Technical interviews are not like regular interviews. Sure, the interviewer might ask you the usual “Tell me about yourself” or “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”, but there is so much more to it than that. You have to be ready for those questions, behavioral questions and technical questions!
Phew! That’s a lot!
So how should you prepare? Below we’ve given you 2 of the 5 steps to prepare for your interview! To read the other 3, download our FREE whitepaper by clicking the button below.
- Prep Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself
Hopefully, you’ve been able to keep up to date with the changes in your specific technology. If not, study up! Read industry publications, blog posts, etc. And also, make sure that your resume is up to date and illustrates all your various experience and knowledge. And don’t make anything up! Your first day at work will be really interesting if you do…
- How Many of Them Are There?
If you’re not ready for a panel interview, and you are brought into one, this can totally throw you off your game. So know that it could be a possiblitiy and stay cool! They will probably ask you more behavioral type questions like: “Tell me about a time you succeeded” and “If you ran into a problem on this project, what would you do?”.
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