Monthly Archives: April 2010

Microsoft interview study guide: Part II of II

This posting details a candidate´s viewpoint and advice on interviewing with Microsoft. Our guest poster, Joe, has further recorded his insights on his recently relaunched blog My Technical Interview Experience. In Part I, Joe wrote, "Now that I’ve been through the Microsoft interview (and many just like it), I’m here to present you with what I […]

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Microsoft interview study guide: Part I of II

This posting details a candidate´s viewpoint and advice on interviewing with Microsoft. Our guest poster, Joe, has further recorded his insights on his recently relaunched blog My Technical Interview Experience. Preparing for the Microsoft interview can be an overwhelming task. You have very little time to study for what seems like an endless amount of material […]

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Your Story: Interviewing at Microsoft by new hire Thom Mitchell – Part II

Part II: The Day of the Interview (read Part I here) I got to the Microsoft lobby about 10 minutes early. After a somewhat anxious period of waiting in the reception room, I began the interview loop.  I ended up interviewing with five people – some were managers, some were peers and some were dotted-line […]

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Your Story: Interviewing at Microsoft by new hire Thom Mitchell – Part I

Microsoft has a legendary reputation as a difficult place to interview, but a great place to work. Some months back, I was pleasantly surprised to receive an email from a Microsoft recruiter requesting an interview for what sounded like an interesting pre-sales position. The next day, the recruiter called me and spent some 30 minutes […]

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