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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_3

3. The First Steps for Getting Ready

William Gant1 
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Nashville, TN, USA
 

In this chapter and the next few, we’ll talk about what to do to prepare for the interview. This chapter will center on the things you need to do to make the process as painless as possible. In the next chapter, we’ll discuss in depth how to practice well before interviewing. The goal here is to practice until the real thing feels easier than the practice.

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Here’s a secret that the folks interviewing you won’t tell you—interviewers are busy people. The fact that we’re hiring is evidence that there is more stuff to do than we can ...

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