Interview Questions and answers

Stock Broker Interview Questions and answers
A stock broker is a professional broker who buys and sells shares and other securities through agencies on behalf of investors. Stock exchanges are providing wide opportunities for youngsters in terms of stock broking as a career option. There has been an increase in demand of trained professionals who can meet the requirements of the investors. Various institutes offer courses in stock broking. A stock broker can find a job in a stock broking firm, investment banks or work as a dealer or an analyst.

The nature of work can become stressful but surely has good choices to offer and flourish as a professional. I would like to provide some of the important questions that can be asked by an employer:

1. What is a stock market?

A stock market is a mechanism through which company’s shares are bought and sold. It is a public market. It is used for the trading of company stock and derivatives at an agreed price.

2. What are your responsibilities as a stock broker?
A stock broker manages client’s portfolios. It mainly includes the collection of company stocks and shares that they own. He needs to contact with the client, researches companies and markets and buys and sells stocks and shares for the client. The job demands integrity of character as a stock broker needs to deal with the trust of his client in terms of money and finances.

3. How do you research companies and markets?
The best way to answer this question is by citing examples from your previous work area. Generally a team of investment analysts research for the details that help the stock brokers of the firm. Various stock based market information tools are available that can be used for extracting information. Tell about your working style and approaches you generally adopt.

4. What qualities are essential to become a stock broker?
Integrity of character is must as one has to deal with the money of others. A stock broker should be quick thinking and organized. He needs to earn the trust of his clients. He should be able to cope up with the stressful environment. Focus in the work and competency to beat the hectic nature of the job is an essential requisite. Moreover a good knowledge and understanding of the market is needed.

The above question will surely help you for preparing for an interview of a stock broker. All the Best!

Library assistant Interview questions and answers

Library assistant Interview questions and answers
As we all know that the library is one of the most important sources of information in the education system and therefore the librarian plays a key role in this learning environment. The librarian maintains the books collections of the library as well as other material such entailing publications, journals, magazines, newspapers, documents and virtual libraries such as audio/video materials. All kind of media is recorded and controlled by the librarian in an efficient way to assist the library visitors in locating and obtaining these materials.

Keeping in mind the importance of this position, the interview for a librarian is well planned and the questions are framed in a bid to hire only the best of all the applicants.

1.Tell me something about yourself or describe yourself?
Ideally you should start with your name first and then going ahead with the last qualification. Do not forget to mention your past experience, the skills earned there along with your short and long term future plans.

2.What are your qualifications for the job of a librarian?
Quote only that qualification that is desired or relevant for the post for example- B.Sc. or M.Sc. - Library Sciences. It would be a wise idea to carry along any and every document relevant to your profile.

3.How technically sound are you?
You can inform the prospective employer about your computer proficiency which may include MS- Office, Internet and other customized softwares especially designed for library management.

4.Are you comfortable with library management software?
Here you can mention your technical knowledge gathered accompanied with the hands on experience if any. In reply to this question you can tell the interviewer that you are pursuing any course pertaining to the library management.

5.What is your role in the educational system as a librarian?
A librarian has an integral part in the educational system working as the resource provider to the teachers and their students. The librarian helps in increasing the knowledge base of the students.

6.Do you think the physical attributes of the library make a difference to the students?
Show your acknowledgement with full justification by saying yes, a library should be spacious and have soothing colors that do not bother anyone. There should be a systematic presentation of the data that stores in the library.

Answer questions naturally without sounding rehearsed and build confidence for the interview. It is important when seeking jobs and going for interviews, that you appear confident, well spoken, and are able to articulate your skills, experience and ability to handle the job you are interviewing for. Do your homework before going to an interview; get to know as much as you can about the workplace.

How Fiber Optic Cable Works

How Fiber Optic Cable Works
Fiber optics provides the fastest communication medium for data and voice. Data can travel at the speed of light through the fiber optic cables. ISPs and corporate offices are usually connected with each other with the fiber optic cables to provide high speed connectivity.

What is File Server?

What is File Server?
A file server is a computer in a network that authenticates the user access in a network such as Windows 2000/2003 Servers.

Seven Layers of OSI Model

Seven Layers of OSI Model
There are seven layers of the OSI model. The basic purpose of these layers is to understand the communication system and data transmission steps. The seven layers are Application, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, Data Link and Physical. You can remember the name of these layers by this phrase. “All people seems to need data processing”.
 
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