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- Author was on Google’s hiring committee; interned at Microsoft and Apple; has received job offers from more than 10 tech firms; and runs CareerCup.com, a site devoted to tech jobs
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- 150 Programming Interview Questions and Solutions: From binary trees to binary search, this list of 150 questions includes the most common and most useful questions in data structures, algorithms, and knowledge based questions.
- Ten Mistakes Candidates Make — And How to Avoid Them: Don’t lose your dream job by making these common mistakes. Learn what many candidates do wrong, and how to avoid these issues.
- Steps to Prepare for Behavioral and Technical Questions: Stop meandering through an endless set of questions, while missing some of the most important preparation techniques. Follow these steps to more thoroughly prepare in less time.
- Interview War Stories: A View from the Interviewer’s Side: Humorous but instructive stories from our interviewers show you how some candidates really flopped on the most important question – and how you can avoid doing the same.