[melbourne-pug] finding an internship (Rick Lee)
afort at choqolat.org
Fri Aug 10 04:02:39 CEST 2012
On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 11:45 AM, leerick <leerick at gmail.com> wrote:
> As for Andreux who's hijacked the thread to talk about interview techniques, I agree with Kevin. When I was doing interviews for vet nurses the most important factor was the "spark". A combination between enthusiasm, confidence, wits, and ability to learn. I often chose those with less experience because it meant we could mold them into the type of nurse our clinics demanded.
I wrote that on a phone in a hurry, so my apologies. I feel ability !=
experience. If one has code examples (or a whole project) that you can
quiz them on, that's ideal, and that's the sort of programming
questions I like to ask. So, yes, write as much code as you can
without the experience of coworkers, and do something novel. Not sure
how that's hijacking, since that was an answer to your question :).
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