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Hello BREW community.

I need a couple of questions to add to a porting developer interview test.

I have created a J2ME test and was about to roll it out when i discovered that i need to incorporate a couple of BREW related questions.

My experience with BREW is zero :confused:
Browsing the forum here i tried to create questions from queries but i am far from confident with my results.

Could someone kindly craft three average difficulty questions with answers that would determine a candidates skill and knowledge?

The type of employee i am aiming for will have no more than 2 years experience with BREW in the workplace.

I know this is a lot to ask

g000se wrote:Hello BREW community.
I need a couple of questions to add to a porting developer interview test.
I have created a J2ME test and was about to roll it out when i discovered that i need to incorporate a couple of BREW related questions.
My experience with BREW is zero :confused:
Browsing the forum here i tried to create questions from queries but i am far from confident with my results.
Could someone kindly craft three average difficulty questions with answers that would determine a candidates skill and knowledge?
The type of employee i am aiming for will have no more than 2 years experience with BREW in the workplace.
I know this is a lot to ask
Development in brew is done mainly using C, so you could begin with asking C questions for a 2 year exp person (Eg -questions on Data Structres,pointers, memory mangement, usage of static functions, structures).
BREW's point of view - Memory Management in BREW (very imp), building for a device(steps invloved, minimum number of files to be put on the device[ANSWER is 3 when there is no resources]), entry point for a brew application(Load Module found in AEEMOD), using static and global variables(DELETED), various extensions of files created in BREW(MOD, MIF, BAR, BRX with their full meaning).
Then you could ask what important interfaces the developer has worked upon(like IWEB, IHTML, IMEDIA, IDATABASE,INETMGR - continued).
EDIT - DIDN'T USE ARM - READ SOMEWHERE IN API REFERENCE/ BREW PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS SO MENTIONED HERE(tat static/global variables could be used in ARM), BenBlaukopf thanks for the INFO
You can also search on the net...I think someone has already created few list of questions for BREW.

g000se wrote:Hello BREW community.
I need a couple of questions to add to a porting developer interview test.
I have created a J2ME test and was about to roll it out when i discovered that i need to incorporate a couple of BREW related questions.
My experience with BREW is zero :confused:
Browsing the forum here i tried to create questions from queries but i am far from confident with my results.
Could someone kindly craft three average difficulty questions with answers that would determine a candidates skill and knowledge?
The type of employee i am aiming for will have no more than 2 years experience with BREW in the workplace.
I know this is a lot to ask
Development in brew is done mainly using C, so you could begin with asking C questions for a 2 year exp person (Eg -questions on Data Structres,pointers, memory mangement, usage of static functions, structures).
BREW's point of view - Memory Management in BREW (very imp), building for a device(steps invloved, minimum number of files to be put on the device[ANSWER is 3 when there is no resources]), entry point for a brew application(Load Module found in AEEMOD), using static and global variables(DELETED), various extensions of files created in BREW(MOD, MIF, BAR, BRX with their full meaning).
Then you could ask what important interfaces the developer has worked upon(like IWEB, IHTML, IMEDIA, IDATABASE,INETMGR - continued).
EDIT - DIDN'T USE ARM - READ SOMEWHERE IN API REFERENCE/ BREW PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS SO MENTIONED HERE(tat static/global variables could be used in ARM), BenBlaukopf thanks for the INFO
You can also search on the net...I think someone has already created few list of questions for BREW.

akshay1384 wrote:Development in brew is done mainly using C, so you could begin with asking C questions for a 2 year exp person (Eg -questions on Data Structres,pointers, memory mangement, usage of static functions, structures).
BREW's point of view - Memory Management in BREW (very imp), building for a device(steps invloved, minimum number of files to be put on the device[ANSWER is 3 when there is no resources]), entry point for a brew application(Load Module found in AEEMOD), using static and global variables(not possible - tat's should be his answer when using ARM compilers), various extensions of files created in BREW(MOD, MIF, BAR, BRX with their full meaning).
Then you could ask what important interfaces the developer has worked upon(like IWEB, IHTML, IMEDIA, IDATABASE,INETMGR - continued).
You can also search on the net...I think someone has already created few list of questions for BREW.
Errr, using static and global variables with ARM compilers works just fine and has done for nearly three years.
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=12804

akshay1384 wrote:Development in brew is done mainly using C, so you could begin with asking C questions for a 2 year exp person (Eg -questions on Data Structres,pointers, memory mangement, usage of static functions, structures).
BREW's point of view - Memory Management in BREW (very imp), building for a device(steps invloved, minimum number of files to be put on the device[ANSWER is 3 when there is no resources]), entry point for a brew application(Load Module found in AEEMOD), using static and global variables(not possible - tat's should be his answer when using ARM compilers), various extensions of files created in BREW(MOD, MIF, BAR, BRX with their full meaning).
Then you could ask what important interfaces the developer has worked upon(like IWEB, IHTML, IMEDIA, IDATABASE,INETMGR - continued).
You can also search on the net...I think someone has already created few list of questions for BREW.
Errr, using static and global variables with ARM compilers works just fine and has done for nearly three years.
http://brewforums.qualcomm.com/showthread.php?t=12804