**WHAT IS IT ABOUT?**
We'll be talking about how to survive – and thrive – in the software development interview process, including tips and tricks for answering both behavioral and technical interview questions.
Our guest speakers / panelists will discuss:
1. Basic tips on answering behavioral / resume-based questions effectively.
2. Key problem-solving techniques to apply during screening interviews and technical / white-board interviews.
3. Personal stories of their own interview experience.
4. How the process works at their organization – and how to succeed in their process.
5. Resources for those who want more information and practice.
**WHO IS SPEAKING?**
Our speakers and panel will include:
Senior Mobile Engineer @ Human, Inc.
Software Development Engineer @ Fred Hutch
Software Development Engineer @ Expedia, Inc.
Software Engineer 2 @ Usermind
**WHAT IS THE FORMAT?**
We'll have a quick introduction followed by guest speakers and then open Q&A for everyone. There will be time after for socializing with fellow attendees and speakers as well.
**DO I HAVE TO BE AN EXPERT? A STUDENT?**
No and no. This Meetup is open to all who are interested and is meant to be an introduction to the topic.
**WILL THERE BE REFRESHMENTS?**
Yes! Thanks to Bucha Belly, we will have fresh, Seattle-made Kombucha on tap. Please visit https://www.bucha-belly.com for more information.
We'll also have bottled water and light snacks available.
**WHAT SHOULD I BRING?**
A sense of curiosity, good questions, and maybe something to jot down notes and questions during the talks.
**HOW SHOULD I GET THERE?**
North Seattle College is served by several buses and rideshare services. We encourage folks to use public transit and carpool if possible, but parking is available for a small fee on campus. Parking is very limited in the neighborhood surrounding campus.
David Inman Photography: http://davidinmanphotography.com
Bucha Belly: https://www.bucha-belly.com
North Seattle College's Application Development Program: https://northseattle.edu/bas-app-development