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Interviewing is about showing not about knowing

bricin:

moishelettvin:

allowedtoapply:

The onsite technical part of an interview is terrifying. Someone is going to stare at you while you try to write code! They’re going to see you type and how you think.

Let me tell you a thing that shouldn’t be a secret - mostly they don’t expect you to actually finish writing working code in that…

Also to make it easier, practice beforehand! Especially if you’re going to be coding on the whiteboard.

Should go without saying but interviewing is like any skill.. practice helps. If you’ve been at one company for several years odds are you are rusty. Find a friend. Or better talk to a bunch of recruiters; think of these as practice for the one job you *really* want.

Yup, nothing wrong with interviewing to keep your options open and your skills fresh.

Interviewing is about showing not about knowing

allowedtoapply:

The onsite technical part of an interview is terrifying. Someone is going to stare at you while you try to write code! They’re going to see you type and how you think.

Let me tell you a thing that shouldn’t be a secret - mostly they don’t expect you to actually finish writing working code in that…

Also to make it easier, practice beforehand! Especially if you’re going to be coding on the whiteboard.

ridepdw:

This Friday. And you can still donate to help Chris Igleheart with his medical expenses here.

Give Chris a hand!

ridepdw:

This Friday. And you can still donate to help Chris Igleheart with his medical expenses here.

Give Chris a hand!