We're always told to code as much as we can in order to develop our programming skills and eventually land a job. However, as many programmers know, all that schooling and practice is just not enough to get through most coding interviews. Coding interviews are very stressful and they vary from company to company. They can ask you anything from personal preferences (ie do you like a small, or large team), all the way through questions about complex algorithms - even if the job doesn't necessarily call for them. This extreme variance leaves many prospective coders with a high amount of anxiety before, and after a coding interview.
Luckily, there are some things that you can do to prepare yourself for your next coding interview that should help reduce anxiety and hopefully make you successful in landing the job you've always wanted. In this week's podcast, we sat down with TJ Kinion, a recruitment expert that works at a coding bootcamp called LearningFuze. TJ is LearningFuze's Program Manager/Career Services Director/Director of Admissions, he helps people get change into new tech careers in web development, UI/UX, and data science. This expertise gives him some great insight into the world of tech interviews, the exact thing we tapped into during our interview with him. We hope that this helps someone get through their interview prep and more importantly land the job they've always wanted!
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