Mock Job Interview practice

A session at Boise Code Camp 2016

Saturday 19th March, 2016

3:05pm to 4:20pm (MST)

Session Level: 100

Are you ready for that important job interview? Want to practice?
During his engineering career Joel has participated in countless interviews, both as an interviewee and interviewer. This session might help get some kinks out. Don't blow your key interview. This is strictly practice for your benefit. I don't work for HR and am not collecting resumes.

After a short introduction and links to free resources, Joel will moderate as the group breaks into small groups for conducting peer-to-peer mock interviews. This is your opportunity to face your inner demons / quiet a few butterflies. Bring copies of your resume if you want peer feedback but please exclude all personal contact information. Privacy and politeness are expected and required.

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Joel H. Robinson

Software QA Engineer, Idaho Senate candidate bio from LinkedIn

Joel Robinson has been a software developer and test engineer for 40+ years. Yep, he's pretty old! But somehow he still manages to excel in software QA and integration. Joel currently works for iTradeNetwork.com doing manual testing as well as release and bug management. He has an MSCS and MBA.

Joel has also run for public office (lost) and served on the boards of various charities. He enjoys skiing, snowboarding, as well as conversing in Spanish and American Sign Language.

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Time 3:05pm4:20pm MST

Date Sat 19th March 2016

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