I am publishing a book called “100 Questions and Answers to help you land your Dream Android Job (or to hire the right candidate!).
My purpose with this book, as a person that has been both behind and in front of an interview, is to collect and present on a readable way questions and tips on how you should prepare for an Android interview. This book is valid both for interviewers and candidates. I have noticed too that many of the questions asked at interviews are so repetitive, and if you google something like “android interview questions” the same set is always returned. Whereas they are still valid, if you are aiming at hiring a senior you should consider more advanced questions about architecture, patterns or frameworks. Each question is answered with a comprehensive and clear reply. Some of the questions provide a bonus, which is typically a topic you want to deep into to further analyze the knowledge of a candidate.
Questions are divided into basic, intermediates and advanced ones. Some people will argue that I could have done two divisions rather than three, but I consider important to have this intermediate category. There are many developers that have been digging for a while into Android, but they did not have yet the time of opportunity to work with more advanced topics. The classification is merely subjective and it is based on my previous experience, but it has been proven useful in my experience as a candidate and an interviewer.
I hope you enjoyed this book. Is available from Amazon and Google Play, but soon I will upload it to other channels. If you have any feedback, you can always send me an email. I will answer within 24 hours except during holiday periods.
I have set up the price as low as possible (in fact, it will not cover the time spent writing it). If your situation does not allow to buy it, send me also an email and explain me your situation.