Ace Your Next Software Developer Interview

Ace Your Next Software Developer Interview

Learn how to stand out during the technical and behavioral coding interview as a skilled developer or software engineer to ensure you get hired.

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What are you Preparing For?

If you’re ready to dive into learning the essential coding skills that will land you that next role, click on one of the interview topics below to dive into exactly what you are prepping for.

Looking for something specific? Data, Java, Python, Go, JavaScript, Machine Learning, System Design, Algorithms, and more. Browse over 80 courses with 20+ programming languages and skills that cover every area of expertise and position that companies today are looking for.
Looking for something specific? Data, Java, Python, Go, JavaScript, Machine Learning, System Design, Algorithms, and more. Browse over 80 courses with 20+ programming languages and skills that cover every area of expertise and position that companies today are looking for.

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What to Expect in Your Coding Interview

What to Expect in Your Coding Interview

As you already know, becoming a developer is one of the most lucrative jobs right now.

Companies are hiring left and right for front end, back end, full stack developers and data engineers. But in order to land one of these roles, whether you’re just starting out or already have experience, you need to stand out in the interview process.


This means acing the two major parts of the coding interview - the technical interview and the behavioral interview.


Most people practice hundreds of problems and memorize how to do them. But this is not what hiring managers want to see. They want to see your ability to apply the same strategy to a variety of situations. This shows your ability to think outside the box when problem-solving. The mistake that most developers make is assuming that’s it.

As you already know, becoming a developer is one of the most lucrative jobs right now.

Companies are hiring left and right for front end, back end, full stack developers and data engineers. But in order to land one of these roles, whether you’re just starting out or already have experience, you need to stand out in the interview process.


This means acing the two major parts of the coding interview - the technical interview and the behavioral interview.


Most people practice hundreds of problems and memorize how to do them. But this is not what hiring managers want to see. They want to see your ability to apply the same strategy to a variety of situations. This shows your ability to think outside the box when problem-solving. The mistake that most developers make is assuming that’s it.

Why Prepare with Educative?

Our learners and course creators work at FAANG and Fortune500 companies around the world From entry level to senior positions, we have got you covered. Whether you’re days or weeks away from your next interview, you will find a course that fits your time frame.

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