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Not sure why this question is active as it was asked 6 years ago... The languages that you listed on your resume do not go together. Consider listing computer languages in a 'tech stack' format such as LAMP, Linux operating system, the Apache HTTP Server, the MySQL relational database management system, and the PHP programming language. On my resume I have ...


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As your question is "how to prepare for an online programming exam", I'm going to assume you want to prepare for an exam that you are being asked to take. Therefore, any discussion regarding if these exams are indicators of programmer skill, or if they are useful for hiring purposes, etc., is irrelevant. As as you've already taken a few, and have not done ...


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You've made it very clear to them what your skills are, and what they are not. They've responded by explicitly stating that the thing that you are is the thing that they're looking for. That's basically the definition of "You're qualified for the position as described." If somehow it turns out once you arrive that the thing they want you for is not the ...


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I was honest with them and reiterated my non tech background... they [can] hire someone with strong UX//UI experience very easily. [They said] they're more interested that I would bridge the client/engineers/project managers gap and they can hire a design team and build processes around me. This is a valid thing to hire for. Sounds like they want (they ...


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I've had managers who understand the tech that I do, and those who don't. What they understand isn't as important as whether they understand what they understand. The fact that you understand that you don't know what they do, but you understand the importance of it, is a sign to me that you will be a good non-technical manager. If I were interviewing a ...


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They have explicitly stated that they are looking for someone with your skillset. Managers don't always need technical experience - and you have already asked for clarification of the role. There's no guarantee that this will work out well, but there never is! Check out the glassdoor review for this company, and if you're comfortable with them - go for it!...


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Usually, you are allowed some bullet points in a resume. "Software Engineer" is quite broad and can be anything from IT support with some coding to scientist developing and implementing new things in software. So some points that further explain your exact roles and also include your achievements in this role should be fine. For example, something like ...


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To me it sounds like you weren't really part of the scam. If I understand correctly all you did for that scam company was finish their training and then leave. So you never worked via them for some other company meaning you never made the scam company money, you only costed money (since you were being paid during training) I would probably leave it out of ...


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Note: The intended audience / assumed reader is the one unfamiliar with agile frameworks. One template you can follow is the Retrospective Session at the end of a Sprint. For those unfamiliar with the agile framework, a Sprint is a period of 2-4 weeks in which a specified piece of work is completed, by a team of 3-10 people, and no scope change is allowed. ...


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