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My 2017 Review

Passion for System Design After finishing a one year project, my longest stable team (lasted for 3 years) was separated into two smaller teams. Sadly, but that was a good chance for me to become a key member in my new team. My preferred skills were about system architectures; therefore most of the tasks of building the application structures were handled by me. In order to enhance my design system skills, I have spent much my time for reading books closely after work. These following books help me a lot.
- Object-Oriented Thought Process | Matt Weisfeld
- Head First Design Pattern | Elisabeth Freeman and Kathy Sierra
- Java 8 in Action: Lambdas, Streams, and Functional-style Programming | Alan Mycroft and Mario Fusco
Junior Technical Architect I was requested to join a technical architect team (aka Team. Alpha) where I actually had gained experiences almost on interviewing candidates for my company (lol). Besides, I noticed myself must improve the skills of convincing people because …

Java Core - Top 10 Questions Every Developer Should Know

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What is the difference between Javascript and Java?Difference between StringBuilder and StringBuffer?Why do I get "SomeType@a3fde" when I print my code?Why is String immutable?Why "equals" method when we have "==" operator?Is List<Dog> a subclass of List<Animal>?Why shouldn't we use raw type?Is Java “pass-by-reference” or “pass-by-value”?What's the advantage of a Java enum versus a class with public static final fields?Why "double x = 0.1 + 0.2" and result of print(x) is 0.30000000000000004?
1. What is the difference between Javascript and Java? Holy crap! (Vietnamese: Thế quái nào lại có câu hỏi ngớ ngẩn vậy chứ?)

"Java and Javascript are similar like Car and Carpet are similar." - Greg Hewgill (on StackOverflow)
2. Difference between StringBuilder and StringBuffer String is immutable. StringBuilder and StringBuffer are mutable. StringBuffer is thread-safe. StringBuilder is modern than StringBuff…

How Would You Answer These Typical Interview Questions?

I have joined several job interviews with candidates at my current company. As a technical supporter, my attention was mainly focused on specific technical points rather than behavioral ones. However, I saw that these following typicalquestions were rarely missed for any interviews. In fact, there is a meaning behind of the questions. The concern is candidates should focus on answering the right things that interviewers really want to know. Take a look!
Introduce about yourselfIt is "What and why are you fit for this job?". 
So, it is good to go "Talking too much about your hobbies."?
I would say "We don't care about your hobbies much". ;)
Why do you want to find a new job?It is "Why this job are interesting you?". 
So, it is good to go "Talking about something negative like 'I hate my boss/leader'"?
I would say "Who wants to work with a negative person?"
What did you do in your current job?It is "Tell us wha…