- Adding value to the world
- Building a sustainable business
- Learning personally
- Growing others
- Working with great people
First spot being "make the world a better place" brings it close to satire level!
Yeah, I also find these types of articles to be disingenuous. The tech hiring process is suboptimal, but it doesn’t help when you have a lot of noisy PR articles disguised as interviewing tips.
This is a puff piece that's essentially an ad for the company with whom she accepted an offer.
My go-to list is this one from interviewing.io: http://blog.alinelerner.com/how-to-interview-your-interviewe...
Joel test https://www.joelonsoftware.com/2000/08/09/the-joel-test-12-s...
I've asked interviewers "what do you like about working here."
followed by what are the things they don't like about working here.
I've gotten pretty candid responses.
https://keyvalues.io has some good ones.
This is a great list of questions! Is there a list out there on how what sorts of questions to ask for engineers or other non-PM roles?
You need to work somewhere for a while to know what it's actually like. What people tell you in interviews only has so much to do with that.