Transcript from the "On-Site Interview Overview" Lesson
>> Now we're to the on-site portion, the part where we all think all of the interviewing lies. And a lot of it does, cuz this is the final step. Usually it's the on-site, and then you either pass or you fail. You get an offer or you don't. And this is the part where everybody has anxiety.
[00:00:35] What does it tell about how they think? And as the candidate, you're trying to give the best showing. Cuz as my friend Brian Holt once said, when you get this far into the company, they wanna hire you. They obviously need a talented engineer. So they're really just looking for a reason not to hire you and don't give them the reason.
[00:00:54] Remember, think out loud, solve the problems, and write it all out. But above all, practice doing this on a piece of paper, not on a computer. The on-site, the part you've all been waiting for, it's writing, depending on how confident you feel in your skills. Or how confident you feel in me that I won't try to trick you.
[00:01:34] But hopefully, when you have real life interviews with real companies, you'll see variations of these. Or if you're only gonna see variations, understand the skills of what we're looking for here. And understand these core concepts that you should really know.