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Erik Malund
01/26/06 07:35
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Mt Airy, Nc

#108365 - no, but given them
Responding to: Frank Jin's previous message
I will meet software development manager first and then HR will give me a SOFTWARE test.
sounds like fun, you meet engineering and then HR gives a SW test. I hope HR is not to rate it.

Is there anybody here been through this kind of test before or maybe give some ideas, sample?
no, but given them. I can, of course, not state anything about what purpose the company you interview with has. I can, however say a few things about how I do it.

My purpose with a test (I give the test as a "conversation over a piece of paper") is simply to determine if the applicant has knowledge of engineering or if it is limited to copying, which, unfortunately, is true for more and more new "graduates".

There is no way you can hire a perfect fit, the purpose of the interview is, for me, not to see if there is a fit, but whether a fit is likely within a reasonable time.


List of 21 messages in thread
Job interview and software test      Frank Jin      01/26/06 07:10      
   no, but given them      Erik Malund      01/26/06 07:35      
      Interviewing      Ian Bell      01/26/06 08:43      
      I need to correct something      Frank Jin      01/26/06 09:23      
   I'll second      Kevin Timm      01/26/06 07:43      
   Bullshit filter      Oliver Sedlacek      01/26/06 08:40      
      |HR      Steve M. Taylor      01/26/06 09:24      
      more      Frank Jin      01/26/06 09:33      
         nothing personal      Erik Malund      01/26/06 09:39      
            developed or downloaded      Frank Jin      01/26/06 09:57      
               not funny, but very sad      Erik Malund      01/26/06 10:40      
            Variations      Ian Bell      01/26/06 14:17      
         Only test examples      Jez Smith      01/26/06 09:43      
            Interview Technique      Ian Bell      01/26/06 14:21      
         I don't believe      Kevin Timm      01/26/06 11:30      
            A lesson I learned in 1983      Joseph Hebert      01/26/06 13:05      
      3 deliberate errors      Frank Jin      01/26/06 09:40      
         Random questions      Andy Neil      01/26/06 14:36      
            it is helpful      Frank Jin      01/27/06 10:29      
         Sadly not      Oliver Sedlacek      01/30/06 05:11      
   Try this one      Andy Neil      01/26/06 09:05      

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