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Prepping For An Interview? Interviewing for a position as a programmer can be intimidating as well as just a little bit infuriating. Unfortunately, that’s the way it is for now. If you want a job at a big tech company, they will likely be asking you questions about Depth First Search, Stacks and Queues, and Linked Lists. Let’s be positive! Learning (or relearning) these things can be great fun – so let’s spend a weekend brushing up our job skills!

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You get the Mission: Interview package with basic review materials ($49) plus  The Imposter’s Handbook ($30) plus the Imposter Video set ($19). You’ll be covered when it comes to conceptual conversations!

The Imposter’s Handbook with Videos

There's nothing better than curling up on a quiet weekend and reading a book that can enhance your career... except if that book also comes with a set of videos! That's what you get with this bundle - The Imposter's Handbook and 17 walkthrough videos that illustrate its concepts.

I spent over 5 months putting these 17 videos together (~3.5 hours), fine-tuning the audio, editing the videos down to be as concise as possible. You won’t stare at bullet points on a slide for 5 minutes while I drone on, nor will you watch me fumble about trying to type while I install dependencies. Your time is valuable, and if I’ve done my job right, you’ll turn that time into knowledge. You get these videos along with the digital book.

Mission: Interview

I loathe coding interviews. They're tedious, annoying and the questions they ask have very little to do with the job you're applying for. So why do they ask these questions?

I made the video that I wished I had years ago, when applying at Microsoft, Avanade, Google and others. Something to get me past the frustration and actually allow me to enjoy the process. I needed a video that would show me what I needed to review, the strategies involved and that, YES, it's doable. So I made one!

I also wanted to see how an expert would solve these tough problems so I asked Jon Skeet to join me for a 5-question interview session, just like you would find at Google, where Jon works. He interviews people all the time - now he gets a taste of his own medicine!

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