How to Ace the Technical Interview: Page 6

Posted January 21, 2008

Deb Shinder

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Surviving and thriving in the technical interview is both an art and a science. Interviewing is a skill, and as such, the more you do it, the better you'll get.

A few resources to help you along the way include:

Ace the Technical Interview, by Michael Rothstein, published by Osborne/McGraw Hill. Includes updated information about Java, Visual Basic, UNIX, PowerBuilder, Oracle, and other "hot" technologies.

Finally, remember that if you don't get a job offer as a result of this interview, that doesn't mean the time was wasted. Consider it a learning experience. After all, many people pay good money for "practice exams" that allow them to get familiar with what the experience of taking a certification exam will be like. You got this "practice interview" for free - and if you're smart, you'll analyze it and use it to help you prepare for the next.

This article was first published on Server Watch.

Original date of publication, 9/18/2003

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