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A Note About Technical Interviews

Because of the worldwide pandemic, numerous organizations have gone completely distant. This is extraordinary as it permits competitors across the world to apply, yet this can be overwhelming for a...

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Mistakes To Avoid In Your Technical Interviews

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1) Use headphones

I always recommend using headphones for your remote technical interviews. They’ll help reduce background noise and ensure you hear the instructors clearly.

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2) Charge your computer

Remote meeting tools can quickly drain your computer battery, especially if you’re live coding. To combat this, have your computer plugged in for the entirety of the interview if possible.

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3) Test your camera

While remote interviews allow us to be in a safe and familiar environment, we can often forget to remove unsavory items from the background of our video frame. I always suggest running a test meeti...

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4) Facing Recruiter Phone Interview

Your first meeting will be an enrollment specialist telephone meet. During this call you'll examine the work, the organization, and what you can anticipate from the screening. Try not to mess with ...

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5) Facing On-Location Interviews

Numerous applicants discover the on-location meetings to be the most unpleasant as it expects you to get away day from your present job to finish them. You will probably have three or four meetings...

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Tips To Win Technical Interviews
  1. Do a Test-Run With Your Computer.
  2. Pick the Perfect Spot for Lighting.
  3. Forgo Virtual Backgrounds.
  4. Remove Distractions.
  5. Log on Early and Test Setup.
  6. Sit U...

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