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Microsoft interview final round for M1 position in Sydney Interviews I had 3 rounds of my interview for a cybersecurity M1 managerial position in sydney. 2 of them were with peers & last one today with the hiring manager. While first two I believe I smashed because of their positive response and feedback, last one today I might have stumbled a bit in one of the technical questions. I handled behavioural and scenario based questions very well.

The hiring manager mentioned to connect with him on LinkedIn & so did one of the peers as well. I don’t know what to make out of this ?

The recruiter mentioned I would only have 3 rounds as part of the process & she will let me know the outcome next week.

I am extremely anxious and nervous because it’s kinda my dream role ! Any suggestions ? Thoughts ? Experiences that might help me stay calm !

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  • Chill. There's always Google. Feb 10 at 9:20
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    Have you been a hiring manager before applying for this job ? If yes, you probably know the routines... Feb 10 at 10:38
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    "How do I stay calm while waiting for the outcome of an important decision" is not a Workplace question but a personal one. It's no different from staying calm while waiting for exam results. Feb 10 at 11:10

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The hiring manager mentioned to connect with him on LinkedIn & so did one of the peers as well. I don’t know what to make out of this ?

Nothing much.


I am extremely anxious and nervous because it’s kinda my dream role.

Stay Calm.

When you are a manager for a FAANG company, perhaps, there will be many more challenging and stressful tasks than waiting to see if you will get a job offer from a FAANG company.

(Wait... Wait... For Microsoft, that acronym would be FAAMNG, MAANG, or MAMANG, right ? For DELL computer company, it may be DAANG, MADANG, or MADMANG right ? By now, people have got tons of acronyms for these companies.)


Any suggestions ?

Wait till next week as the recruiter said.

Apply for more jobs at other companies (either FAANG, MAMANG, or just normal companies.)

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