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Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
"Fast"... 44 minutes ;)
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
Very useful topic though, it's a good thing you spent extra time. I'm just poking fun ;).
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
Now I'll add something somewhat productive LOL.

One of the funnest interview questions I've been asked was one of those "Figure out how the interviewee's problem solving works". I was given a networking scenario (Network Admin at the time), and asked how to solve it. I would provide actions like checking if local to a PC or multiple PCs and ipconfig and they would return me the results of my actions, back and forth, to eventually get to there was a problem on the DNS server. I think almost every technical interview I've ever had had one of these types of questions. Would be worth making sure you know how to handle basic troubleshooting as well. Some of these may be helpful to you Troubleshooter. As would Debug.Print

Now I'll watch the video and see if you mentioned that as well :).
Richard Rost              
2 years ago
Yeah... I know... the FastTips are getting longer. LOL. Consider it 36 "fast" shorter tips. LOL

I had an interview once back in the early 90s, one of the first companies I ever worked for. They had a PC set up with interview questions on it. The interviewer left me alone and said he was dipping out for lunch, and would be back in about half an hour when I was finished. They were long-form questions, "why do you think...?" kinda stuff. I could see all of the questions on the screen (only like 20 of them) but after I typed in answers for like 3 or 4 of them, the PC locked up. I could still see all the questions, so I wrote them down, as well as my answers, on paper (it was the 90s. I still carried a notepad in my briefcase... yeah... it was the 90s). Anyhow, the guy comes back from lunch and was super impressed that I actually took the time to write everything out by hand. I told him I would have just rebooted the computer, but I knew it had a password (I watched him log in). LOL

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