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Presentation: How interviews ask coding interview questions
Coding interviews (aka. whiteboard interviews, or programming interviews) are the primary tools used by Indeed and major tech companies (e.g. Google, Amazon, Facebook) to measure technical skills for potential employees. There are a lot of articles and talks to help interviewees prepare and perform well on the coding interview. However, not many of them share insight into how employers conduct coding interviews and their challenges.
This talk is mainly for companies/managers who want to improve their hiring, or persons who are inspired to be a good interviewers. Wanasit will share his insight on how Indeed (and other tech companies) designed their interviewing processes and trains interviewers, including their principles and challenges.
For the interviewees or students, this talk helps you understand the interviewer-side perspective, thus, helps you prepare for the next interviews. It also includes a few uncommon interviewing tips at the end.
Wanasit Tanakitrungruang, Software Engineer, Indeed
Wanasit works as a Software Engineer at Indeed. He has been at Indeed for more than 7 years and he has worked in both engineering and management roles. He is also a part of interviewing trainer working group at Indeed (where he wrote interview questions and coach other interviewers)
Greg Weng, Backend Engineer, Mercari
Greg is a language enthusiast. He likes to learn and play with programming languages. He previously worked at Mozilla (Taiwan) and Rakuten (Japan). Now he is working at Mercari (Japan).
|19:30 - 19:35||Opening|
|19:35 - 20:10||Wanasit's presentation and Q&A|
|20:10 - 21:00||Networking|
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