“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” ~ George Elliot

Having given so many interviews , I believe I can guide you to conquer them with confidence and ease. The best approach for an interview is to portray your confidence.  And someone has rightly said that “One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” 

The interviewer might not be interested in knowing the exact answer up-to the correctness of code , but rather he would be curious about how you approach the solution . The trick is to not give the wrong answer if you don’t know it . This way you will always utter the correct answer and say a pardon for the difficult ones (for which you just said I don’t know); giving an impression that you might not know everything of the topic, but whatever you know — you know it completely. Shows strength and confidence.

Secondly, try to link the question with the work you have done in any of your projects. e.g. someday an interviewer asked me about Groovy script in AEM. Answering him confidently, I gave an example of one of earlier project where I did a POC for changing the name of template using groovy script. I wasn’t aware of the syntax at that moment, yet I answered in such a manner that I have done work on groovy and would be able to work in future too.

Now go ahead through the tabs under this page , to get all the listed interview questions that could be asked in an AEM interview along with their answers. Feel free to correct me , if I have missed something.

Quick Links:
Basic Level
Developer Level
Senior Developer Level
Admin Based
Scenario Based

Happy Reading !


3 thoughts on “Interviews

  1. The link for Senior Developer Level is wrong.
    It points to …/sr-developer/
    instead of …/senior-developer/
    Please fix and you may delete this port.

    PS: Great blog and I highly appreciate your contribution to the AEM community across the world!


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