Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Technical Interview Going South: A Few Gotchas to Avoid

March 24th, 2013 Leave a comment
Technical Interview Going South: A Few Gotchas to Avoid

The technical interview is probably the most widely feared and poorly understood aspect of the job-and hunting process. A lot of candidates have misconceptions about what is expected of them, and how best to approach a process which can seem difficult to prepare for. Very often, candidates sour their chances not because they haven’t prepared enough, but because they’ve prepared in an unhelpful way, or misunderstood the purpose of the technical interview Here we’ve put together some insights on the nature of the technical interview, and what mistake you should avoid making. It’s An Interview, Jim, But Not As We Know… View full post »

Java Interview: Coding Questions and Answers

November 21st, 2011 Leave a comment 6 comments
Java Interview: Coding Questions and Answers

Interviewing for a job can be stressful, but if there is one thing that can add more complexity to the interview process, it would be the technical interview. Nothing strikes fear in the heart of developers faster than the thought of sweating hands and an interview’s stare as you struggle through a coding problem on a whiteboard. This is the stuff of nightmares. It is natural for you to fear this process since many programmers, new and veteran alike, have doubts about their coding abilities. The best thing you can do is prepare yourself for what is to… View full post »