Domain specific interviews

Domain specific interviews

Domain-specific interviews usually entail specific knowledge about the technology you are most comfortable in.

In order to pass these interviews, it is important that you’ve built projects in the relevant technologies. With a take-home test, be prepared to put in a ton of work.

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The 2 types of software engineering interviews and how to prepare for them

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Know your strengths and weaknesses and remember to have fun during the search process.

Interviewing is a great way to meet people, learn about new technologies and search within yourself. Failure and rejection are part of life so work hard on what you can control and don’t worry about what you can’t!

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It's industry standard to have a few rounds, comprising of phone interviews, screen shares and in-person interviews. 

If the interview involves a screen share it's most likely going to cover computer science fundamentals. If the interview involves a screen share it's most likely going to cover computer science fundamentals. Take-home projects commonly test domain-specific knowledge. It's common with agencies and startups.

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Computer science interview questions can generally be solved with six different types of algorithmic approaches

  • Depth First Search / Breadth First Search 
  • Greedy 
  • Sliding Window 
  • Divide and Conquer 
  • Recursion 
  • Dynamic Programming 

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But this crash-course approach doesn't necessarily equip aspiring developers with the skills or experience they need. Universities and software certificate programs also don't teach the skills employers value and expect.

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  1. Screening call or on-site interview: lengthy when done by HR and short when it’s someone technical, also not a good time to fire all your questions.
  2. Technical interview: where your knowledge is assessed by professionals of the field.
  3. Technical assessment, homework or pair programming: a practical test of your skills.
  4. Final interview: meeting the rest of the team or company leaders.
  5. Offer.

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How to interview your interviewers when you're looking for a job

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Finding The Best Candidate

Companies involved in a long, drawn-out interview process forget that the best candidates only briefly surface on the job market and don’t stay there forever. Surveys indicate that most candidates lose interest in the job if they are kept waiting in line for longer than two weeks.

Recruitment should not be delayed, and if it is due to a valid reason, it has to be communicated to the candidate waiting for a reply.

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The rise of never-ending job interviews

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