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hi labview community,

 

i don't if this is the right place to post this but i'll post it anyway 😛

so , i'll have an interview for a labview developper job, and i want to ask if anybody have an idea what type of question are asked in interviews like this?? any exemples? if anyone had an interview before i'll be glad if he helps me.

 

Thanks

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First, make sure any correspondence such as your resume, you spell LabVIEW properly.

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In addition to knowing (and understanding) the proper name for LabVIEW, you should be prepared to tell him/her (a) how many years of LabVIEW Development experience you have, (b) what level of certification (from NI) you have achieved, and (c) a description of the successfully-completed LabVIEW Projects on which you have worked.

 

     I would also recommend bringing the Documentation for one of your successful LabVIEW Projects.  Providing good Documentation for work you have already accomplished would, I think, be a very strong indication of your skill and experience.

 

Bob Schor

 

 

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Additionally, just clean up your spelling and grammar.  It seems to me that English isn't your first language, but we all understand using Caps where appropriate and we do know how to use a spellcheck.  (Unless, of course, your spellcheck is region-specific.  Ugh.)

 

Many interviewers will make the (not completely unjustified) jump from "sloppy grammar" to "undisciplined programming".

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thanks guys for your help. I know that LabVIEW is spelled this way, and i know what it stands for. i will take notes for all your answers. thanks again LV community.

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@billko wrote:

 

Many interviewers will make the (not completely unjustified) jump from "sloppy grammar" to "undisciplined programming".


I was really hoping for a pun here, like "sloppy grammar" to "sloppy programmar" Smiley Very Happy

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@Gregory wrote:

@billko wrote:

 

Many interviewers will make the (not completely unjustified) jump from "sloppy grammar" to "undisciplined programming".


I was really hoping for a pun here, like "sloppy grammar" to "sloppy programmar" Smiley Very Happy


I'm (hopefully) more imaginative with my programming than with my posts.  😄

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