the Only One Question that Matters for the FrontEnd developer interview: #3.9 the funny cats

the Only One Question that Matters for the FrontEnd developer interview: #3.9 the funny cats


Hi! In the previous episode I started talking
about boosting your career. Let’s assume you’ve been successful and been
invited to attend an interview. Let me share with you the only question that
matters. I’m Anatol, and you are watching the Good
Parts of the Frontend development. If this is your first time here and you want
to learn Frontend and JavaScript, start right now by subscribing and don’t forget to turn
on the subtitles. [Music playing] Are you invited to attend an interview? Let’s imagine for a moment that you do care
about results and surprisingly your interviewers too. It is not a typical case, however, quite possible. You represent yourself in a favorable light
now it’s high time for your questions. It is a perfect moment to decide whether you
want to work for this company or it is just an excellent chance to get more experience
in passing an interview. You can ask whatever you want, e.g., about
corporate culture, free coffee, challenges, paid vacation, social benefits, whatever. Most people have encountered that awkward
moment. However, don’t be shy! Joel Spolsky recommends asking twelve questions. In my experience usually, only between 3 and
5 minutes are left at the end of the interview for the questions. Quite a bit of time, isn’t it? And sometimes this part is even forgotten
or ignored. So you can draw your conclusion on interviewers’
attitude. 3 minutes! Forget about twelve questions. There’s only one question that should be asked;
this is the question that matters — and the one and only one I do always ask my interviewer. What do you expect from the best person for
the position? When you talk to a recruiter, HR manager,
team lead, project manager, or even CEO you should keep in mind, that everybody has their
vision of an ideal candidate, a set of skills and experience they expect from you. So, ask them, talk to people. Everyone has their picture in their head. It is your task to figure it out. This question gives you a chance to analyze
your strategy and their expectation. You should decide will they match up with
each other. In case of failure, afterward, you’ll be
able to review your answers to learn new skills and develop yourself in the right direction. It’s always a good idea to use a chance to
adjust your development plans. Therefore, there is the only question that
matters: What do you expect from the best person for
the position? [Music playing] If you like this video give it “thumbs up,”
share it with your friends, subscribe to the channel and watch other episodes. Thanks for watching and keep going.

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