ARE YOU UNABLE
TO THRIVE IN
TECHNICAL INTERVIEWSWant to learn some tricks? Then you’ve come to the right place.
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Imagine you are about to enter a room for the interview. Twenty-two candidates have been there before you. Said something about themselves and came out. And twenty-two will go after you and do the same.
So it does not matter, what you will say. The person sitting in the room will not remember anything about you.
Or can you make the interviewer to remember you ten, twenty or even hundred days after the interview? While you have spent five minutes, telling him what you do?
Is it possible to embed your personality into the interviewer’s brain?
A simple answer is yes, but only if you understand the simplicity and predictability of the human brain.
This website is exactly the place where you will learn the psychological tactics. You will learn about the interview process, and you will learn how to prepare and succeed in technical interviews.
The Purpose Of This WebsiteI created this website to write information about how to succeed in technical interviews. The same type of information, I wanted to read myself ten years ago. But there is a long story on how and why I did this, and here it goes.
My Life story
My name is Brooks. I came to Denmark in 2003 to study for B.Sc in Electronics Engineering. I had only 1000 US dollars on my arrival.
I knew no one in Denmark. I was standing at Copenhagen airport and had nobody to talk, nobody to turn to, and did not knew what to do.
For the first three days, I slept on the floor in a local cultural center in Copenhagen.
I had so many passions as a kid. So many dreams of going to a European country and getting a degree and career in engineering. Now I was here, but it was a terrible start.
The first job I took was delivering newspapers. I would walk 200-300 buildings every night.
During the day I would attend the university. All in a hope to have a bright career of my dreams.
I was tired of this strict routine but was still happy and satisfied.
Finally, I graduated in 2008 and tried to find a job as software developer. But the first 100 or so companies I applied rejected me.
I tried everything I can, but all I got were rejections. I got depressed. I cried on the ground and felt broken.
There was no hope of getting the job. It was hard to keep the ends meet. With fear of going back. All my dreams getting crushed.
But I kept going; I kept learning from all of these rejections.
How I Created This Website?
Finally after 150+ rejections. I was able to get my first full-time job as a software developer.
During the past ten years, I have reinvented my career numerous times. I have gone from barely making ends meet, doing things I hate to this day doing the stuff I love.
I have worked for largest Scandinavian companies. I have received job offers from Google and Microsoft.
After my years of research, rejections, and failures. After reading more than fifty books on human psyche and behavior. I figured out the best strategies for thriving in a job interview.
I created this website which I wished someone else had built when I started my journey more than ten years ago.
I do not know if this will work for you. But I can guarantee you that. It has worked for me over and over and over again.
And It has helped thousands of other readers of this site as well.
There is nothing you cannot do. There is nothing you can not be. There is nothing you cannot have.
Remember Interviewing is just a process. And the decision to ace technical interviews is a decision to fight.
And I am going to redefine your perception of fight.
What it means to be successful in interviews?
What it means to be great?
What it means to beat the competition?
I want you to do three things now
-Subscribe to my mailing list so you will get my best stuff and always be updated
-Read my most popular articles to get started and see yourself how you will get amazed.
And in the end remember one thing
"85% of your financial success is due to your personality and ability to communicate, negotiate and lead.
Shockingly, only 15% is due to technical knowledge." Carnegie Institute of Technology