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How to Answer ‘Tell Me About Yourself…’ [DiceTV]
It’s smart to think ahead about answering what seems to be a simple question. Go on too long, ramble too much, and suddenly you’ve lost the shine you’ve been trying to present to the person you hope is going to be your manager. The key is to not to make the question a jumping-off point for what you want to say. Here’s how. continue…

How to Answer ‘Do You Have Any Questions For Me?’
The interviewer is hoping to learn about you from the questions you ask, just as you hope to learn about the organization by the questions you ask. Here’s how your two interests are aligned. continue…

Mastering the Behavioral Interview Question
Contrary to popular belief, you can and should prepare behavioral questions– questions of the form “Tell me about a challenging interaction with a coworker on _____ project.” Here are a few tricks to nail down your answers.. continue…

What To Do When You Don’t Know the Answer?
Sometimes during interviews you’ll be asked questions you don’t know the answer to. Here are some strategies for what you can do. continue…

Already Know the Interview Solution? Say Something
The purpose of algorithm questions during an interview is to test how good you are at solving problems you haven’t seen before, not to show you know the answer. Avoid a potentially sticky situation and tell your interviewer your familiar with the question. continue…

5 Ways to Evaluate an IT Company During an Interview
One of the last steps in searching for a job is the face-to-face interview. It’s not only the time when the hiring manager finds out about you and your work, but it’s also the time when you get to see the company in action. continue…

What Interviews Say About a Company’s Culture
An Interview provides a great opportunity to learn about a company’s culture. And not just because of the questions you ask: You can find out a lot from the things they ask you. continue…

Red Flags to Watch for in Your Job Interview
During an interview, a company is evaluating you, looking at your technical skills, your growth potential, your personality and more. But you get to evaluate the company on the same things. Here’s what to watch for. continue…

Seven Ways to Handle Really Hard Technical Interview Questions
So one of your interviewers asks you a hard question and you don’t know the answer. Should you try and fabricate a plausible response?  Tell them politely that you just don’t know? How do you handle it? Here are some tips to help you respond gracefully. continue…

Technical Interviews: The Good and The Bad [DiceTV]
Some developers see technical interviews as just part of the process that they have to put up with when they’re looking for work. Others think they’re great, and a great deal more think they’re the worst thing to happen to programming since <insert most hated programming language here>. Cat explains why managers like them. continue…

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