Hear from Ninja Van, the region's largest and fastest growing last-mile logistics company, on how you can prepare for technical interviews.
Technical interviews are unlike any other job interview – it is a type of specialised and rigorous process that tests one’s coding skills, problem-solving abilities and personality. It is a common screening method for tech-related jobs and can take the form of whiteboard challenges, remote coding challenges and full days of onsite interviews. Join this session to experience what a typical technical interview conducted in the industry feels like.
If you are applying for tech job roles that require assessments of technical skills such as proficiency in programming languages, do not miss the session! What is more, Ninja Van has incredible tips on how you can prepare for tech interviews, through a practical session with Ninja Van's engineers. You will also be able to gain insights into the perspectives of the interviewers on how they assess candidates.
In this workshop, you will learn:
- The process and purpose of technical interviews
- How and what to plan for technical interviews
- How to ace your technical interviews
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Hong Shao Yang
Shao Yang is a Software Engineer at Ninja Van, where his expertise in data science and data analytics allow him to assist the team in providing hassle-free delivery solutions for businesses across Southeast Asia.
Prior to joining Ninja Van, Shao Yang has held diverse portfolios of work across different IT companies, particularly local logistics startups. He was involved in developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Visual Commerce at Visenze, applying big data analytics in financial trading, and managing complex datasets to deliver business requirements at GIC.
Shao Yang graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics.
Baron is a Software Engineer at Ninja Van, where he specializes in scalable backend systems. His interests lie in writing clean, well-tested, and scalable code.
He currently works with the Driver team, where they handle all the technologies that concern the Drivers of Ninja Van — be it the driver app, or the backend services the app communicates with.
Baron graduated from NUS Computer Engineering in 2018. In his free time, he likes to develop video games for fun.
Ho Bing Xuan
As a Software Engineer in the Pricing and Finance Team, Bing Xuan’s day-to-day life in Ninja Van involves building innovative software systems that are designed specifically for the ever-growing scale and dynamics of the last-mile logistics industry. Being a full-stack engineer, he works on a wide variety of tech stacks, from Golang to NextJS and TiDB.
Having been a tech tinkerer since teenage, Bing Xuan now augment his hobby with his computing know-how by contributing to open-source Hackintosh and custom Android ROM projects during free time.
Graduated from NUS Computer Science department in the year 2020, and he was also part of the NUS Overseas Colleges (Israel) startup-immersion program.
Date: Monday, 17 January 2022
Event Time: 2pm – 4pm
Faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, School of Design and Environment, School of Computing, NUS Business School
Target Audience: All students