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A programming interview is a technical job interview in the software industry or in information technology (IT) departments of major corporations to test candidates’ technical knowledge, coding ability, problem solving skills, and creativity about computers. Candidates usually have a degree in computer science, information science, computer engineering or electrical engineering, and are asked to solve programming problems, algorithms, puzzles, and/or computer related technical questions as used in Microsoft interviews.
When I worked for Hewlett Packard, part of my job was to interview “top-notch” C++ programmers to add to our team. These programmers would join my team of proven top-notch C++ developers whose job it was to debug the most complex problems and triage them to be fixed by the product development team.
Oftentimes, I’d sit at the interview table and look at a resume of a supposedly “expert C++ programmer” who had over 15 years of experience, and I’d ask them one simple question about C++, but they couldn’t answer it.
In this video I’ll talk more about the process of coding interviews and why it is important to companies to realize this process and what you can do about it to make sure you’ll destroy every chance of getting busted.
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