This article is the 2nd in my series breaking down Meta interview questions which I actually gave as an interviewer during my time there. There's a lot of misinformation around how Big Tech judges candidates, and this series' goal is to demystify all that and help you
Back when I was at Meta, I interviewed ~100 engineers, specializing with data structures and algorithms (DSA) questions (internally known as the "Ninja Round"). Meta has a pretty rigorous and standardized process for training its interviewers, and I really came to appreciate that as I worked at the
It's hard breaking into the industry as a software engineer. Here's how to hit the ground running in school.
In the past 5 days: * Google laid off 12,000 * Microsoft laid off 10,000 * Amazon laid off 18,000 When I joined Meta back in 2017, I never expected to see large-scale layoffs at the biggest, most profitable tech companies in the world (Meta laid off 11,000 employees
Congratulations, you are now proficient with both algorithms and behavioral questions and are at the final step: System design questions. System design questions are scary and tricky, because they have no right answer, similar to behavioral questions. This is why these questions are crucial for passing your software engineering interview:
You now know how to ace data structures and algorithms questions, but you’re not sure how to tackle the second most common kind of software engineering interview questions: Behavioral questions (otherwise known as “cultural questions”). Well, you’re in luck, because this article will teach you how to do
You made an awesome resume, applied to a bunch of jobs, and landed a couple interviews. You diligently prepared for them, and the time has come for the real thing. So what should you do once you step foot into that interview room? Well, that's what we'