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Are there any resources indicating what the most common or "de-facto" standard is in technical interviews in the webdev and web application development fields?

If not, for those of you who have gone through technical interviews for web-development could you give a taste of the kind of questions you are asked to solve and/or questions you would expect to be asked and by what techniques (whiteboarding etc...)?

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Are you the one hiring and looking for questions to ask or are you trying to be prepared? –  davidk01 Mar 30 '11 at 4:58
    
@davidk01 - I am trying to be prepared... –  Myles Gray Mar 30 '11 at 12:34
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There are many websites dedicated to this .

I am not sure about web development , but in general careercup is an excellent resource.

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would you mind explaining more on what it does and why do you recommend it as answering the question asked? "Link-only answers" are not quite welcome at Stack Exchange –  gnat Sep 18 '13 at 12:05
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