Technical interviews can cause candidates a lot of anxiety,
mainly because there can be so much variation in how they are approached by
hiring managers. Some hiring managers
confront candidates with a virtual “final exam” from engineering school, posing
questions that may involve obscure technical minutiae. Fortunately, those types
of interviews are the exception, not the rule.
The purpose of the technical interview, from the point of
view of the hiring manager, is to validate your resume and put your skills in
context. From your point of view, the purpose is to instill in the hiring
manager a sense of “confidence in your competence”, engineering-wise.
Here are some lines of questions you should expect and be
prepared to address in an engineering technical interview:
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