Technical Interview Preparation

A technical interview is designed to help an organization evaluate a candidate’s knowledge of coding algorithms, data structures and common software development terms (e.g., binary trees, strings, arrays, queues, graphs, linked lists).

Although interviews of this nature do not reflect the typical day-to-day work environment of a software developer or product manager, the ability to think through problems, develop solutions, and craft plans to test and implement them are central to the profession.

Tech interviews are often the first step in the interview process. In other words, employers seeking technical candidates want to learn what a candidate can do before they learn who they are.

Technical Interview FAQs