If you’re going in for an interview for an engineering, programming, or web or software development position, you should know that these interviews tend to be a little different from interviews for non-technical positions. Your interviewer will still be trying to find out what your personality is like and whether you’d be a good fit for their company, but they will also be trying to assess your technical skills.
We asked our VP of Engineering, Steve Girolami, to discuss his expectations and usual practices when interviewing candidates for technical positions.
- How should you research a company before your interview?
- How can you stand out in an engineering interview?
- What qualities do you look for in an entry-level candidate?
Do you have any other questions about job interviews for engineering or other technical positions? Check out our previous post with suggestions from Steve.
If there’s something you’d like us to cover in a future post, let us know in the comments.