When it comes to finding your next job in tech, it can be easy to get carried away and rush head-first into applying to the first one that appeals to you. Enthusiasm can sometimes take over pragmatism and while being proactive is admirable, taking the time at the start of your search to come up with a plan will make your activity pay off quicker.
Personal branding was once a business card whose sole purpose was a means to connect. As the Internet took centre stage, social media platforms enabled people to “brand” themselves online and build a following of people – this became the evolution of the business card a personal brand.
To succeed at your work having great passion is a must – but demonstrating your passion, enthusiasm and drive in a job interview is not easy… especially if you have not done so before.
To be prepared for tech job interviews you need to be in a position where you have clear and concise answers for every possible question thrown at you, ideally with good anecdotes around your previous experience. No doubt you’ll do most the talking as you explain why you’re a good fit for the role. However, it’s just as important for you to ask questions during...