In today's employment world, Information Technology plays major role. Technical knowledge along with Aptitude & Reasoning has become the doorway to software companies. When IT is extensively developing day to day, one should definitely acquire technical knowledge aiming to see career growth in software industry.
What in Technical Knowledge?
Programming Languages - to develop front end applications.
Database - to develop and maintain back end/ database applications.
Networking - understanding devices connected in network to communicate with each other as well as other networks.
Hardware - understanding processors, memory storage devices, Input & Output devices and more.
Operating System - to communicate between the software and Hardware in a computer.
Software Testing - the process of evaluating a system with the intend to satisfy specified requirements.
How to prepare for Technical Interviews?
One should be curious to knowledge updates; Software world is that place where you should keep updating with new market technology trends. Get some basic knowledge about all technical concepts as the logic remains same with any language and one can get the ease of working with any language in your company. Thoroughly get updates from your friends, IT magazines, Internet, News, etc. one can get knowledge from real time people through blogs.
When a thread is created the threads does not require any new resources to execute the thread shares the resources like memory of the process to which they belong to. The benefit of code sharing is that it allows an application to have several different threads of activity all within the same address space. Whereas if a new process creation is very heavyweight because it always requires new address space to be created and even if they share the memory then the inter process communication is expensive when compared to the communication between the threads.
Code review is a software quality assurance activity in which one or several humans check a program mainly by viewing and reading parts of its source code, and they do so after implementation or as an interruption of implementation.
Statement coverage is a white box test design technique which involves execution of all the executable statements in the source code at least once. It is used to calculate and measure the number of statements in the source code which can be executed given the requirements.