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January 2016

The Number One Interview Question of All Time

By | January 26th, 2016|Interviews, Self-Development|

I often get asked, “What’s the best interview question to ask a candidate?” Some people think it depends on the industry or the position. That’s simply not true. There is one question that should be universal in all interviews. This question can change the composition of an entire company into top performers. Who wouldn’t want that?  […]

2 Hours Until Marriage – The One-Sided Job Interview Process

By | January 5th, 2016|Career Advice, Interviews, Management|

I have a problem with the way most companies interview and hire. It all happens too fast. After only a few hours you could be married with children (so to speak). And if, after the brief honeymoon period, you decide this job/marriage isn’t for you, suddenly you’re the one demonized for being an unreliable asset. Companies have too much power in the hiring process, it’s time you start taking back some of that power! […]

September 2015

Salary History – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

By | September 15th, 2015|Interviews, Salary|

Nothing gets my panties in a bunch more than when a potential employer asks me to reveal my salary history. What gives you the right to peek into my personal financials? You’re hiring me for a job, we’re not getting married. If you’re a hiring manager or in HR, don’t ask. If you’re a candidate, don’t tell. I’ve successfully avoided this question my entire career and you should too. Read on to discover how you can do this tactfully while still maintaining your sense of privacy and dignity. […]

The Secret To Hiring The Right Person

By | September 9th, 2015|Interviews, Management|

I have written at length against conducting technical interviews. Not only are they pointless, they also promote discrimination and exclusion. “But how,” you ask, “should I be evaluating potential candidates?” I’ll give you a hint, it doesn’t have a damned thing to do with what programming language or piece of software the candidate is proficient in. What you should be hiring for is potential and character, but what does that even look like? And why is that important? […]

July 2014

Stop Asking for Take Home Tests

By | July 16th, 2014|Interviews, Technical Interview|

If you want to disrespect your prospective candidates for a job position, there is no faster way to do that than to assign a take-home assignment for them to complete to move on to the next round of interviews. Take home coding assignments especially are one of the worst things you can ask a job candidate to do. […]

May 2014

My Number One Interviewing Tip For Students

By | May 13th, 2014|Interviews, Students|

I previously wrote about how to come across as an expert during an interview. This is all fine and dandy if you’re an expert or have some experience in your field. But what can you do to impress your interviewer if you’re a new grad or changing careers? There is another secret to success that many people interviewing forget due to nerves and over-preparedness. It landed me my first full-time role and it will land you yours. That secret is… […]

April 2014

Interviews – My Number One Technique for Demonstrating Expertise

By | April 23rd, 2014|Interviews, Technical Interview|

There is nothing better for a hiring manager than sitting across the table from a true bonafide expert. Someone exuding confidence that you know you can trust with your most important tasks. I’m going to tell you the truth, being seen as an expert is a skill in and of itself. Being an expert and being regarded as one are two separate skills. I’m going to disclose my secrets to creating a rapport of expertise with my hiring managers so that you can do the same. […]

Technical Interviews – An Instrument of Exclusion and Discrimination

By | April 16th, 2014|Interviews, Technical Interview|

I firmly believe that pure technical interviews should be abolished. Technical interviews are a product of misguided thinking; they do not accurately measure a candidate’s technical ability and instead actually promote exclusion and discrimination, serving only as a barrier to entry for qualified underrepresented candidates. In short, they’re complete rubbish, make you look like rubbish, and need to be abolished straight away… […]

The Worst Technical Interview Questions

By | April 3rd, 2014|Interviews|

I’ve answered thousands of technical interview questions. Fact: they’re almost completely useless, and can sometimes be damaging to your company. If you’re a hiring manager or an interviewer, please read this to make sure you’re not unintentionally turning away great candidates in lieu of poor ones… […]

March 2014

How To Kill In An Interview And Life

By | March 19th, 2014|Career Advice, Interviews|

I previously talked about how to not be a jerk during an interview. Now, for the flip side, what’s the secret to killing an interview. I’ll give you a hint, it’s one word and it can make you more successful in just about every aspect of your life. That word is… […]

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