That job candidate graduated from the computer science major of Shanghai Communication Universityin 1983. His working experiences outnumber the sum of mine and my lead developer's. So what?
From the very beginning, I found he was not professional and his personality is problematic. He waved his hands too frequently in the interview. In a job interview, one's remark should be water-proof. In any case, one cannot do the following things:
1) prove that interviewer's questions are stupid or meaningless
2) prove that he/she is superior to the interviewer technically
Honestly speaking, my lead developer made a deal with me before we interviewed this candidate. If he did not make our CEO and President angry, we would make an offer even he failed all of my Java questions.
Before we interviewed hi, our lead developer called him and we have already known that he has been home for half a year, and he is eager to get this position.
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