Joe Kraus (JotSpot) write about the three questions he uses to help assess engineers during the interview process. I was glad to see that I had reasonable answers to all three. :-)
Do you have a blog?
I do. You're reading it.
What's your home page?
As Joe suggests, I rolled my own a long time ago. It's at http://jeremy.zawodny.com/start-page.html. Feel free to bitch about my choice of search engine. Just remember that I built this page before Firefox existed, so I didn't have a ever-present search box in my browser. (Hint: Yahoo! Search was Google back then.)
Do you contribute to an open source project?
Yes. I've patched both Perl and MySQL. I also created mytop, DBIx::DWIW, Geo::METAR, and probably some stuff I've forgotten.
Do I get the job? ;-)
Ken Norton (also of JotSpot) recently wrote How to hire a product manager. Can you tell they're hiring?
Posted by jzawodn at June 22, 2005 06:11 PM
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