Becoming a Software Engineer at Microsoft [Q and A]

Becoming a Software Engineer at Microsoft [Q and A]

There is a lot of advice online for people interested in joining Microsoft as a Software Engineers. In this post, I decided to share with you the most common questions I’m receiving throughout my career from Developers interested in working at Microsoft, together with my answers.
*please note that the below answers are based on my work experience and refers to Engineering teams in Europe

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Code Newbies, here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now!

Code Newbies, here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now!

Let’s be honest: when you’re a Code Newbie and just started learning to code, the idea of jumping on GitHub and doing something there might be…intimidating. I’ve been there, other Engineers as well, so don’t worry! Here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now.

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How to prepare for a technical interview (and “live coding”​ part) for a Software Engineer role?

How to prepare for a technical interview (and “live coding”​ part) for a Software Engineer role?

I hope that the below tips would be useful for you and you’ll rock your interview!

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14 tips to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile

14 tips to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile

I spent more than 9 years in recruitment and I’m pretty sure I have seen thousands of resumes/CVs/LinkedIn profiles during my career 🙂 Even though I’m no longer hiring, as a Software Engineer, I still have opportunities to do reviews (e.g. as part of my initiative where I’m helping #WomenInTech – check my Twitter and Instagram for more details).

Below are my tips for getting the most out of your LinkedIn profile (based on my profile).

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