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Can you please let me know what are the tools available with possible web links in the entire SDLC  ?

Secondly for design specific what are the possible interview questions we can expect ? If possilbe give a link where I have Qestions and Answers.

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Depends upon what you want to work on. If you're doing only core Java, you can use Eclipse. It is available for download at:

http://www.eclipse.org

For testing, you can use JUnit. There are many many more, and I hope that more experts will give you the names.

If you're working on J2EE, then you might have to choose a tool which is specific to the App Server that you are using, e.g., IBM Websphere has Websphere Studio Application Developer, Weblogic has Weblogic Workshop, etc.

>> Secondly for design specific what are the possible interview questions we can expect

Too long a question~! Search for Java FAQ on google or something similar to that. You can also search for J2EE FAQ, Java interview questions, etc etc etc

Advice: see the questions answered on EE itself - you will find more than plenty.
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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