Discover some of the other questions that you may want to ask of the company if they don't get covered. Focusing on the work environment and allowing pets in the workplace are things companies are doing to boost morale, and might be good to ask.
- [Narrator] At some point during an interview…the interviewer may ask you…if you have any questions for them.…One thing a C++ developer should consider…is their work environment.…Will you be working in teams or alone?…And will you be mentored by anyone senior?…And for how long?…What about remote work?…Will it be possible to work from home on some days?…Or was a security clearance required for this job,…and therefore the work can only be done…on in-house computers?…Other items to note, that make great questions…for anyone eager to join a development team are,…what are the work incentives?…Things like college tuition reimbursement…are great for those who want to continue their education,…but what about learning a new IDE or a new version of C++?…Will the company pay for you to attend a workshop…to brush up on your skills or learn something new?…Do they encourage their employees to attend tech talks…if it relates to the work you are doing?…Or are they a "If you want to learn it,…"you pay for it," type company?…Along the lines of tech specific questions,…
- Getting ready for interviews
- Types of questions you can expect
- Comparing C and C++
- Strings and arrays
- Linked lists
- Stacks and queues