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I recently was forced back into the job market after working for 10 years as a software developer (7 years in java). Now I am on the interviewing scene and I'm bombing big time. I had 4 interview (3 phone/1 face2face) and in every case I've been turned down. I stumbled on 30% - 50% of the technical questions they ask. Its not because I dont know Java or have no experence in Java. My issue is I cannot remember every freakin minute java implementation/concept details. I do understand these details and concepts and can apply the knowledge to solve any programming issue in a work environment, but When put asked to resite the wealth of information that makes of the java phenonmia, I just cant do it and be 100% correct. My question, can even the best gurus in java say "they dont know it all" or let alone, repeat it all (without the help of reference material)?

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