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xiii, 250 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Finding and hooking your next employer. What should you expect? ; Knowing how the company is preparing ; Understanding the investment a company makes -- Preparing for your interview. Search high and low for companies ; Shining up your résumé and social media accounts ; How your experience affects your interview ; Getting ready for the first ring -- Everyone's testing time. Testing strategies for the interviewee ; Working with data structures: garbage in means garbage out ; Identifying design patterns and using recursion ; Sorting with sorting algorithms ; Solving puzzles is fun -- Sealing the deal. Closing the deal ; Honing your negotiating skills -- The part of tens. Ten ways to stand out ; Ten non-technical questions you may be asked ; Ten reasons your résumé will end up in the round file ; Ten useful websites to check out ; Ten great books to read.
"Programming jobs are on the rise, and the field is predicted to keep growing, fast. Landing one of these lucrative and rewarding jobs requires more than just being a good programmer. Programming Interviews For Dummies explains the skills and knowledge you need to ace the programming interview. Interviews for software development jobs and other programming positions are unique. Not only must candidates demonstrate technical savvy, they must also show that they're equipped to be a productive member of programming teams and ready to start solving problems from day one. This book demystifies both sides of the process, offering tips and techniques to help candidates and interviewers alike. Prepare for the most common interview questions. Understand what employers are looking for. Develop the skills to impress non-technical interviewers. Learn how to assess candidates for programming roles. Prove that you (or your new hires) can be productive from day one. Programming Interviews For Dummies gives readers a clear view of both sides of the process, so prospective coders and interviewers alike will learn to ace the interview."--Publisher's website.
Butow, Eric, author.
Programming interviews for dummies
9781119565024 (pbk.) :
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