Algorithms Track: Panel Discussion "Interview Tips and Tricks"

Presented by WWCode London

Let's be honest: passing an interview is a separate skill. Fortunately, while you're preparing for tech interviews, you also grow as an engineer and a leader. Join us for our panel discussion on interview tips and tricks, and how to land your dream job!

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Jamica Ortiz (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jortizbr/, https://twitter.com/citrusmatcha)
Jamica is an Engineering Manager for a Fintech scale up based in London. She's been a backend engineer for twelve years in different fields before making the jump to management with her current role. She has interests in distributed systems, high performing teams, diversity and inclusion in Engineering, and reading books.
Abhipsa Mishra (https://www.linkedin.com/in/abhipsa-mishra-684a4326/)
Abhipsa is a Software Engineer with more than 10 years of rich experience across domains such as Investment Banking, Sports Betting, Website Application Development, Search Technologies, Big Data technologies, Enterprise Application Services, etc. She is passionate about programming, algorithms and learning more about the world of technology & business.
Arai Sabyrzhan (https://www.linkedin.com/in/araisabyrzhan/)
Arai is a Backend Software Engineer with a broad range of skills: from developing APIs and their data models to data-intensive processing systems. 3 years ago she won a scholarship from the Yessenov Foundation in her native Kazakhstan, where she competed among 90 participants to have a 6-month internship in a US startup and has been living in the US ever since. Recently, Arai has got a new job at Google.
Irina Kamalova (https://www.linkedin.com/in/irina-kamalova/)
Irina is an enthusiastic Backend Software Engineer with several years of experience. Her work history includes building software in a huge bank of Russia, at Yandex and currently, she’s working for Revolut. She delivered great releases and she’s always chasing how to impact the business in the most efficient way with her code contributions. She is also a strong advocate for a healthy and safe environment in the workplace. As a result, she became a Lead of WWCode and outside of her job she’s mentoring people in improving their technical and personal skills to obtain the job of their dreams.
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