A little bit of background story of mine. I studied Electrical Engineering for a year. During that time, I realized 2 things:
This was enough for me to switch to full time computer science program (which I did).
Another factor was of my siblings' influence on me.** Being the youngest one among all of them meant that I got to learn tonnes of things about scope of higher education, latest trends in industry etc. To be honest, I am lucky because of them. They were the ones who went through the wall and got bloody unlike me.**
In terms of job hunt, my initial perception was that it wasn't going to be that difficult because of 2 reasons:
However, I realized that my perception was wrong. I*t's one thing to know about different interview hacks but it's another to actually sit in front of the panel/interviewer and deliver right answers in small span of time.* At every step of interview I realized that** there's always somethings that either I didn't knew or I had read it somewhere wasn't able to recall at that time**. All of this lead me to adopt the following strategies:
=> Interview Prep
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