Brickwork Interview Questions
- In which scenario you used multi-threading like banking or eCommerce project .please explain with example?
- What is the difference between spring data JPA, hibernate spring JDBC? how did you use in the project?
- Many to many relationship examples?
- How to prevent dirty checking in hibernate.?
- What’s wrong with using Hashmaps in a multi-threaded environment? When does a get() method go into an infinite loop?
- One class has the Get and Put method and one counter which increment input and get return counter value.
- suppose I used it in multithreading then what needs to change?
- What is deadlock and write deadlock code example
- What is live-lock?
- What is the executor framework? Why is it needed why not creating a single thread?
- How to achieve thread-safety in multi-threading?
- How do you think the user threads / Hits will be managed in a shopping site like eBay? Will that is synchronized? If yes, how it is concurrently managed?
- What is the Data structure used for fixed key-size kind of HashMap?
- Explain the design of a web application?
- How can you prevent cloning of an Object?
- How to generate unique ID in Java in distributed machines(JVMs)
- What are the best practices that are to be followed while designing RESTful web services?
- How to decide which one of web service to use REST or SOAP?
- What are the primary security issues of web service?
- What do you know about foundation security services?
- How is the Security mechanism implemented using Spring?
- Design web service for shorten URL and expanded URL?
- How to maintain security and protocols in Web services
- Two problems you faced in the current project and how you resolved it
- What do you mean by Interface Driven Programming?
A pioneering visionary and entrepreneur, Vivek Kulkarni, the founder of Brickwork group of companies, started his career as an IAS officer and worked in government for 22 years. As an IT Secretary, Government of Karnataka, Vivek pioneered many path-breaking initiatives to aggressively promote Bangalore as a preferred destination for global companies to set-up their offices and captive centers. It was under his tenure, that Bangalore, became popularly known as the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India.
In 2004, Vivek took early retirement from government and started his entrepreneurial journey. He co-founded B2K Corp by acquiring a division of Talisma, a large CRM company. B2K provided technical support services for large global companies and also healthcare and data analytics services.
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In early 2005, Vivek & his wife Sangeeta co-founded Brickwork India with an idea to provide the benefits of outsourcing available to individuals and small to mid-sized companies (SME’s), by providing simple to complex business assistance, at an affordable price. To make this idea a reality, they pioneered the unique concept of Remote Executive Assistance (REATM) with a two-fold mission. One to enable large enterprises to optimize their executive’s time by freeing them up from routine and non-core tasks, by providing customized and personalized services. And two, set-up a platform for all global SME’s and entrepreneurs to leverage their access to diverse services for on-going as well as ad-hoc tasks.
This unique concept of providing customized and personalized services through its team of Remote Executive Assistants (REATM) gained instant worldwide recognition and media attention. Thomas Friedman wrote about Brickwork in his 2005 New York Times bestseller ‘The World is Flat’. Since then more than 100 print and broadcast media companies have profiled Brickwork. Another New York Times bestseller, ‘The 4 Hour Workweek’, written by Tim Ferriss, described how Brickwork helps busy professionals to become more productive by re-purposing their time. Knowledge@Wharton also published an article on Brickwork.