Hello, everyone, I am the programmer Navy, and it is the recruitment season of gold three silver four. This article summarizes the pitfalls I encountered in the interview last year, as well as the interview pits encountered by the people around me. After summarizing and analyzing, this article is published. Send it to
金三银四 you who are looking for a job, luck in finding a job Very important, timing is even more important!
About the technology stack
I learned about the front-end market and what tech stacks you need before preparing for the interview.
Since my interview is
中级前端开发岗位 , the following are some requirements for intermediate front-end positions
- Bachelor degree or above, with more than 3 years of work experience in front-end development; [negligible]
- Proficient in
HTML5and other front-end technologies;
React, with development experience in
- Know and use
Node.jsfor front-end project construction
- Proficient in use
- Proficient in the differences between mainstream browsers (
IE6+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari), can quickly locate and solve various compatibility problems; 【
- Familiar with the principle of
Webpackconstruction, and can solve problems independently.
- Under the framework of
uni-app, carry out mobile multi-terminal (
HTTPprotocol related knowledge, familiar with
The above are the technical stack requirements for intermediate front-end positions.
On the north side
uni-app Require more points. If you are skilled in these three, you can basically submit them casually. easy.
On the south side
React 全家桶 +
About the interview
- Remote written test【Niuke.com】
- Tencent Conference [Video Interview]
- telephone interview
Remote written test:
The interviewer prepares the interview questions in advance on the platform, and the interviewee takes the written test within the specified time. During the written test, make sure that the video and voice work normally. It answers the code questions in the webpage window. Some companies will create scene questions and let the voice When answering the question, the audio will be used, so when entering the webpage, you must remember to authorize , otherwise you will not be able to interview.
Video interviews are generally conducted through Tencent Conference . Since I have met many different places, most of them are video interviews . Let me talk about the basic process of video interviews and the questions that the interviewer will ask you about:
- Self-introduction [This link is indispensable and very important]
- Interviewers survey your tech stack
- The interviewer surveys your project
- project role
- Project difficulties and how to solve them
- What did you gain from this project
- Reason for leaving
- Do you have any questions to ask? [Answer]
I have faced so many off-site interviews, and there are also a lot of phone interviews. In fact, I want to briefly understand the specific situation of the interviewer, and more on-the- spot skills to test the technical level of the interviewer.
Regarding the three types of remote interviews, they are generally available in large companies , while small companies generally conduct on-site interviews.
Just last week, I resigned. Since I had negotiated several companies in the remote interview before, I came to the site to discuss salary. I ran the interview in Beijing. During this period, I also interviewed several companies. The on-site interview was really tiring. I had to run back and forth, which was inefficient and tiring. It was not bad to be able to run 2 companies a day~~
During this period, I met a few companies and felt that the efficiency was a bit low, so I thought about it seriously, so many companies in the market are recruiting front-end engineers , and there are so many people looking for jobs, how to find a front-end project that is suitable for you?
- First of all, you need to know what kind of company you are looking for.
- salary requirements
- What is the intensity of overtime
Now that you know how to find a job that you are satisfied with, how do you choose a more suitable company from so many companies that meet your needs and save more time ? The next step is to communicate with
HR to choose the right company.
I came to communicate with
HR from the following points:
- How many people in the R&D team
- How many people in the front end
- There are several front ends
HC[very important, you need to know how many places there are]
- Does the company make self-developed products or outsourced products?
- The direction of doing is C-side or B-side
The premise of the above is that in the case of passing the resume, screen it according to the above conditions, and choose a job that is more suitable for you, so that the efficiency of the interview will be higher, otherwise you will waste your time in the morning. During this period, I also met a few silly X companies.
Be sure to
HR communicate well, you can't accept the situation, and now some company information on the recruitment software does not match the real situation, so that you won't be running for nothing, I encountered it.... 997 has not worked overtime yet Fee, no time off...
Through the screening of layers of conditions, you can conduct an efficient interview, and the chance of success is relatively high.
There are also many friends around me who have recently been looking for jobs, some have been interviewing for half a month, some have been working for a longer time, and finally joined the job.
I communicated with them how they found them. They send their resumes widely, and then go to interviews, which is very inefficient.
This is mainly after you pass the technical interview,
HR will communicate with you to discuss. There are a lot of pits here, figure it out by yourself
The specific process is roughly as follows:
- How much is your monthly salary
- What is your annual salary at your previous company?
- What is your salary structure like?
In the end, the final salary will usually be determined based on work experience + personal ability + last home salary
The following data is for Beijing , and the overall situation is similar.
The process of looking for a job is really torturous, and you should feel it deeply if you have looked for a job! I had to run back and forth. I went to the interview venue. After half an hour, the interviewer replied, "Go back and wait for the news. My heart suddenly became cold..."
The above is my experience of job hunting during this period of time. It is neither long nor short. I also encountered many pitfalls during this period. I will share these experiences of avoiding pitfalls with you, hoping to help you who are looking for a job.
There is still a long way to go, you are still young, come on!
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