Social skills

As developers usually don’t work alone but as a part of a full eco-system (Front, Server, QA, Product, Devops and many more) he must have decent social skills.

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Passion

Sometimes we get to the hard times in our job, the times where we feel like we’re working on auto-pilot. That’s where you need passion, you need the fire to find the tiniest joy in everything you do.
You’re looking for the one that “kicks” the comfort zone aside, is passionate to work and to learn new things, passionate for every little part of the job (even CSS).

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Self learning is a great skill and mastering it takes time, sometimes a lot of time. If you find that self learner, who can take a dive into something he has never seen and deliver a solution without even asking, you’ve found yourself a treasure. 

Self learning is usually in direct correspondence to being independent, that’s also a skill we’re looking for.

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This one is pretty hard to figure since no one will argue with you in a job interview, a good talk about a technical issue might help you with it. Try seeking something the candidate did and they took ownership of, give him the opposite opinion, see if his opinion is firm.

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To see if your candidate has what it takes, look for responsibility between his words, see if he says “I took the decision”, “It was my responsibility”.

Try asking “Tell me of things you’ve did and didn’t go well” and see if he takes responsibility or ditches it aside.

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