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Adaface Public Spring Questions

Here are some sample Spring questions from our premium questions library (10273 non-googleable questions).
🧐 Frage🔧 Können💪 Schwierigkeit⌛ Zeit
JMX Bean - Review the following configura
FrühlingMittel2 Minuten
Transaktionsannotation - Brad wrote this code for an fi
FrühlingMittel2 Minuten

Adaface Spring questions are used by enterprises worldwide

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Types of Spring Questions to expect at Adaface:

The following statements describe the type of Spring questions one can expect when using Adaface's pre-assessment tool:

  • Practical implication based Spring queries
  • Real on-the-job Spring specific scenario-based problems
  • Evaluations to test analytical thinking while solving problems
  • Progressive difficulty based Spring problems

What Topics are Adaface Spring questions based on:

Adaface Spring questions are designed by experts in Spring programming language to test for on-the-job skills. Some of the popular topics the questions will cover are:

  • Spring Framework
  • Spring Core
  • Spring IoC
  • Spring Configuration
  • Dependency Injection
  • Constructor Injection
  • Setter Injection
  • Spring Beans
  • Spring Container
  • Bean scopes
  • Bean life cycle
  • Spring Bean factory container
  • Bean Wiring
  • Auto wiring
  • Spring boot
  • SpringBootApplication
  • Spring Boot dependency management system
  • External configuration
  • Embedded Tomcat
  • basePackages
  • Auto-configuration class
  • Spring MVC
  • DispatcherServlet
  • View Resolver
  • ContextLoaderListener
  • Spring AOP
  • Spring JDBC
  • Spring Hibernate
  • Hibernate ORM
  • Hibernate Validator
  • HibernateTemplate

How are Adaface Spring questions customized?

  • Adaface Spring questions are customized for different difficulty levels and solving durations
  • Customized to assess Ideal candidate personas for right jobs
  • Tests for specific on-the-job Spring skills
  • Non-googleable questions to prevent cheating during tests

Do’s and Don’ts of selecting Spring questions for assessments:


  • Use diversified questions from varied Spring topics to test the skill range of candidates
  • Utilize questions of different difficulty levels to test candidates
  • Include questions that are related to on-the-job skill requirements
  • Pick questions that are relevant for the experience level you are targeting
  • Make sure the questions can be understood by a non-native English speaker (easy-to-read questions because programmers should spend time solving the question, not understanding it)
  • Ensure that the questions have a granular (non-binary) scoring
  • Use aptly timed assessments that can be fulfilled within 45-60 mins to make the most optimal use of the time utilized


  • Avoid using trick questions to test the candidates as they are ineffective in testing their on-the-job skills
  • Avoid using lengthy questions as they do not provide an ideal scenario to test the candidates
  • Avoid unnecessary puzzle trends as they are ineffective in assessing the skills required for the job
  • Avoid questions that test very niche concepts that a strong candidate might or might not have come across on-the-job
  • Do not include unnecessarily difficult questions that might or might not test the candidates potential
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