Oracle Consulting Oracle Training Oracle Support Development
Home
Catalog
Oracle Books
SQL Server Books
IT Books
Job Interview Books
eBooks
Rampant Horse Books
911 Series
Pedagogue Books

Oracle Software
image
Write for Rampant
Publish with Rampant
Rampant News
Rampant Authors
Rampant Staff
 Phone
 800-766-1884
Oracle News
Oracle Forum
Oracle Tips
Articles by our Authors
Press Releases
SQL Server Books
image
image

Oracle 11g Books

Oracle tuning

Oracle training

Oracle support

Remote Oracle

STATSPACK Viewer

Privacy Policy

  

  Conducting the Web Designer
Job Interview

IT Manager Guide with Web Designer Interview Questions

Janet Burleson

Retail Price $16.95 /  £10.95 

Key Features About the Author Table of Contents
Index Reader Comments Errata
     

- Order now and get 40% off the retail price!
- You also receive online access to the interview questions and answers!

  Only $9.95
 

ISBN 0-9745993-0-1 
ISBN 13: 978-0974599304
Library of Congress Number:  2004101896
265 pages - Perfect bind - 9x7 PD 704
Shelving:
Computer Certification
IT Job Interview Series # 7


As a professional web designer, Janet Burleson has extensive experience interviewing Web Designer job candidates. With over a decade of interviewing experience, Burleson tells you how to quickly identify acceptable Web Designer job candidates by asking the right Web Designer job interview questions.

This book is the accumulated observations of the author's interviews with hundreds of job candidates. The author provides useful insights into the characteristics that make a good Web Designer and offers her accumulated techniques as an aid to interviewing a Web Designer job candidate.

This handy guide has a complete set of Web Designer job interview questions and provides a complete method for accurately accessing the technical abilities of Web Designer job candidates. By using Web Designer job interview questions that only an experienced person knows, an IT professional can ask the right interview questions to fill a Web Designer job with the best qualified Web Designer candidate.
 

 

 
Key Features

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

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

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

* Describes methods for evaluating academic and work history for Web Designer professionals.

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

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

* Includes oral interview questions for Web Designer developers and Web Designer Analysts.

About the Author:


Janet Burleson

Janet Burleson has a BS degree in Computer Science and has been a Webmaster for many years working with the web since its early inception.  As an expert Webmaster consultant she provides high level web consulting services that improve the market status of Fortune 500 companies including web search rank positioning, keyword optimization, web content optimization, web community relationships, web site design, web usage tracking and web site configuration. 

Janet Burleson is also one of the world's pioneering horse trainers, having developed a hugely successful Guide Horse Foundation to train miniature horses to guide the blind.

Janet Burleson Books.


Table of Contents:

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

 


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

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

 

Index:

#
#define     
#endif              
#include          
#pragma          

< 
<blockquote>  

A
AACBS 
ACID
Atomicity
Consistency
Durability
Isolation
Adobe Photoshop
American Assembly of Collegiate Business Schools 
Apache
Appearance
Application client container
Application tuning
Attrition

B
Background check
Behavior 
Body language
Brain Bench
Business majors 

C
CAPTCHA 
Cartesian product 
Cascading Style Sheets
CASE tools
Cisco IOS 
colspan  
Common job duties
Determine user requirements 
Liaison  
Produce specifications 
Provide technical expertise
Testing application functionality 
Communication skills 
Computer scientists
Continuus     
Cost of hiring 
CSS 
CVS 

D
Demeanor
Diction
Eye Contact
Fidgeting
DMZ 
Dreamweaver  

E
EAR 
ebXML  
Education majors
EIS 
EJB  
EJB container
Empathetic Employee
Engineers
Enterprise Archive  
Enterprise Information System 
Enterprise Java Beans
Enterprise JavaBeans 
Enterprise Resource Planning 
entity bean
ERD
ERP
ERP Systems
EXPLAIN PLAN 
explain_table  

F
Flash 
Flex time 
Flextime
fraudulent applicant 
Fraudulent Work History    
FTP  

G
Golden handcuffs 
Gourman Report 
GROUP BY
Gung-Ho Employee

H
Hiring phases
Home Interface  
HttpServlet 
HttpServletRequest
HttpServletResponse

I
Idempotent Header Files
IIOP 
InitialContext 
IntelliJ IDEA 
Internet Inter-ORB Protocol
Internic    
intrusion detection systems
IP address
IPv4
IT headhunters 

J
JAR
Java Message Service
Java Remote Method Protocol
Java Server Pages 
Java Transaction API 
Java Virtual Machine
javac
JavaOneSM  
JavaScript
JBuilder 
JDBC 
JDeveloper  
JMS 
Job Titles
JRMP   
JUnit
JVM 

L
Language-Adaptable Header Files 
loop structures

M
main().             
malloc()           
Management by Objective             
Math majors    
MBA 
mod_backhand              
mod_bandwidth             
mod_jk            
mod_perl        
mod_rewrite    
mod_status     
mod_throttle   
Muic majors    
MySQL   
mysqlbinlog   

N
NAT 
Network Address Translation   

O
On-site interview
OPC 
Opportunities for advancement
Oracle Call Interface 
Oracle SCM
Oracle Software Configuration Management
ORDER BY  
Other People’s Code     

 

P
packet sniffer
Perl  
Personal integrity
Personality
Curiosity 
Detail-oriented 
Polite manners   
Self-confidence
Self-starting 
Tenacity 
PHP 
print()   
println()
printStackTrace()
public classes

R
Really Simple Syndication
References
Remote Interface
Remote Method Invocation
résumé falsifications
Resume Red Flags 
Résumé screening
reverse proxy
RMI  
rowspan
RSS

S
Salaries  
SCCS 
Scientist Employee
Security   
Session Bean
smurf attack 
SOAP  
SSL 
STAR schema design 
stateful   
stateless  
SYN flood  
System.out.print()
System.out.println() 

T
TCP/IP 
Technical assessment  
Technical examination 
Telecommuting
Telephone interview 
Telephone screening
Thawte Consulting  
TKPROF 
Troubleshooting 
Tuition reimbursement   

U
UDDI
UML 
UML diagrams
Unified Modeling Language 
UNIX Source Code Control System
URL parameter  
Use Cases
utlxplan.sql

V
Verisign 
Virtual Private Network  
Visual Age for Java
VPN 

W
W3C
WAR
WDSL 
Web archive 
Web container

X
XML


 

   

 Copyright © 1996 -2016 by Burleson. All rights reserved.


Oracle® is the registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. SQL Server® is the registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. 
Many of the designations used by computer vendors to distinguish their products are claimed as Trademarks