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Web Applications Developer Interview

Web Applications Developer
Houston, TX

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at University of Houston in November 2008.

Interview Details – The interview focused on basic OOP concept. Also with emphasis on providing technical support and maintaining existing website. You should also be familiar with deploying the website at their own Windows 2003 server. They have their own domain so must have knowledge about Active Directory and how to manage the domain. Also, you must be good at Adobe Photoshop and Indesign because during international conferences and delegation visiting atleast 3-5 times a year, you may be asked to create logos and also to create posters and/or create a booklet in Indesign.

Interview Question – Why do you want to work for the education sector?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – If you are experienced, you need not to negotiate. You are paid well.

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