This is the second article from my “iOS Developer — preparing for a recruitment process” series. You can read the first one about writing a good CV here:
In this part, I’m going to cover the first stage of a recruitment process which is a technical screening. It’s usually a short (20–50 mins) call with a recruiter from a company that you applied to or a recruiter from some agency working for that company.
During that short call you are going to talk about the following topics:
We all know that preparing for an interview in a tech industry is not easy. There are so many things that you can be asked about, regardless if you are an Android, iOS, backend or web frontend developer.
I have decided to write a short series of articles, explaining — based on my experience and knowledge — how to prepare for a recruitment process as an iOS Developer. …
At the end of March this year, when the coronavirus lockdown began, I started missing table tennis. I decided to create a mobile app for table tennis players and enthusiasts. I already have a few personal apps and games in the iOS App Store but I wanted Forehand to be a bigger, multiplatform (iOS and Android) and long term one. Something like a personal business card for a mobile apps developer.
As I’m an iOS developer, I started from an iOS app. It’s 2020, I’m starting a new iOS app, sounds like a great opportunity to learn more about SwiftUI…