This week we are at: Flatiron School,[masked]th Ave , Seattle 98101
You may need to send a message to @eDave via PuPPy slack (see below) to get shuttled up to the floor. Check the messages in this group and in Slack to find out if Flatiron was able to unlock the elevator.
Light snacks and fizzy water drinks are (usually) provided. Additionally, there are several restaurants and convenience stores within a few blocks of Flatiron School and you are welcome to eat/drink in the space.
If you work for a company that would like to sponsor food/beverages or venue space for future meetups, please get in touch with one of the hosts.
Want to shine in your next interview? Want to become a better interviewer at your current job? Join fellow PuPPy members as we prepare and practice for technical interviews. Unlike other "code kata with your friends" events, at Interview Prep Night you get a chance to do live mock interviews, whiteboard coding, and get feedback from your supportive and friendly PuPPy peers.
Our technical practice questions will be drawn from Cracking the Code Interview and Elements of Programming Interviews (in Python!). You do _not_ need to buy either book to attend the event, but we highly recommend it so you can continue practicing. Bringing code challenges or data structures/algorithms you want to practice is highly encouraged. Please _do_ bring some paper and a pencil in case we run out of whiteboard space.
To better help you prepare for the entire interview process, we will periodically provide special sessions on resume and behavioral interviews (in addition to the regular technical interview practice).
All attendees are required to abide by the PuPPy Code of Conduct, you can read the Code of Conduct here: https://www.pspython.com/pages/code-of-conduct/
You will likely need to be shuttled up to the work space. Check here and in the PuPPy Slack for elevator updates.
IPN uses Slack to communicate. Go to slack.pspython.com to join PuPPy Slack workspace, then join #interview_prep_night. Please type @denise or @eDave in front of your message to let us know you need to come up.
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