|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (p. -275), Internet websites, and index.
|| Outnumbered at the Googleplex: what it takes to get hired at a hyperselective company -- The cult of creativity: a history of human resources, or why interviewers go rogue -- Punked and outweirded: how the Great Recession mainstreamed bizarre interview questions -- Google's hiring machine: how they pick the one to hire out of the 130 who apply -- Engineers and how not to think like them: the value of keeping things simple -- A field guide to devious interview questions: decoding the interviewer's hidden agendas -- Whiteboarding: the art of the visual solution -- Dr. Fermi and the extraterrestrials: how to estimate just about anything in sixty seconds or less -- The unbreakable egg: questions that ask "how would you...?" -- Weighing your head: what to do when you draw a blank.
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