Job interviews come in all forms with different goals. Recruiters typically want to know that you’re qualified, have the necessary experience, and that you’re presentable to a client. Once interviewing with your client, you’re more likely to be meeting a hiring manager who has in-depth technical experience and they may test you to ensure you can back up your claims.
We’re increasingly hearing about developer interviews that have a whiteboard component or some sort of challenge where the candidate must solve a coding problem in front of the interviewer, discussing how they’re coming to their conclusions. If you’re currently preparing for one of these interviews, or anticipating one in the future, check out this insightful video from CS Dojo. It provides multiple strategies for solving a coding problem and advice on how to work through and explain your solutions in a job interview.