As of this writing, the market is tough. We’ve been hit hard with a deadly pandemic that left thousands of people unemployed. It’s layoffs everywhere and the companies are being conservative when it comes to hiring.
As of this writing, the market is tough. We’ve been hit hard with a deadly
pandemic that left thousands of people unemployed. It’s layoffs everywhere and the companies are being conservative when it comes to
Companies are not willing to hire people with no experience or people who they’ve to train.
Your first job in tech is the toughest, you’re competing
with virtually every new college grad and anyone who completed a boot
camp. I know it can be hard to even land an interview, for someone to
give you a chance to talk and demonstrate you could be valuable
Now, the chance of you getting an interview totally depends on how your resume compares to the job description. The more relevant it is to the
skills required, the better your chances of getting an interview.
To build your resume, I’d recommend https://thetechresume.com. It’s a nice read to follow the principles when it comes to building a tech resume.
Over the past few months, I’ve been collecting resources like videos,
websites, and taking notes to prepare for coding interviews.
In that process, I made an 8 weeks study guide curated of important data
structure resources to prepare for tech interviews and honestly this
study guide was helpful to me to know what to study every day and in
following a routine for my job search.
If you’re serious about preparing for a tech interview then 8 weeks is the
minimum to be given to prepare thoroughly for a tech interview. I know
there are few who would cram up pools of content in a week or two. But, I
believe that is not a realistic or sensible approach.
Tech interviews can be intense and most companies expect you to solve problems or go through a data structure topic in detail.
Now, My study guide with resources will eat up the entire blog space. So,
Instead of straight-up dumping down the content all together, I racked
my brains on how to deliver the content in the most effective way
possible to ensure the habit of consistency and dedication stays intact
during the interview preparation process.
In this blog post, I would give you what to cover each week. If you’re
interested to know what resources to refer to when covering each topic then I’d recommend subscribing to the newsletter https://thedailycoding.com in which you’ll receive one email daily about the concept and the resources to practice.
If you believe you can find resources to relevant topics on your own then
here’s how you should plan to cover each topic every week.
To make the most out of the benefits of offshore software development, you should understand the crucial factors that affect offshore development.
Currently, women only represent 27.5% of software developers globally (source at bottom of article). The software developer community has a long way to go to reach gender equality and one of the ways to do this is to help highlight female developers.
Disclaimer: this reflects my personal opinions, not those of my employer.
Check out these five criteria for the selection of your software vendor, and you will never regret having the wrong quality product made for you.
Last week a friend asked me about interviews, it’s a good question because in our career we passed for a lot of interviews, sometimes to get a good job, change companies or probably you will be the interviewer, today I will try to cover both points of views to manage an Interview. Interviews