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0answers
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How to start searching for job abroad [on hold]

Sorry if this is too OT, not sure on which StackExchange site to post it on. I want to start searching for a job abroad, specifically in the UK (me being from Romania). I'm a Java EE programmer. I ...
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3answers
296 views

Approximately how much is solid and broad knowledge of data structures and algorithms worth in the employment market? [closed]

I'm wondering how much I can boost my salary if I was to gain a strong and broad understanding of data structures and algorithms. I know the real basis but there are so many data-structures out there ...
2
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2answers
1k views

Interviews that include Algorithms and Data Structures

I want to start looking for jobs in great companies and I have four years of enterprise corporations development, three years with C#.NET and alomst one year with Ruby On Rails, JS, etc... But when I ...
1
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3answers
149 views

Suggestion for a Non-CSE developer

Due to financial problems, I couldn't go for CSE in my country and had to settle for a BCIS honors degree. Now, after quite some time, when I want to go for a higher position in software development ...
2
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3answers
1k views

When do you 'speak' C++ fluently? [closed]

I see that many companies require the same skill. This skill is often described as following: "Applicants are required to speak C++ fluently." I never really understand what fluent meant for ...
7
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3answers
1k views

More comfortable working on the backend, often referred for role on the front end

I have applied and have been approached for different roles in web development recently. The one thing that keeps coming up is that I am more suited to front end development than back end development. ...
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9answers
7k views

What is the relevance of resumes in the age of GitHub, Stack Exchange, Coursera, Udacity, blogs, etc.?

My resume is no longer relevant. It can no longer contain an adequate description of my technical abilities. One can get a much better sense of what I am capable of by looking at my GitHub ...
8
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2answers
560 views

Interview: how to ask development process/culture related questions

I just watched a presentation about simplicity by Rich Hickey at InfoQ where he goes over the constructs programmers use to produce artifacts and how those constructs make various trade-offs when it ...
4
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3answers
655 views

Tips and recomendations for a phone interview

A while ago I asked this question, I got very nice results but now I have a similar situation, but I'm looking for advices and I want to know if you think is possible to tell if you want a developer ...
2
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4answers
477 views

Opinion and help of the following job interview questions

I'm not familiar with job interview and software development terminology. So my questions are: what's your opinion of the following job interview questions and what is the best way to respond, ...
2
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7answers
412 views

Which skills would you look for in an offshore junior developer? [closed]

Suppose you have to interview a developer for a (not senior) developer position. The catch is that the developer is not from your country and your company would have to invest some money and time to ...
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12answers
2k views

Would a cut and paste coder ever get past a job interview?

As a long time cut and paste coder I never committed much of the syntax of a language to memory. Even worse, I now use google to solve many of the coding problems which are of the type typically used ...
8
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3answers
698 views

How do you know a company is worth-working at or not? [closed]

I'm leaving my current company, and I'm looking for a better place to work. But this time I'm confused. I don't want to walk in and out in six months again. I want to find a company which I can work ...
22
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9answers
3k views

Is this Job Smell?

Went for an interview and from what I could gather from the interviewer: Development is done to a 'wire-frame' specification where users get constant feedback and can change their mind at will I ...
19
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7answers
723 views

During interviews, how do I gauge a company's respect for my position?

I'm a web developer who previously joined a software company not knowing their value and respect went to big data analysis, not their website. Sure, they needed a public-facing website, but I ...
36
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5answers
2k views

Is it bad etiquette to ask a potential employer how they score on the Joel Test?

Developer interviews are different than most other places, because not only do you worry about the people you work with, benefits, job description, etc., you also have EXTRA to worry about after ...