Interviews should be about How to search(google) for some problem.

Interviews should be about How to search(google) for some problem.

I guess Interviewers should only measure how to search (google) for a solution and not be about something else.

All interviewers (including me at some point of time) ask the following type of questions for the person who wants the job:

  1. Ask him IQ or some puzzel questions trying to measure how smart is he/she.
  2. Ask him some Database question measuring his abilities to write queries.
  3. Ask him some Design problem to see how he can think in higher level.
  4. Ask him specific programing problems measuring his experience in Java/C++/ ... etc.
  5. Ask him some hard question for measuring his/her ability to solve hard problems and may be innovate algorithm.

But I guess all of this is nonsense as the most important thing is how to search -google- for what you want as much as you are a good googler as much as you are a good developer.

SO Interviewers should ask the person that came to catch the job to do something like:

Can you develop recursive problem using AKA language?
This is not specifically what I mean but I mean questions should contains something that force him to make search so I asked to develop something using AKA which is language not know by many people.

to be continued ...

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