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Hey everyone! So I have been contacted about an entry level programming position and I'm going to be interviewed soon. They're doing a phone interview first, and I'm assuming an in-person interview if I do well.
So here's the help/advice part: What can I expect from the phone part, and after that the in-person part? Will they ask me to write pseudocode? Is there anything I should brush up on before this to prepare? I'm not necessarily nervous, I just want to cover all my bases.
Just to be clear, yes I'll be wearing a suit, yes I'll avoid all the stuff you should avoid at interviews. I know how to interview for an office job; I don't necessarily know what to expect interviewing for a software job.
Edit: Hmmm, I should probably be a bit more specific. The office I'll be working for writes software for financial companies. This is not a gaming job, and it's in the northeast. That should tell you a bit more about it.