How To Answer Job Interview Questions

How To Answer Job Interview Questions
Learn from the industries leading experts exactly how to elevate your interview. In How To Answer Job Interview Questions you will discover exactly how to:

-Answer and phrase questions
-Make yourself memorable and stand out from the rest
-When to follow-up
-And more!

The book provides everything you need to know about your corporate, business and management job interview. Sample interview questions and answers will put you ahead of the competition. Graham is a leader in interview preparation. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Did You Even Read My Resume? Beat the HR Bots and Land Job Interviews

Did You Even Read My Resume? Beat the HR Bots and Land Job Interivews
The job market is a battlefield. Hopes, dreams, and aspirations compete against eagle-eyed hiring managers. If your resume is going to stand out, you need to know how to make an impression. Learn how to stand out from the crowd in this step-by-step guide that takes you from a blank page to a well-written resume. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Coding Interview Insights

Coding Interview Insights
If you’re a computer programmer or coder who constantly messes up at interviews and has trouble landing the job of your dreams, then read on: This book could change your life—and move your career into top gear!

Interviews are never easy. And if you’re applying for a coding job, the interview process is harder than most.

Not only do you have to answer all those tricky questions about yourself and why you want the role, but you could be asked to come up with complex algorithms on the spot or write faultless code on a whiteboard.

You keep failing and find yourself in a never-ending cycle of interviews and rejections.

But it won’t be that way for long. When you follow the guidance and expert tips contained in this book, you’ll be able to crack your next coding interview and land yourself a job in one of the top tech companies!

The key to performing well in a coding interview is preparation.

So, don’t try to wing it.

Instead, it’s important to prepare thoroughly, so you can answer the questions you’re asked better than everyone else.

Inside Coding Interview Insights, you’ll discover:

How to prepare for a coding interview
How to create a résumé that stands out to tech recruiters
How to answer technical and non-technical questions
How to interact with your interviewer
How to get a job at a tech giant
How to negotiate when you receive an offer
How to avoid making common mistakes
And much, much more!

Whether you’re searching for your first tech job or are an experienced programmer who’s trying to move up the ladder, this book will set you up for interview success.

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Author Interview – Stephen T. Brophy

What inspires you to write?

Stephen Brophy

These days, I’m inspired by free time. As you approach (and maybe even surpass) middle age, you start to realize how precious that time really is, and you want to find the most creative and pleasurable ways to fill it that actually remind you that you’re alive. I’ve spent enough time being passive and excessive in my misspent youth, and it’s easier to write with a lifetime of experiences under my belt, and no pretentious notions about doing this for posterity, wealth or fame. Writing is and should be fun. Not “man, this is easy” fun, but the pleasure that comes with working your ass off to do the best job you can while also recognizing that you get to spend your time in a world of your own making playing god for awhile.

What do you like to do when you are not writing?

When I’m not writing, I’m frequently wishing I was. Of course, when I AM writing, I frequently look for any reason not to be, and having the internet piped through the typewriter might be the best/worst thing to ever happen to writers. Mostly, I like to spend time with my wife and kid, friends, being spontaneous but not exhaustively so. I used to write and perform sketch comedy and much as I loved it, I aged out of the bracket enough that it started to seem like an unseemly unpaid hobby. Middle-aged sketch comics should be well-paid with way more TV and film credits than I have. I love movies, comics, reading, all the usual stuff that us pasty genre-writer-types are into. Also, sleep. Sleep is terrific. Never get enough of the stuff.

What is your favorite book of all time & why?

Wow, that’s a tough question to answer without changing my mind and my answer halfway through. I love Hunter Thompson’s “Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas” for the wild thrills it gave me as a teen, the balls-out fearlessness in both prose and narrative that made me feel like I did when I heard punk rock for the first time. I love Don Delillo’s “White Noise” for showing me that you could be a grown-up writing literary fiction and still have a crazy science-fiction brain. I love Philip K. Dick’s “Valis” and “A Scanner Darkly” for being batshit scifi of the mind that felt like it was happening next door and to people I knew. I love Alan Moore’s “Watchmen” for making me believe that his weird heroes had long histories and adventures sprawling out behind them that were better hinted at than known. I love Brubaker’s “Captain America” run for reminding me that comics could be grown-up and fun. And I owe a huge debt to Austin Grossman’s “Soon I Will Be Invincible” for waking me up to the idea of the growing genre I’m currently working in, superhero fiction, or as some call it “capepunk.”

Are you writing more books? If so, what is your next release?

I am on the verge of releasing “The Eternity Conundrum,” a short prequel to my novella “The Villain’s Sidekick” that will go up for FREE on Amazon very shortly. The full-length sequel, “Citizen Skin,” should be finished by the end of this year and out early 2015 (free time willing).

Tell your readers something about you that they might not know yet.

I am so totally an Aquarius who does not believe in astrology.