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Surviving the Whiteboard Interview: A Developer’s Guide to Using Soft Skills to Get Hired by William Gant

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© William Gant 2019
William GantSurviving the Whiteboard Interviewhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5007-5_11

11. Interview Questions

William Gant1 
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Nashville, TN, USA
 

In addition to the information you should be gathering about the job in the interview, you also need to be prepared for some of the kind of questions that an interviewer will ask. If you followed the previous advice about how to research the company and how to appropriately construct your resume, you will actually end up with a surprising level of control over the questions being asked. Good research informs the structure of the resume you send to a potential employer. A good resume changes the questions that you will be asked so that they work to your advantage.

However, let’s ...

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