"When hiring a technical manager, an employer will look for candidates with the management skills and industry knowledge to oversee company projects that require members to have large amounts of technical knowledge, usually in the form of programming and software development. Some of the interview questions you may be asked will target your management experience and philosophy while others will focus on your understanding of the technical processes you will be working with in the project."
Q: Describe a situation where you disagreed with a superior about a project direction? How did you handle it?
A: I picked an example and described how I would meet with the person directly to find out reasons for the opposition, discuss compromises and ultimately come to some type of resolution. I hate this type of question. I get it. They want to see how you work/think during certain situations. But seriously, this is inane.
No coding questions. System design only at a very high-level.