Krypto <krypto.wiz...@gmail.com> writes: > I am now appearing for Job Interviews these days and I am wondering > if anybody of you appeared for a Python Interview. Can you please > share the questions you were asked. That will be great help to me.
I've given some interviews for programming positions. I find it worthless to ask questions about the language; instead, I ask the applicant *what they've done* with the language.
Then, I ask them to write some code, usually something simple but poorly-specified, and observe their approach to the task. That tells me far more about their knowledge of the language than answers to quiz questions; it also tells me far more about them as a programmer, which is what I actually care about.
-- \ "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more | `\ complex... It takes a touch of genius – and a lot of courage | _o__) – to move in the opposite direction." —Albert Einstein | Ben Finney