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So, where is the Telnet client in Windows Vista and how do I install it.
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I discovered the Google Dance site by accident and Google are yet to announce it officially on their blog or website.
So what is the Google Dance? It is Google’s annual party which brings together company engineers and other internet entrepreneurs. Hoping to ease the tensions with webmasters, Google hatched the idea of its “dance” party during an annual search engine convention held in Silicon Valley, just a few miles from Google’s headquarters. The company invited some of the Black Hats, effectively welcoming the foxes into the hen house.
Google Dance — an annual summer party that’s become a metaphor for the behind-the-scenes twists and turns that can cause Web sites to rise and fall in Google’s search results.
So, coming back to Google Dance 2006, this year’s theme was Come as you are. Gas. Liquid. Or solid. The partay was on 08.08.06 from 6:30-11
Some other notable facts
1. Googlers love Amstel Light, Heineken and Sierra Nevada to lighten the mood up
2. Googlers love Chicken wings and uh.. they love to eat
3. For fun … they teach Robots to play soccer and play Robot Wars
4. Oh they work, before they party by showing Product demos
5. To check out why robots are still vastly inferior to humans, go straight to minute 2 from the Google Dance 2006 video at the end of this article.
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Read on for Typical Interview questions, examples and answers…
Q: What is a typical interview structure?
Although there is no set rule, a typical interview is scheduled for about one half-hour to an hour, and will include several phases. The first phase is an icebreaker, a few minutes of pleasant conversation so that you and the interviewer will feel comfortable with each other. Then the interviewer will get into some substantive questions, behavioral questions, and questions about your background. This will be the bulk of the interview and lasts anywhere from 15 to 50 minutes.
An employer will usually leave 5 to 10 minutes for you to ask questions. That’s a very important part of the interview and you should be prepared for it. Then there’ll be a close. The interviewer will thank you for coming in. You’ll have the opportunity to tell the interviewer what a pleasure it was to be there and how much you want the job. Usually, you’ll have to interview a second time, perhaps even a third time before getting a job offer.
Q: How many interviews should I expect with any one employer?
You can expect anywhere from two to three interviews depending on the company’s interviewing process and the number of qualified candidates applying for the position.
Q: What is an interviewer really looking for?
Some people wonder, “What can interviewers learn about me from the questions they ask and what do they really want to hear?” There are several things going through the interviewer’s mind during an interview. The first is, “Why should we hire you?” With questions of this nature, an employer is trying to learn if your skills and abilities meet the company’s requirements, if you have good communication skills, and whether you are dependable, honest, and a team player. He or she wants to find out what you will bring to the team if hired.