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"What are some current buzzwords when you go to a job interview nowadays?"

Some of these were my buzzwords, where I had to know the concepts rather than show actual code:

  • LDAP
  • book "Clean code" (Bob Martin)
  • failovers
  • spring boot LWJGL ähs websockets pusha annoteringsdrivet patterns validering med google programvara CORS (cross-origin resource sharing) metor.js löser synkproble, frontend test framework: phantom, karma, jasmin JMeter Sonar jenkins fluentenium S.O.L.I.D. JPA, hibernate CQRS feature-toggling DDD - domain-driven design Immutable interfaces event sourcing JDBC template JREbel ehcache transactions dependency injection
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No, for several reasons:

  1. It is career advice, which is specifically off-topic.
  2. It asks for a list of things, which makes the question too broad.
  3. It doesn't have anything to do with software design.
  • Do I see a list of points here? Where's the "flag as too broad" for answers? Is P.SE only about design (hint: no) ? My mummy used to tell me "If you have more than one reason, then none of them are valid". Sorry Robert, it's not about you, but rather this site's incapacity to let a few slightly-less-than-on-topic questions pass through (y'know, those we tag [OT] in mailing lists). On another hand, the question as formulated really sucks - that is IMHO the only reason why it can't be asked :p – user44761 Sep 6 '16 at 7:56

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