Oracle Mock Interview

To help you prepare for an Oracle job interview, here are 28 interview questions and answer examples.

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Talk about your previous user interface design experience in detail. Why do you feel that this experience will translate well to this role with Oracle?

"Ten years into my career out of college, I consider myself very blessed to have such a well rounded background in user interface design. I have experience designing cutting edge mobile app designs, website design, video game design and software design. Here at Oracle, your education software would greatly benefit from my creative designs to be user friendly and appealing to educators, parents and students and I'd love to bring these skills to work for you."

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28 Oracle Interview Questions & Answers

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  • 1. Talk about your previous user interface design experience in detail. Why do you feel that this experience will translate well to this role with Oracle?

  • 2. What SDLC models are you familiar in working with?

  • 3. If hired here at Oracle and tasked with helping design a UI for a new mobile app, what important factors would you consider in that design?

  • 4. How do you ensure that you have a healthy work-life balance in your career?

  • 5. What do you feel is one of the top issues that is faced by data engineers today?

  • 6. If you can, please provide your thoughts on the function of managed object context in developing iOS apps and software.

  • 7. If hired here at Oracle, what do you feel would be the biggest hurdle for you to overcome from the start?

  • 8. If you were asked to review a colleague's code that they had written, what key things would you look for?

  • 9. What do you feel are the primary features and benefits of the Java programming language?

  • 10. We are looking for innovators to join us here at Oracle. Where have you brought innovation in automation to a process in your career?

  • 11. If hired for this position at Oracle, what leadership skills would you bring to our team?

  • 12. Do you consider yourself stronger in C++, C#, Java, or Python?

  • 13. What data cleaning methods are you familiar with and comfortable using if hired for this role at Oracle?

  • 14. Culture fit is important to us at Oracle. How would you describe your personality?

  • 15. In your experience in software testing, would you consider yourself proficient in both testing and debugging processes?

  • 16. What software analysis and design tools do you have familiarity working with?

  • 17. What experience do you have in the different types of software maintenance?

  • 18. Do you have any unique skills or past work experiences that we can't see on your resume that would benefit the team here at Oracle?

  • 19. In designing Android software, what is your experience using parcelable versus serializable within an app?

  • 20. When do you consider a project to be finished?

  • 21. How would you handle a situation where a colleague was being very difficult to work with?

  • 22. What skills do you use to cope with the day to day stress and pressure on the job?

  • 23. Do you have experience writing a custom exception in Java?

  • 24. What is one unique personality trait you possess that would help you be successful in this role with Oracle?

  • 25. In SQL, how do you explain the differences between clustered and non-clustered indexes? Can you name a time that you used each?

  • 26. In your current work, what are the important steps you take in the data validation process?

  • 27. Do you have experience working with different CASE tools? If so, what do you have experience with?

  • 28. The next cloud engineer that we hire here at Oracle needs to be able build a system that can handle a high amount of traffic. How would you test our system's ability to handle large amounts of traffic?