Tag Archives: Interviewing

Finding Startup-ish Jobs

All through university, the question of “where do I want to work” has been looming over me and I’ve always had a stock response in the back of my mind. The stock response enabled me not to worry about job searching too much. When the time came to truly get a job, though, I realized [...]

Computer Science Interviewing Techniques

As a follow-up to my reverse interviewing article, below is an outline of some of my theories on interviewing in general.
Reviewing vs. Cramming
Preparing for interviews is a smart idea but there’s also some things to be careful of. Preparing can be split into two methods: reviewing and cramming. Reviewing material which the interviewee has previous [...]

Reverse Interviewing for Computer Science Jobs

In the first few months of my senior year of university, I’ve probably spent close to 30 hours interviewing for prospective employers1 and received offers from a few of them as well. With so much interviewing in such little time, it’s pretty easy to recognize patterns and potential motivations behind interview techniques. These techniques are [...]