• Broomfield - Denver Tech Interview Meetup

    DaVinci Institute

    Programmers, sharpen your skills or prepare for an interview. Discover what you don't know, that you don't know. Before you interview for real, practice with us. Here's what to expect.. * Choose Your Own Interview - We have studied actual job descriptions to create a few mock job descriptions that generally fit the career path of most folks. Entry Level Frontend Developer Entry Level Backend Developer Experienced Frontend Developer Experienced Backend Developer (see them at http://www.denvertechinterview.com/job-descriptions) You'll choose the job description that most closely fits you, and your interview will be based on the details of that job description overall. You can select specific items if you'd like a grilling on that topic. -- Whiteboard exercises. Write working code without an IDE, or perhaps design a system from the top of your head. You'll need knowledge in a wide range of software engineering topics in order to answer these most efficiently, and to get the job. -- Focus on the fundamentals. Go in-depth on the foundational knowledge you need to answer whiteboard exercises. From data structures and algorithms to databases and language specifics.. From backend to browsers, these topics will make sure you've got the basics down pat. You can do this all over, and over again, getting your mind right, before you go do the real thing. Inspiring quote: "We choose to do this, not because it is easy, but because it is hard." -- President John F. Kennedy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbkBAOGEw) (more or less) Find out where you're strong, and help others where they are weak! The best way to learn, is to teach. ------ Savvato writes the code to make the Denver Tech Interview meetups mo' awesome. We also work with employers looking to hire people like the coders who attend our meetings. Founded in 2019, our mission is to create value at the intersection between software engineering, and human resourcing. By providing insight into all aspects of the career, we work to improve software engineers. DaVinci Institute is a powerhouse consulting, networking firm, and think tank. As consultants and visionaries, they have over the last two decades worked to establish a better social and economical future for our entire world.

  • Downtown Denver Tech Interview Meetup

    Galvanize - Platte

    Programmers, sharpen your skills or prepare for an interview. Discover what you don't know, that you don't know. Before you interview for real, practice with us. Here's what to expect.. * Choose Your Own Interview - We have studied actual job descriptions to create a few mock job descriptions that generally fit the career path of most folks. Entry Level Frontend Developer Entry Level Backend Developer Experienced Frontend Developer Experienced Backend Developer (see them at http://www.denvertechinterview.com/job-descriptions) You'll choose the job description that most closely fits you, and your interview will be based on the details of that job description overall. You can select specific items if you'd like a grilling on that topic. -- Whiteboard exercises. Write working code without an IDE, or perhaps design a system from the top of your head. You'll need knowledge in a wide range of software engineering topics in order to answer these most efficiently, and to get the job. -- Focus on the fundamentals. Go in-depth on the foundational knowledge you need to answer whiteboard exercises. From data structures and algorithms to databases and language specifics.. From backend to browsers, these topics will make sure you've got the basics down pat. You can do this all over, and over again, getting your mind right, before you go do the real thing. Inspiring quote: "We choose to do this, not because it is easy, but because it is hard." -- President John F. Kennedy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbkBAOGEw) (more or less) Find out where you're strong, and help others where they are weak! The best way to learn, is to teach. About our Sponsor: Galvanize Galvanize is a Learning Community for Technology. They offer anyone with the aptitude and ambition the tools to grow their career or startup. They do that through having membership for office space, education opportunities in both data science or web development (where they have both immersive programs and part-time classes), and enterprise solutions like custom employee training, off-site events, or event space for things like this meetup.

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  • The Real Mock Interview - #1

    Galvanize - Platte

    This time its for real! We are going to let employers see that you have a skill, before your interview. We will record a video, something you can show off, and include on your resume. It will be just like our regular mock interview, but this time, we're doing it for 'real'. This is our first Real Mock Interview (of many to come). There's still time to participate. If you would like to join, send a message, and we'll determine three things for you to focus on. Take that time to study, and then we'll practice at our regular meeting. There, you will get some last minute feedback, and then study study study, on Nov 7, we'll do the real thing at this event.

  • Downtown Denver Tech Interview Meetup

    Galvanize - Platte

    Programmers, sharpen your skills or prepare for an interview. Discover what you don't know, that you don't know. Before you interview for real, practice with us. Here's what to expect.. * Choose Your Own Interview - We have studied actual job descriptions to create a few mock job descriptions that generally fit the career path of most folks. Entry Level Frontend Developer Entry Level Backend Developer Experienced Frontend Developer Experienced Backend Developer (see them at http://www.denvertechinterview.com/job-descriptions) You'll choose the job description that most closely fits you, and your interview will be based on the details of that job description overall. You can select specific items if you'd like a grilling on that topic. -- Whiteboard exercises. Write working code without an IDE, or perhaps design a system from the top of your head. You'll need knowledge in a wide range of software engineering topics in order to answer these most efficiently, and to get the job. -- Focus on the fundamentals. Go in-depth on the foundational knowledge you need to answer whiteboard exercises. From data structures and algorithms to databases and language specifics.. From backend to browsers, these topics will make sure you've got the basics down pat. You can do this all over, and over again, getting your mind right, before you go do the real thing. Inspiring quote: "We choose to do this, not because it is easy, but because it is hard." -- President John F. Kennedy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbkBAOGEw) (more or less) Find out where you're strong, and help others where they are weak! The best way to learn, is to teach. About our Sponsor: Galvanize Galvanize is a Learning Community for Technology. They offer anyone with the aptitude and ambition the tools to grow their career or startup. They do that through having membership for office space, education opportunities in both data science or web development (where they have both immersive programs and part-time classes), and enterprise solutions like custom employee training, off-site events, or event space for things like this meetup.

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  • Downtown Denver Tech Interview Meetup

    Galvanize - Platte

    Programmers, sharpen your skills or prepare for an interview. Discover what you don't know, that you don't know. Before you interview for real, practice with us. Here's what to expect.. * Choose Your Own Interview - We have studied actual job descriptions to create a few mock job descriptions that generally fit the career path of most folks. Entry Level Frontend Developer Entry Level Backend Developer Experienced Frontend Developer Experienced Backend Developer (see them at http://www.denvertechinterview.com/mock-jobs) You'll choose the job description that most closely fits you, and your interview will be based on the details of that job description overall. You can select specific items if you'd like a grilling on that topic. -- Whiteboard exercises. Write working code without an IDE, or perhaps design a system from the top of your head. You'll need knowledge in a wide range of software engineering topics in order to answer these most efficiently, and to get the job. -- Focus on the fundamentals. Go in-depth on the foundational knowledge you need to answer whiteboard exercises. From data structures and algorithms to databases and language specifics.. From backend to browsers, these topics will make sure you've got the basics down pat. You can do this all over, and over again, getting your mind right, before you go do the real thing. Inspiring quote: "We choose to do this, not because it is easy, but because it is hard." -- President John F. Kennedy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbkBAOGEw) (more or less) Find out where you're strong, and help others where they are weak! The best way to learn, is to teach. About our Sponsor: Galvanize Galvanize is a Learning Community for Technology. They offer anyone with the aptitude and ambition the tools to grow their career or startup. They do that through having membership for office space, education opportunities in both data science or web development (where they have both immersive programs and part-time classes), and enterprise solutions like custom employee training, off-site events, or event space for things like this meetup.

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  • Downtown Denver Tech Interview Meetup

    Galvanize (Golden Triangle)

    Programmers, sharpen your skills or prepare for an interview. Discover what you don't know, that you don't know. Before you interview for real, practice with us. Here's what to expect.. * Choose Your Own Interview - We have studied actual job descriptions to create a few mock job descriptions that generally fit the career path of most folks. Entry Level Frontend Developer Entry Level Backend Developer Experienced Frontend Developer Experienced Backend Developer (see them at http://www.denvertechinterview.com/mock-jobs) You'll choose the job description that most closely fits you, and your interview will be based on the details of that job description overall. You can select specific items if you'd like a grilling on that topic. -- Whiteboard exercises. Write working code without an IDE, or perhaps design a system from the top of your head. You'll need knowledge in a wide range of software engineering topics in order to answer these most efficiently, and to get the job. -- Focus on the fundamentals. Go in-depth on the foundational knowledge you need to answer whiteboard exercises. From data structures and algorithms to databases and language specifics.. From backend to browsers, these topics will make sure you've got the basics down pat. You can do this all over, and over again, getting your mind right, before you go do the real thing. Inspiring quote: "We choose to do this, not because it is easy, but because it is hard." -- President John F. Kennedy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouRbkBAOGEw) (more or less) Find out where you're strong, and help others where they are weak! The best way to learn, is to teach. About our Sponsor: Galvanize Galvanize is a Learning Community for Technology. They offer anyone with the aptitude and ambition the tools to grow their career or startup. They do that through having membership for office space, education opportunities in both data science or web development (where they have both immersive programs and part-time classes), and enterprise solutions like custom employee training, off-site events, or event space for things like this meetup.

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