When you’re interviewing for a developer job, you can expect certain questions about your experience. After all, while your personality plays a part in your getting hired, the interviewer’s first priority is determining whether you can actually do the job. Read on to discover the types of questions you’ll probably face. You probably know the answers already, but practice your responses so your confidence will shine through!
If you are interviewing for a mid-level position, you’ll be asked higher level questions, such as:
If you’re interviewing for a senior-level position, expect very specific questions, such as:
If you’re asked a question that stumps you, it’s okay to admit it. Let them know that you’d have to look up the answer, or ask a co-worker. The interviewer will know you’re being honest about your abilities and that you know how to be resourceful. Plus, if you make up a completely wrong answer, they’ll doubt your skills.
When it’s your turn to ask questions, take advantage of the opportunity! You spend so many of your waking hours at work, you’ll want to make sure any company you work for has the right environment for you and your work style. So try asking:
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