I was invited to a vp of engineering interview on Friday which was my first time to interview on the subject of work ethics. Here is a list of the questions that I asked and the answers that I received that I thought were most interesting.
I was introduced to the game by someone who was a friend of mine when I was in high school, and was told that I was a game developer and that I would have to write a book about the game. I asked the game if I could have a talk with him or her and he said yes.
I took the game’s interview questions with a few very little and not so little points in mind. I was asked if I was a game developer and I said yes. The game said I was and gave me a script to work from. I then got to write out a few pages at the end of the interview explaining how I got where I got to. I then got an email asking for a script, which I started to write and then realized that I had forgotten to ask for them.
I had not.
So what were the points? They were all about the way I felt about the game, I guess. I feel as though I’m a little bit on the fence about it. I feel as though I need a bit more info before I go on a rant on this subject.
You need to ask yourself, “Am I ready to go on a rant?” I feel I am, but I’m not sure it’s the best moment.
In interviews, you often have to talk about how you got to the destination you’re at, because you can’t really describe how you arrived at the point you’re at. In my case, the truth is that I came to a point where I was not even sure I wanted to be here. I can’t point to a specific moment that made me think “Yeah, I want to be here.
I always tell my team that when the interviewer asks a question like “What is your passion?” I always reply, “I love to create new stuff.” If I am asked what I do, I tell them that I am an engineer. I might get a bit more flak for it, but it also helps to have a bit of technical information in your background.
An engineer is a person who has the ability to create and design things or to make things in the first place. Engineers are often described as being good at problem solving, but I think engineers are more often described as people who are good at making things. Engineers tend to be creative, which is why they often create new things.