Try asking these questions in your next interview

Interviews are two-sided. Make sure you show up prepared to get the answers you need about the things you care about most.

  • On a scale from 1 to it's-literally-the-worst, how much do you hate giving out your email address?

    Trust me, I don't like giving out my email address either. People do terribly annoying things when they have your email address, and I certainly don't want to be like them.

    That's why I promise to never spam you, do my best to only send you high quality updates, and not take it personally if you decide to unsubscribe (though I hope you won't!).

    Plus, I think you'll enjoy my weekly newsletters. You seem to like the content I create, or you wouldn't be reading this! 😉

    This question will shed light on:

    • Open Communication
    • Customer Comes First
  • How often do you open up your inspector tool to bypass annoying shit on websites?

    The answer is: often enough 😂

    I do it allllll the time, so of course there'd be at least one other person out there who does the same!

    Not gonna lie, if you're reading this, you're probably above average cool. I don't know, maybe we should be friends?

    This question will shed light on:

    • CSS Mastery
    • Haha, gotcha!
    • Open Source Friendship
  • What will happen if you give me your email address?

    I'll email you a full list of questions based on the values you selected, and add you to my personal mailing list. I send an email every Thursday morning about new team profiles and tell you what I've been up to. As a first-time, solo, female founder, I'd like to think they're pretty interesting.

    A little more about me?

    My name's Lynne, the thing I'm most proud of is dropping out of grad school, I learned to code in 2015, and now I'm a developer who's building products to help other developers.

    🤗👋 I also love meeting new people!

    This question will shed light on:

    • First-Time Founder
    • C'mon, subscribe!

By the way, these engineering teams share your values: