Notes from 23–30/6
I think what’s most important is to illustrate your own experiences that you do what is said in these interview questions.
How do you collaborate with others?
- Authenticity is critically important, and that has three pillars: understanding XFN priorities, transparency and empathy.
- Building credibility is essential in a flat organization; boasting and ego-driven credentials are anti-patterns.
- Influencing technical decisions begins with active listening and signaling that you understand the issues as well as the desired outcomes.
- Hard conversations are part of authentic communication. You have to tackle these head-on with openness and self-awareness of your own weaknesses.
How do you solve conflict?
- Conflict often arises when cross-functional teams fail to recognize and understand the trade-offs necessary to achieve outcomes.
- In order to help team members be more self-aware and empathetic, you can walk through the process from the perspective of their own team and draw corollaries to other teams.
- One thing some managers miss is providing opportunities for stakeholders to revisit and revise their agreements as the reality of implementation sets in.
Provides a great direction for what to do
Knowledge Graph — A Powerful Data Science Technique to Mine Information from Text (with Python code)
Uses networkx alot on a pandas dataframe
Might be useful to see the different courses that are competing with us
If I ever somehow need to do this
Replacing generic walkthroughs with contextual onboarding flows
Recommends a total of 900-1800h of study over 9 topics. That’s absolutely crazy! It’s spending almost 5 hours a day for an entire year. I suppose what’s important is to just pick a few things and learn them in depth.
Literally just launched, need to find a good way to use this
Absolutely brilliant idea I can port to Notion!
Not sure why this is particularly useful, a picture or gif will do
Looks super useful, might be better than neo4j?