2014-04-06

How to or not to interview (IT)

I was reading various blog entries about interviews and various stuff around getting hired as I was looking for my next gig.
This would have been a nice blog series, but I got hired again, so I'm dumping here the most interesting ones for fellow job seekers and eventual employers reading.

The negatives:

The positives:

Tips and tricks of trade:

Tips for employers:

Note, my viewpoint is very subjective, I have the wanna be hired stake.

After reading all this stuff, if I could choose I would want a CV check, phone/skype screen, then work a few payed days on site. No whiteboard coding please -- who wants to swim dry?





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