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I have 3.3 years in, how to prepare to interview ?

give some suggestion and ideas
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 16-Dec-14 8:26am    
Relax, sleep well, eat good, tell only truth...
Thanks7872 16-Dec-14 8:50am    
Adaying 23-Sep-15 8:31am    
Here are my 2 cents, I hope someone will find them useful:

- Brush up on key concept's definitions, this is just because I don't want to have any troubles in explaining myself when asked for some fundamental questions.

- Investigate the company that is interviewing you, yes they probably specified in their job ad what they are looking for, but by investigating you can speculate a lot more details then that the job description says.
With this information you can focus more on some specific technologies.

- Prepare for whiteboard or paper or whatever tests, nowadays they are rather common so you should definitely practice this a bit.
For example I recommend you take some programming tests from TestDome, like these HTML, CSS and JS coding tests together with these C# coding tests and try to solve them on paper (without using the IDE, Visual Studio).

As in most "general" queries these days, Google is the place to start: Prepare for interview[^] - there is plenty of advice there, most of which is summarised by Peter..."Relax, sleep well, eat good, tell only truth..." - either you know your subject or you don't: if you know it, then show you know it. If you don't, you don't stand a chance.

So relax, and prove what you can do.
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