The tech job interview strikes fear into candidates, partially because it forces them to face unknown variables. This guide is intended to help you practice beforehand -- upping your confidence when you're in the hot seat.
The purpose of the technical interview is ostensibly to evaluate your level of knowledge or skill in the topic areas relevant to the position for which you're being considered. However, there's more going on in most interviews than that. In reality, as you struggle to explain the differences between DHCP and BOOTP or frantically search your memory for the best definition of "asynchronous," your interviewer is likely to be judging you on any or all of the following:
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