I haven't tweeted recently because I've found a job. During the interview process, was a great resource for practicing and anonymously interviewing for real jobs. I'd definitely recommend:
I haven't tweeted recently because I've found a job. During the interview process, was a great resource for practicing and anonymously interviewing for real jobs. I'd definitely recommend:
A lot of hard truths in this podcast with founder . She's doing as much as anyone to make the developer hiring process more sane for people from nontraditional backgrounds.
Some fun work: with I looked at 10k+ tech interviews & how hard it is to know how you've done, busting myths along the way...women are just as accurate about skill as men, and we call for a more compassionate interviewing culture.
I routinely find myself helping 's customers rewrite job descriptions to make them sound less corporate and fluffy. Anyone want help? Thinking about devoting an hour or so a month to this.
Tech interviews are hard—no matter how good you are you have to prepare, brush up on undergrad coding questions, do dry runs, get in the right mindset, etc. It's always been stressful for me. For anyone practicing I recommend and
Impostor syndrome strikes men just as hard as women… and other findings from thousands of technical interviews – blog