Re: Advice needed for an upcoming interview
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I have a job interview on Thursday. I documented an embedded version of
company's product at a previous position, so I have some familiarity with
it. But self-doubt begins to creep in as the interview approaches,
especially since it's scheduled to last 4 hours and includes a technical
and I feel that my technical skills are my weakest attribute (shamefully,
don't know any programming languages).
Does anyone have advice for how to endure such a long interview? What
of questions should I be prepared for, especially from the VP and the SE
that will be interviewing me?
The company's product makes heavy use of both regular expressions and
There were recently a couple of threads about good API documentation that
are good resources. But how about regular expressions? Any suggestions for
reading up on those?
I am just starting out in this field: if I get this job, it would be only
my third position as a technical writer, so please excuse these rather
nervous and fundamental questions. Any other advice, of course, would also
be greatly appreciated.
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