Most asked tricky interview questions

How many of you had stumbled upon an interview question you haven’t prepared yourself for, and your mind drew a blank? Before I go to a job interview, I usually take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked. Also, I review sample answers and advice on how to answer these typical interview questions. More...

Top important things for career

As you consider what you are looking for as the next step in your career, what are the top three things that are important to you? The most important step in managing your career is to know yourself. This is true whether you are just beginning your career, or are well-established. Taking the time to focus on knowing yourself better will help you make decisions about your career and professional development that will lead to long-term satisfaction. If you skip this step, you run the risk of making career decisions without regard to what you really want, which can lead to dissatisfaction with your career. More...

Top 30 questions you should ask the interviewer

Participating in a job interview is a two-way street. Learn about a company by asking the right questions during an interview. Most interviewers will give you a chance to ask them questions. The quality of your questions will be a factor, whether subconsciously or consciously, in their decisions. Some questions may come to you during the interview, but you can - and should - prepare questions in advance. Doing research on the company or team may help you with preparing questions. More...

Interview Questions for Senior and Mid Software Engineers

I found these questions in Scott Hanselman blog. Certainly Scott Hanselman wasn't trying to boil all of .NET Software Development down to a few simple "trivia" questions. However, questions by Scott get folks thinking. Believe that really good ASP.NET (and for that matter, WinForms) is a little more than just draging a control onto a designer and hoping for the best. A good race driver knows his car - what it can do and what it can't. Scott Hanselman say his comments regarding to inteviewing process: "I do a LOT of interviewing here (Microsoft), and for a while we were hiring ASP.NET people.  Here's some of the questions that I asked them.  I came up with these questions because you'd "just know" this stuff if you spent time working on a REAL WORLD ASP.NET site - through design, development, debugging, production debugging, and deployment.". Check these questions out! More...

Debugging top 10 mistakes candidates make on tech interview

Most often interview mistakes are discussed many times on many sites. But I want to express my opinion on article on careercup.com web site that I like. Here top 10 of mistakes by career cup: Practicing on a Computer, Not Rehearsing Behavioral Questions, Trying to Memorize Solutions, Talking Too Much, Talking Too Little, Rushing, Not Debugging, Sloppy Coding, Giving Up. I will express my opinion on each mistake and my solutions on it in green color. For software engineering jobs, most companies, especially startups, just can't find qualified candidates, but the problem is that this candidate mistakes are common for big companies too. More...