Pseudo-experience; interview experience of an incompetent interviewer


written in front
First of all, let me state that I may not be a good interviewer, and I have not participated in many interviews with large factories. I can only briefly say that I value the qualities of the people I will be working with. If you're going to be interviewing, you want the people you're going to work with to be on the same page as you, right?

hard power

Participating in an interview for a position is the first thing you can do. Need to screw the screw, you happen to be a screwdriver. Hard skills are necessary to be able to participate in and pass interviews. Hard power usually comes from the following aspects:

  1. majors studied. If you are a computer major, the four majors are your hard power. Some people will say that the four major textbooks or other professional courses are not used at all during the development process. This is a fact, but when you do not see the facts, if you encounter related problems, others may be checking the information, and you may can be solved.
  2. work accumulation. The problems you encounter at work involve your unknown areas, so be bold to learn, and take advantage of ready-made examples while you are young.
  3. interview questions. For the interview questions on the back, there is no problem, although there is a little suspicion of quick success, but the final result is that when I actually use it, I secretly secretly rejoice. Of course, if you don't understand rote memorization, it may be more difficult to secretly rejoice.

soft power

I'm a screwdriver, I can screw a screw. This is good, but not good enough. I am an electric screwdriver, I can fast and turn many kinds of screws. "How to make the concubine tolerate it is the ability of the concubine." Here are a few things I might be more concerned about:

  1. flexible. Flexible thinking, fast problem solving, many solutions, higher, faster, stronger, who does not love such colleagues.
  2. open. I don't hide anything in my stomach. You are not the only one who has encountered problems and bugs. Don't cover everything. Maybe some people don't like to be asked, but if you don't ask, I don't ask. , that also works shit.
  3. confidence. There are strengths and weaknesses. Don't avoid your weaknesses, but don't be conceited about your strengths. Confident people can stimulate the passion and enthusiasm of others, and the bar can not be called self-confidence. And the premise of self-confidence, you really study and study.

Being flexible means that you can not only know 1+1, but also 1*2. The idea is opened, the pattern is opened, and then you can dive in and do it. Even if you take a detour, the result is very good.

put it into practice

To improve your hard power, you really have to memorize the back test questions in the short term. On the one hand, the interview questions can arouse a trace of your memory, and it can also solve many practical problems in development with a high probability. So here comes the question, he also backs you, why does he want him not to you? As I said before, rote memorization is definitely not good. If you ask a little more, you will find that you have not mastered it. So take the interview questions as an introduction, to expand, learn, and master, here I have a little bit of caution:

  1. Find the knowledge points in the interview questions as much as possible. This is to prevent the interviewer from being confused when they test your relevant knowledge, but also to strengthen your hard power. This may require you not to be impatient.
  2. Get in touch with reality. The interview question may be a special scene. If you have encountered it, it is better. In this way, when answering the question, cite your own actual experience, give your own solution, and then compare better solutions. What are your shortcomings? , which were subsequently improved. However, don't snap your hats indiscriminately, because it's not the problem you've encountered, and if you insist on this plan, you'll be a little timid.
  3. Write a blog. This is actually the same as doing homework when you are in school. If you can explain it to others, then you can definitely explain it to the interviewer. From the beginning of the details, to the later grasping the key, from the complex to the simple,
  4. Don't go to the horns. You just haven't encountered some problems, and you can't figure it out no matter how much you think about them, then let them go. No one is perfect, and being denied just because you don't have a partial knowledge point should be the sadness of that person. It's a waste of time to dig into bullshit, of course, if you are a truth party, it is very good to study the spirit. As a matter of fact, we still spare ourselves a little bit when interviewing.
  5. Don't pretend. If you don't, you won't. If you haven't met, you haven't met. If you insist that you can, say a few words, and it's not particularly helpful.

What about soft power? Everyone has different personalities and different ways of working, but you must identify with yourself. That is to say, there is nothing wrong with being introverted, and there must be an introvert who fits in with you. Changing some inherent ways to cater to others may be counterproductive. Introverts may not be as eloquent as extroverts in communication and communication, but some people can't match the level of care they work. with yourself, but also with others you are introverted, you cannot reject others’ extroversion, and extroverts have to be patient with introverts. But then again, the interview is still a question-and-answer process, and if you don't answer it, it's not an introverted question. So if you think of it, express it, or you can say to the interviewer "I will organize the language", and it is enough to be clear and smooth.

About self-confidence

During the interview, self-confidence is to give the a that he is competent for the job. When an interviewer is looking for someone who can do the job, you have to say "I can." As for those words in the interview: Although I have no relevant knowledge, I can learn and master it quickly, and can make a summary later. It seems a bit official, but if you can really do it, then say it confidently, and it is the greatest nobility to do what you say.
Confidence comes from strong strength, without strength is to be humble. Think carefully about the interviewer's question and make sure your understanding is correct. It is possible that when the interviewer is also rude, if you ask "is that what you mean?", you will not feel that you are long-winded, and it is good to be rigorous. Another manifestation of self-confidence is the courage to remind . When I was a child, reciting a text might be just one word, and a sentence can be remembered instantly. Work is not an exam. With a snap of your fingers, you may be full of ideas and creativity, ten lines of code per second, and complex problems can be easily solved.
Also, don't be shy about expressing your thought process. A question may be beyond your knowledge, but you can express it if you have an idea. For example: if there is a way to convert A into B, then this problem may be solved like this. Your plan can have unknowns, as long as it's not imaginative, maybe the interviewer in front of you happens to be this unknown, and then it's like a puzzle, da da.

Should I ask the interviewer?

I don't resent asking me questions, nor do I prepare questions that are beyond my ability. The rhetorical question may be to understand what you don’t know and how others see it; it may also be to make things difficult for each other. Don't ask every question, you are really interested and want to hear other people's opinions before asking. You can also check and learn ordinary questions in private.
At the end of the interview, if the interviewer asks you if you have any questions, is generally the same as . Whether it is asking about the interview performance or the company, at least it shows that you are interested. Although it's not absolute, but if you ask, just ask, ask something serious. If you are really in a hurry or feel hopeless, and you want to prepare for the next game, don’t ask if you don’t ask, and don’t force yourself to ask.


Hard power: The back test questions are indeed the most open way, but it is more or less integrated, and it is best to combine your own experience. But really have to dive in and prepare.
Soft power: know yourself and accept others. There is always someone who can fit in with you. Be confident, express simple and accurate, and have nothing to do with the pitch of your voice or the speed of your speech.
Resume: Write if you can, don't write if you can't. If you submit your resume, please give priority to companies that are interested in the industry and that have the right technology stack.

I'm just an incompetent small front-end, chatting with others about technology and experience in order to find colleagues to work with. It's just some personal thoughts and opinions, it doesn't mean everyone is the same, and it doesn't mean everyone accepts it. Like it if it is useful, and spray it if it is not useful. Life is only a few decades, and whose life is not life.
Finally, I wish you all a smooth job search, and you will be able to ask questions.

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