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Video Weekend #19. Java Developer Test Interview Recording, Two Perspectives on Java Multithreading, How to Get a Job if You're a Junior

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Java developer test interview recording

The first job is one of the most difficult stages of a developer's career. It is no secret that many newcomers experience emotional stress during an interview, similar to an exam at a university. If you have not yet had the experience of passing a professional interview for the position of a junior developer, then you will probably be interested in watching a video recording of one of these interviews. Igor, a novice Java developer, answers the questions of a potential employer, Evgeny. Before trying to get a job, he studied Java Core and related technologies for a year and a half.

Project Loom. Asynchronous multithreading in Java 15

It is expected that Project Loom, a new technology for implementing multithreading and asynchrony in Java, will first appear in preview format in JDK 15. A stable version should be expected even later - in JDK 17, in the fall of 2021. In the video presented here, the author tried to understand in as much detail as possible what Project Loom is and what advantages this technology provides to Java developers. If you're interested in speeding up workflows and want to get up close and personal with the latest innovations in the Java language, don't miss this video.

How to get a job if you are a junior developer

What should be indicated in the resume in the first place, and what is better to keep silent about? Why is it important to include your GitHub profile in your portfolio? Which is better: use a template or manually write a response to a vacancy? Irina, a junior interface developer at a software company, shares her own experience of being employed as a junior. Despite the fact that the girl writes in JavaScript, not Java, her advice will be useful to any beginner, no matter what programming language he is studying.

Java. Multithreading

Another video on multithreading in Java, but this time without Project Loom. In this webinar, you will learn how to correctly allocate and run multiple threads in a single process using the Thread class, depending on the workload and project requirements. Due to the fact that the author comments on his actions in real time, after watching this video, any junior can master the skills of working in multithreading mode.