A Better Technical Interview


Let’s make a valuable interview by setting better expectations and creating better evaluation techniques.

Let’s make an honest interview by asking instead of assuming, and treating candidates like they’ll be treated on the team.

Let’s make a collective interview by encouraging dialog and testing a candidate’s to teach, learn, and work with teammates.

Let’s make a nice interview by ensuring the process is valuable to the candidate even if they’re not yet ready to join the team.

Speaker

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Sam Jones

 

Sam believes that empathy and openness should be a developer’s sharpest tools. When programming, he loves code design, and testing. He also has a strong passion for learning and teaching.

He is a double agent at Test Double living in Philadelphia, PA. He is a cook and cyclist, lover of craft beer and good coffee, a Husband and Father.