A Technical Interview and A Lesson in Preparation

One of the hardest parts of starting a new career is the eventuality that you’ll have to interview with a new company at some point. While this process is rarely a pleasant experience, it becomes especially daunting for the rookie developer trying to find that first job where you break into the “real world” of software development.  I recently went through a few interviews and wanted to share one of my experiences.

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The Benefits of Code School Internships

One of the biggest “catch-22’s” in the junior developer world is the problem of finding a company that will hire you with very little on-the-job experience.  Most companies are asking for 1-2 years experience for junior/entry-level positions which can feel unfair when you first get out of your code school or boot camp.  How are you supposed to find a job to get that experience if everyone wants you to already have the experience?


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