Stefan Kecskes

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching

Interviews these days...

Interviews these days… Interviews are the dreaded part of the job search process. They can be nerve-wracking, stressful, and sometimes downright bizarre. Only software engineers will understand what I am talking about. What if I could show how conversations on interviews feel to non-software engineers? Let’s explore some hypothetical scenarios where interviews are conducted in a typical way for software engineers. If Job Hunters were interviewed like Software Engineers Interviewer: Welcome, and thank you for joining us today.


Hello World, Hello Blog

Welcome I would like to present some stuff I’m working on or was working on, to show you what level of expertise you can expect from me, in case you hire me. I’m mainly a backend developer, that’s what I enjoy the most. I code web applications and style up using the latest technologies on the web (at least I’m trying to). But I also like the way where the current front end is moving (using Bower packages or rather newer npm packages, compiling Less or Sass and preparing application builds using Gulp) I know how to make some quite nice tricks with onsite SEO, speed up the page to load under 600 miliseconds, implement caching, loadbalancer, varnish etc.