Tip 1 : Know completely about the projects you have worked, Deep dive into those technologies that being used in your projects.
Tip 2 : When you are doubtful to answer any particular question, ask the interviewer a couple of minutes to think. Better to use pen and paper to note down technical questions.
Tip 3 : Don't get nervous while answering the questions, concentrate and look at your cam if the interview is going virtually. If you have no idea about the question! Say it genuinely that you don't remember and have to revise.
Tip 1 : Make it in single sheet if possible. Don't add the skills you aren't aware off. Make sure you add your projects that you are completely aware. There are chances that interviewer ask the projects you mentioned at the bottom first.
Tip 2 : Make sure you add key words related to the role you are applying. No one will personally check your resume to shortlist, mostly it will be done by AI, so keywords must and should.
Coding round with 3 problems with different levels
1. Easy coding problem related to arrays,strings
2. Medium range coding related to Linked list, Stacks and Queues.
3. Complex coding related to Trees, Maps
I choose recursions to solve the problem.
I passed the string and empty list as my parameters. I check the first letter of the string with words in the array, if it was matched called the function again making the shallow copy of the list along with the matching words.
Like wise I was able to found the possibilities for the string in the array.
Given a problem and asked me to solve, later questions related to project. That's it.
As it was easy problem, I choose recursions to solve the problem.