Technical Interview Questions and Tips
About technical interview questions, brainteasers and riddles. Links to typical technical interview questions and answers are included. Also answers the classic technical interview question, "Why are manhole covers round?"
Example technical interview questions and brainteasers with answers. Contributed by electronics and computer engineers, and others who have collected them from real interviews.
As a promo for their guide, AceTheInterview.com posts information technology interview questions and answers, submitted by visitors. Categories include General/Fundamentals, Analytical, Algorithms & Coding, Language Specific and Microsoft Interview Q&A.
Lots of technical interview tips from Tech-Engine, specializing in IT jobs for the financial industry. Some topics have a technical or financial-industry slant and range from before the interview to after, neatly arranged in sections. Sample questions with suggested ways of answering included.
Technical interview questions, programming exercises and brainteasers with suggested answers, thanks to Microsoft interviewees and 4GuysFromRolla.com.
Sample technical interview questions provided by Australian Keith Sinclair on his personal homepage. Includes answers to some.
A chain of articles by Debra Littlejohn Shinder, MCSE and coauthor of the book Troubleshooting Windows 2000 TCP/IP. Includes lots of general technical interview tips, but leans heavily toward IT. Also answers the classic technical interview question "Why are Manhole Covers Round?"
Technical interview tips, techniques, and practice sample questions, riddles, brainteasers and such. Courtesy of TechnicalJobSearch.com.
Technical interview question samples organized by category at TechInterviews.com, including .NET, C++, Database, General, Hardware, Java, Networking, Unix/Linux, VB and Windows. Submitted by readers, HR personnel, job seekers, IT management and others sources.
A variety of sample questions about programming languages, data structure, operating systems, and electronics.
Heavy-duty programming questions related to practical problem solving and techniques. Collected from the Internet and placed on a personal Website by a guy named Vincent.