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ISBN 0-9744355-6-2
ISBN 13: 978-0974435565
Library of Congress Number: 2004101843
150 pages - Perfect bind - 9x7  PD 404
Computer Certification
 IT Job Interview Series # 2 

  Conducting the UNIX Job Interview
IT Manager Guide with UNIX Interview Questions

Adam Haeder
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This book is the accumulated observations of the authors interviews with hundreds of job candidates. The author provides useful insights into what characteristics make a good UNIX programmer and offer their accumulated techniques as an aid to interviewing an UNIX job candidate.

This handy guide has a complete set of UNIX job interview questions and provides a complete method for accurately accessing the technical abilities of UNIX job candidates. By using UNIX job interview questions that only an experienced person knows, your DBA can ask the right interview questions and fill your UNIX job with the best qualified UNIX developer.

Key Features

* Assists the IT manager in choosing the best-qualified UNIX professionals.

* Provides proven techniques that can accurately ascertain a job candidates suitability for an UNIX position.

* Lists the personality characteristics of successful UNIX professionals and how to identify candidates with the right demeanor.

* Describes methods for evaluating academic and work history for UNIX professionals.

* Includes managers’ checklist of personality and background characteristics that indicate a suitable UNIX job candidate.

* Covers techniques for quickly scan resumes and find the best-qualified UNIX job candidates.

* Includes oral interview questions for UNIX developers and UNIX Analysts.

About the Author:

Adam Haeder is one of the nation’s foremost experts in UNIX and Linux technology. A respected instructor and brilliant author, Adam is a Vice President at the prestigious Association for Information Management Institute in Omaha, Nebraska. Expert in Intel hardware and UNIX internals, Adam possesses the rare combination of management and technical expertise that is critical to the outstanding IT consultant. Adam is a certified Linux administrator (LCA), A Cisco certified Networking Associate (CCNA) and a Cisco certified academic instructor (CCAI).

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - Introduction to UNIX professional
    Preparing the UNIX job offering
      Preparing the incentive package
      Defining the Required Job Skills
      Basic skills for the UNIX Professional
      Basic IT skills
   UNIX Certified Professionals
   The value of UNIX certification
      Training for certification
   Characteristics of a top-notch UNIX professional
   Sample job sheet for an UNIX DBA
      UNIX Job Requirement sheet
      Work experience
      UNIX Certification
      Publishing and Research
      Personal integrity
      USA Citizenship
      Additional Specialized skills
Chapter 2 - Qualities of the successful UNIX
 Evaluating Employment History
      Fraudulent work history
      Evaluating Personal integrity
      Evaluating Academic history
   Personality of the Successful UNIX Professional
      A Curious nature
      A Tenacious disposition
      Polite Manners
      Detail Orientation


Chapter 3 - Roles for the UNIX Professional
Managing the UNIX Job Interview
   The Role of the UNIX professional
      Configuration management
      System security
      Monitoring and tuning
      Backup and recovery strategies
      Communication skills
Chapter 4 - Initial Screening of the UNIX Professional
 Resume evaluation for UNIX Professionals
      Developing questions for interviews
      Appropriate Appearance
   Telephone Screening UNIX Job Candidates
   After hiring the candidate

Chapter 5 - The on-site technical interview
Telephone pre-interview questions
In-depth Technical Interview questions
     UNIX developer interview questions
     UNIX programmer interview questions
     UNIX analyst interview questions
     UNIX Performance Tuning Job Interview Questions
     UNIX Installation and Configuration Job Interview Questions
      UNIX Troubleshooting Job Interview Questions



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