You’re in for a technical interview. They ask you a question, and you have to build a system or to write some code, either on a whiteboard (brr!), on a piece of paper, or on a laptop at home. And then you discuss it with the interviewer.
Some enjoy it, and some dread it. But if you are going through it, it means the end of the process is near! And you really want to show the best side of yourself.
I led more than 120 interviews. Here are some common mistakes I noticed the candidates make.
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Here are some sundry thoughts I’ve had throughout my career as a developer and lately a team leader.
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The easiest step you can take against your impostor syndrome.
Lately I’ve been trying to give this small advice to people with impostor syndrome, and I think it seems to work – so here it goes.
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How to understand if this company is a good fit for you? Why, ask them questions, of course!
I’ve been on both sides of interviewing for a while now. As a candidate – for 9 years, and as an interviewer – for 90 interviews. (What a beautiful round number!)
So I decided to write down questions which I usually ask the company when considering their position.
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What’s common between software and opera houses? Building of both often goes overtime. Read on to know why and what should you do about it, as a client or as a developer.
Many software projects go overtime. Software developers get blamed for that, laughed at, scorned at.
But guess what: it’s not only software developers.
Many building projects also go overtime, and most noticeably of all, perhaps, opera houses and concert halls.
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