Preparing for a Python Interview: 10 Things You Should Know

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    The interview process can be very intimidating. There seems to be so much material to study and it may be difficult even knowing where to start.

    In this video, we will go over 10 different things you should know before going in to your first Python interview.

    Here are a few links I mentioned in the video:

    When to use a list or tuple?
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1708510/python-list-vs-tuple-when-to-use-each

    My video on Comprehensions:

    My video on Generators:

    What is a T-Shaped Skillset?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-shaped_skills

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    2. For people who is preparing for interviews to get a job into IT companies follow these tips:
      1. Brush up your programming skills use platforms like hackersearth for practicing problems.

      2. Topics like data structures and algorithms, DBMS, computer networking, OS, software engineering etc should be at your finger tips. You have to be really good in those subjects specially in DSA.

      3. Go through interview questions and give mock interviews.

    3. I have been programming Python for like 25 years now on a regular basis and I still don't know how print formatting works. I guess I would fail an entry level Python interview. 🙂

      Thank god I can architect and develop entire embedded systems on my own (using C, C++, Python, Javascript, VHDL, Verilog, printed circuit board design tools, analog circuit simulation tools and mechanical CAD software, not to mention that I taught myself the use CNC machines now) and so I don't have to do freaking interviews any longer. Just shows you that experience can't actually be tested with language syntax questions. What you really want to do in an interview is to task the applicant with something that he or she has not seen, yet, and see how he or she reacts. That is what really happened at all my interviews. With regards to computer languages I told them that I suck at remembering language syntax and that what I will write on the board will probably cause a syntax error, so they should treat it more like pseudocode. And even with that true statement I always got hired on Engineer IV positions. This was right out of school, mind you, I never had to do supervised engineer I-III work in my entire life.

    4. 00:37 Know how to write code on a whiteboard or paper

      01:30 Know basic python control flow

      02:52 Be able to discuss how you've used python

      04:48 Know how to solve common interview problems

      08:45 Know basic python datatypes and when to use them

      11:08 Know how to use list comprehension

      12:39 Know how to use generators

      15:00 Know the basics of OOP

      18:00 Have Python related questions ready to ask your interviewer

      19:47 Know the basics of other technologies

    5. i have a question what if i have a list of problems that makes me prepare for interview, however some of these questions (problems) i didnot solve it before or i donot know its idea, therefore i see the answer after 24 hours of trials to get around the problem. is that right,?? but i feel if the question comes for me again im not sure that i can remember the answer. so what i should to do ?