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Acing Tech Interviews - Fun & Games

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  •  Whether you’ve been programming since your pajamas had feet on them or you’re facing down the barrel of your first post-school job hunt, the technical interview can be a terrifying hurdle between you and your dream job. Once you’ve made it to your interview, you should be prepared for a few different kinds of problem solving. Your interviewers may ask you to talk through how you would solve a problem, they may open a computer and ask you to guide them through creating code, or they may have you write the code yourself on a whiteboard. Be prepared for variation, and don’t get tripped up on the details! No matter what method your interviewers are using, it’s your problem solving skills that they're really testing.

    This month we'll share tech interview experiences, what recruiters look for and how to put your best foot forward!

    We'll also walk through real-life questions for prizes!

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