Going through an interview is –for many of us- a big deal whether you are the interviewee or the interviewer.
As an interviewee, you have a certain level of experience working on each technology listed in your resume –that's why you have it listed there in the first place-, and you expect to be asked about that technology. However, sometimes your information is not current about a particular topic. This may be due to any number of reasons. You may not have worked on it for a long period of time; it is always being taken care of by another colleague or for any number of reasons.
Even if it is something that you work with all the time, you still might need to find a more polished and professional way to present it to the interviewer.
As an interviewer, your task is not any easier!
You need to be in charge of the whole interview by asking questions in a professional manner so that you do not confuse the interviewee.
You need to cover all the topics, of the technologies, required for the position you're hiring for. You need to determine whether the interviewee's skills really match what is stated in their resume or its just some one who studied a few chapters of a book or a website.
The goal of Dev Interview Questions is to help both of you find questions and answers you need, about particular technologies.
In addition to providing an extensive set of interview questions, if studied in sequence; each section could be used as an introduction to the topic it covers, even if you have no prior knowledge about that particular. Please do not take the last statement as an invitation to add any or all of the categories listed on "Dev Interview Questions" to your resume -if you are applying for a job or preparing for an interview,- unless you have prior knowledge or working experience in that particular area. An experienced interviewer can easily uncover that simply by asking questions about real-life situations that they have encountered during their professional career.
Last but not least, we do not claim that this website is by any means complete. It will always be a work in progress. We just hope that you may find it useful.
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