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My current position is at a government department, and is subject to a secrecy agreement.
I'm looking for a new job. I'm wondering how I deal with what's appropriate to talk about in job interviews, in terms what technology I've worked with, what my responsibilities were etc.
I work as a data analyst/software developer. In any job interview, I want to be able to tell the interviewer, 'this is what the software looked like, this is how I made my contribution etc'. But I don't want to break the secrecy agreement.
How would I best find out what's appropriate to talk about, and what's off limits?
I could discuss it with one of the well respected seniors in my current position, but this does put me in the awkward position of tipping my hand that I'm looking for new work.