Nail The Technical Interview is a proven system that any developer can use to go from being unemployed and fearing a job interview person to getting multiple job offers and to crystal clear understanding of how exactly to pass any job interview with confidence and without feeling scared about it.
3 hours of interview decide your next 1-3 years of living.
How you'll behave during these 3 hours, what you say, and how you negotiate your offer will decide how well you will live the next couple of years (that's assuming that your resume wasn't thrown in the trash and you were invited for an interview)
In short, the better you play the "interview game" the better you live after.
Hi, I am Nick Bull.
6+ years ago when I started my coding career I sucked at the "interview game."
My first job application looked like this:
1. I googled “resume template.”
2. Downloaded it.
3. Filled out my information.
4. And sent it to 3 companies which I found on the local job board website.
And I started to wait...
No response in one day.
"It's ok, it's just one day," I told myself.
No response in seven days.
"Maybe they don't read my email? Let's send it again."
No response in fourteen days.
It wasn’t strange.
They read my email. I know it.
They read it once and move it to trash.
You know why?
The email subject was "trash."
The email message was "trash."
The resume that I sent to every company was the same, and it was also "trash."
But 6 years ago I didn't understand this.
And I didn't understand a lot of things in the "interview game."
But as time went on, I began to learn.
I was making mistakes and gaining experience.
So that during 6 years I've applied more than 110 times, failed 25+ job interviews, and got 17 job offers in summary (in truth slightly more, I don't count offers that people send me without interviews from personal refers)
This statistics is not linear. When I started my career, I could send 10 job applications every day. The success rate was about 1:10 (every twentieth company responded). But then I became more selective about which company to send my resume to.
Now, after all these hours of trying, preparing, talking, and interviewing, I finally understand exactly how to nail the interview process: from sending a cover letter with your resume to passing an interview and negotiating an offer.
During this time I've learned how to win an "interview game" using rules and cheat codes not many developers know about.
Theses knowledge helped me to stop felt nervous during the interview,understand exactly how to "sell myself" to companies so that they send me high value offers, create a personal repeatable system of how to prepare for any type of interview, learn tricks of how to build a resume that sells, how to nail the interview and get a great offer even without work experience, and many many more insights I have listed below.
In this book, I've summarized everything I've learned, all my tricks, tips, "cheat codes" I use, other developers' experience and hiring managers' advices I have collected into the proven repeatable system any developer can use to nail the technical interview and land a job.
In this book, I show you how to play the "interview game."
And most importantly, I show you how to win at an "interview game."
✅ You want to get a job as a software engineer and struggling to prepare and pass job interviews.
✅ You have failed many interviews and do not know why.
✅ You have no work experience and don't know how to be invited for an interview, what to expect, and how to be hired.
✅ You send your CV or Resume to companies and always don't hear back after.
✅ You don't know how to create a Resume or CV that actually sells you and gets you an invitation to an interview.
✅ You're afraid of the uncertainty of what happens during the interview and want to know exactly what you'll face and how to nail it.
✅ You want to know how to make interviewers who just looking at your profile LinkedIn actually invite you to an interview and stop ghosting you.
✅ You want to feel confident in interviews and never stressing again.
✅ You want to know the unusual methods I've used to get invitations to the interviews from my dream companies.
✅ You are working or want to work as a frontend developer, full-stack developer, or web developer in the first case (most of my personal tricks in the book that worked for me are based on my experience as a frontend developer) 90%+ of the book's content is equally applicable for any type of software engineer position (Backend/Frontend/Devops/Testing/AI/ML) and if you are a creative type of person you can easily adapt my tricks to your position.
This book isn’t designed for exactly technical interview preparation like how to solve specific coding algorithms or how to solve different coding problems, and this book doesn't teach you specific coding skills. Those things are obviously prerequisites for getting a job as a developer, and if you are looking for exactly this, here is where you can find it:
If you want to know what is inside the book, take a look at the table of contents.
✔︎ A proven system of how to exactly prepare for each step of a job interview, pass it successfully, get an offer, and land a job.
✔︎ How to get a job offer even without a degree and work experience.
✔︎ The missing knowledge what *ONE* thing every employer is looking for in every candidate.
✔︎ Questions to ask to recruiters that make you instantly stand out from the other candidates.
✔︎ The exact steps to create a resume that sells you enough to invite you to an interview and get a recruiter phone call.
✔︎ Exactly how to prepare for behavioral, problem solving, and technical interviews.
✔︎ My deep preparation system to most productively prepare for a technical interview in a short period (you don’t need preparing 24/7)
✔︎ How to get recruiters attention in 6 seconds and get them to read your whole resume (recruiters take an average of 6 seconds to scan a resume)
✔︎ My 4 step framework “ISAI” to nail design system questions.
✔︎ How to behave in the interview to look like confident and high value candidate.
✔︎ My secret “Cover Letter Trick” that got me a couple of invitations to frontend interviews I’ve never heard someone talk about.
✔︎ What exactly to do before, during, and after the job interview to get the best deal.
✔︎ Exact steps on how to write a cover letter and maximize your chances to get noticed and get invited to a call with a recruiter.
✔︎ Framework I use to negotiate an offer and get the best deal.
✔︎ How to create a highly “sellable” LinkedIn profile that will increase your chances to get an invitation to an interview (87% of recruiters use LinkedIn to check candidates)
✔︎ 4 things you should never do during negotiation of an offer.
✔︎ The framework of how to tell a good story and answer interviewer’s questions.
BONUS #1: My resume template.
BONUS #2: Personal resources for technical interview preparation (included in the book)
BONUS #3: Personal list of job boards (included in the book)
There's also no risk: I offer a 100% money-back guarantee. Because I’m confident in my proven system, I'm offering a 30-days risk-free guarantee.
But it’s not correct to say “if the book doesn’t work” because it’s not exactly a book. It’s a proven system.
Nail The Technical Interview is not a non-fictional book with the story of how one developer passed a job interview or a motivational speech for 80+ pages that "You can do it! You can nail the technical interview!" No, it is a proven system any developer can follow to go from being unemployed and fearing job interviews to getting multiple job offers they can choose from and to crystal clear understanding of how exactly to pass any job interview with confidence and without feeling scared about it.
✔︎ 80+ pages proven system of how to exactly prepare for each step of a job interview, pass it successfully, get an offer, and land a job.
✔︎ My resume template.
✔︎ Personal resources for technical interview preparation (included in book)
✔︎ Personal list of job boards (included in book)
I will continually add new information to this book, and you will receive each new edition of this book for Free.
Good question, here is the plan:
1. Read the book.
2. Prepare for each step of the job interview applying the knowledge and proven system from the book.
3. Apply for jobs using the list of job boards and guide on how exactly to get an invitation to an interview.
4. Successfully pass interview applying “preparation guide.”
5. Negotiate an offer using “get the best deal framework” from the book.
6. Get a job or high paying job as a software engineer (depending on the position you are applying for)
Are you ready to land a high paying job in tech?
Get the Nail The Technical Interview book now!
Sign up for the form below, and I will send you an email when I release the book (with BONUS for you)
Question: What is Nail The Technical Interview Book?
80+ pages proven system of how to exactly prepare for each step of a job interview, pass it successfully, get an offer, and land a job any developer can use to go from being unemployed and fearing job interview person to getting multiple job offers and to crystal clear understanding of how exactly pass any job interview with confidence and without feeling scared about it.
Question: What if it doesn’t work for me?
I offer a 100% money-back guarantee. And because I’m confident in my proven system, I'm offering a 30-days risk-free guarantee.
Question: Question: For what job positions Nail The Technical Interview Book for?
If you are working or want to work as a frontend developer, full-stack developer, or web developer in the first case (most of my personal tricks in the book that worked for me are based on my experience as a frontend developer). 90%+ of the book's content is equally applicable for any type of software engineer position like Frontend, Backend, AI, ML, Devops, or Testing and if you are a creative type of person you can easily adapt my tricks to your position.