More than happy to help. If anyone's coming to interview at microsoft and would like some feedback and or more information please don't hesitate to email me from channel 9(click the little mail icon on my profile - on the left of this post <--).
And after you have your interview, take a break and relax because you've just experienced one of the most stressful interviews on the face of the planet.
Good luck to all the candidates!
I am interviewing for the technical account manager position next week and would really appreciate any advice or information as to how the interviews for TAM are like. Couple months ago, I had onsite interview for sde/sdet position but was not selected and
they emailed me about this position, which seems interesting. They said the interview is going to be different from the one I had earlier so I have no idea. I had a technical phone screen interview, which was more customer focused and we discussed about the
projects I had completed in detail. So, for the on-site interiview if there aren't any whiteboard questions, what are they going to ask..... Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
@Zeo: Im getting interviewed fro TAM, I was wondering If I could get a few tips from you.... thanks!!
@Gambit: what kind of question were you asked for the phone interview?
I am going to have interview for the Technical Account Manager. Can any one please help me out with this.
@Zeo: I want to talk to you regarding 2nd round Interviews at microsoft.
I saw your link but I was not able to see your email address.
Can you please give me your email address
or you are ok with me calling you on ur number
Sure thing. Send me a message at Zeo 0 1 @ hotmail.com .
@Zeo You Rock Bro
I have sent you an email already thanks for replying so promptly
@Zeo:Hi Zeo. I'm offered a 2nd round interview for TAM. Can I also send you an email about the questions i have? It seems to me Zeo 0 1 @ hotmail.com is not working?
@Zeo: Hi Zeo did u receive my mail on Zeo01@hotmail.com ?
Hey Zeo could you provide some general pointers on what the interview for the technical account manager will be like?
Can we really assume those questions are relevant? I mean, a Program Manager at Microsoft is neither a programmer nor a manager.
Actually they are a manager - just not a line manager. They manage the "program", which is also not the same as being a programmer. They make sure the key stakeholders of the program are kept up to date with progress and design, so that the program isn't a surprise when it's delivered and they make sure that deadlines are kept and resources on the team are properly utilized.
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