Interview with the Vampire [ukr]
A technical interview is a multifaceted and diverse phenomenon, everyone has their own experience of both passing and conducting such interviews. I, after conducting a dozen public interviews and several dozen non-public ones, want to share my observations and conclusions with the audience and try to figure out together with the audience how to pass and conduct interviews so that they bring maximum benefit and results to both parties.
Let's talk about the purpose of technical interviews, try to consider different types of interviews and determine what benefit or harm they bring, pay attention to the most common mistakes of both candidates and interviewers, and make a cheeky attempt to derive the formula for an ideal interview.
- Solution Architect at Edvantis
- Serhii Babich a man of extraordinary abilities and with absolutely no modesty. Speaker, blogger, YouTuber. Take away his billions and what will be left? That's right, the same Babich, because he didn't have any billions!
- Thirteenth year in web development, fifth year in speaking. Someone knows him, someone will hear about him for the first time, someone still curses the day when they agreed to stay with him for a beer after the afterparty
- Worked both with ReactJS, AngularJS and Angular, as well as with little-known libraries which names he no longer remembers. Partly because of memory problems. From all of this, he only likes HTML and CSS
- He has his own Telegram channel, actively posts on LinkedIn, shoots videos for YouTube. Writes about life. Swears everywhere
- Lead his YouTube channel "Сергій Бабіч та Дивовижний світ веброзробки"
- Telegram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Skillreveal