YoyaSoft

USAFacts

When some politicians say that entitlement benefits have eclipsed the spendings on national security, how much truth does the claim have? Do you know the percentage of babies who are born to unmarried women a year in the US? Or the trend of illegal immigration since last amnesty? And all those astronomical numbers such as the federal government deficit and national debt, do they make any sense to you?

Coming to the App Store soon! 

When some politicians say that entitlement benefits have eclipsed the spendings on national security, how much truth does the claim have? Do you know the percentage of babies who are born to unmarried women a year in the US? Or the trend of illegal immigration since last amnesty? And all those astronomical numbers such as the federal government deficit and national debt, do they make any sense to you? 

This app is intended to answer these and a lot more questions. More importantly, it presents the otherwise abstract numbers in vivid graphs, which gives you the perspective to understand their significance and the relationship to ordinary people like us. 

When some politicians say that entitlement benefits have eclipsed the spendings on national security, how much truth does the claim have? Do you know the percentage of babies who are born to unmarried women a year in the US? Or the trend of illegal immigration since last amnesty? And all those astronomical numbers such as the federal government deficit and national debt, do they make any sense to you?

 

When some politicians say that entitlement benefits have eclipsed the spendings on national security, how much truth does the claim have? Do you know the percentage of babies who are born to unmarried women a year in the US? Or the trend of illegal immigration since last amnesty? And all those astronomical numbers such as the federal government deficit and national debt, do they make any sense to you?

This app is intended to answer these and a lot more questions. More importantly, it presents the otherwise abstract numbers in vivid graphs, which gives you the perspective to understand their significance and the relationship to ordinary people like us.

 

Survive Java Interview

What are static methods and static members? Will you choose synchronized methods or synchronized blocks? What are pass by value and pass by reference?

While these questions are basic they might still be puzzling to many developers who have a few years of experience in Java. Or maybe you can explain the concepts behind these questions easily, but how about reading an actual code and tell what the correct output is?

And do you ever wonder what those top-tier tech and financial companies are testing their candidates? What is reservoir sampling? What is the most efficient way of solving Fibonacci sequence? What's the best way of implementing Singleton pattern in Java 5?

This application prepares you exactly for this kind of questions and more. Even though there are many interview questions floating around the internet, this application stands out by selecting only those challenging questions that can quickly distinguish an experienced and outstanding programmers from those with limited exposure or those who are just plainly mediocre . All of the questions have been carefully reviewed and solved by our senior programmers with many years of experience in this field.

This application provides convenient tools for you to study and self evaluate your progress. The application can run in Test (default) and Browse modes. In Test mode the questions are presented in Spaced Repetition fashion where your less familiar questions are tested more frequently. The Browse mode, on the other hand, allows you to quickly browse through the study cards with questions and answers on the same side of the card.

In addition, you can flag questions for further study. You can also write down study notes on each question. You may also find it convenient to mail the notes to yourself or friends.

With all the questions stored in your iPhone or iPad, this application is a superb study tool that you can carry around in your pocket. You may find it useful even on the subway train to your most important interview! As a matter of fact, it'll be a good reference to both interviewers and interviewees. For a mere 99 cents, you'll surely reap the payback tens of thousands of times over!