iOS Tech Interviews Don't Have To Be Hard
The iOS Interview Guide for developers
Released on May 31st 2017
No one likes interviews. It's hard to prepare and you never know what they'll ask you. It always feels like there's so much to learn and you're nowhere near the level you need to be at. Sounds familiar?
This guide will help you prepare for you next interview by systematizing the learning, helping you refresh what you already know, and giving you answers to common iOS interview questions.
What's Inside?The book is packed with:
- 10 chapters over 193 pages covering topics ranging from Swift, resumes, and UI to Networking, Storage and Design Patterns
- 72+ interview questions and answers
- red flags, i.e. what not to say answering some of the questions
- Big Picture overview of what there is to know on iOS platform
- Chapter on UI questions
- Chapter on Networking questions
- Chapter on Storage questions
- Chapter on Design Patterns and Architecture questions
- Chapter on Resumes, Github, and general "marketing" of yourself that you need to do to get interviews for better jobs
- A package of Swift Playgrounds with code samples in the book
Click on this link to see full table of contents.
Who am I?
My name is Alex. I'm an iOS and Rails consultant and architect. I've built more than 20 iOS apps from scratch and worked on 4+ years old legacy codebases. I've gained a lot of experience interviewing developers for Silicon Valley startups and consultancies and would love to share that knowledge.
This is a great book for iOS developers junior to senior! Here are some testimonials:
- Yusuke Kawanabe, Lead iOS Engineer at Nima Labs
- Will Lundy, iOS Developer at Wells Fargo
Alex Bush's book, "The iOS Interview Guide" is a very helpful resource for a variety of reasons. It helps the experienced developer prepare for their next career move by identifying concepts, and areas that technology companies will ask about during the application, and interview process. The book is an excellent resource because it's not simply a checklist of topics, and concepts, to study, but also discusses these concepts as well, and identifies potential pitfalls that the unsuspecting applicant may fall into during the interview process. This book is also a valuable resource for the junior developer who is trying to get an understanding as to what skills are expected from someone who is senior. This book helps chart a course for the junior developer in better improving their skills, and identifying those key areas which are important, thus allowing the junior developer to plan out their career development more efficiently. This book is indeed a valuable resource for developers in all stages of their careers. Thanks Alex for doing such a wonderful job!
- Fayyazuddin Syed, Senior iOS Developer
"As a junior developer, I just want to say that the information you’re sharing is top notch and extremely eye-opening to the naive approaches that I have taken. Thank you so much for doing this."
- Jovanny Espinal, Software Engineer at Blue Apron
"I am glad to inform you that your book on Swift Interview question helped me a lot , I have two current jobs under process for next rounds. All of the question I have answered the same way as you wrote in Expected Answer. It is really worth buying it ."
- Ramkrishna Baddi, iOS Developer
OMG!!! I'm interviewing right now! How can I get it?
The book is available in PDF, ePub, and Mobi formats. You can get it right now by clicking on the button below. What you'll get is the current book content plus all the future updates in this first edition.
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In this chapter you'll learn about MVVM design pattern, horizontal layers of responsiblity in a typical iOS app, SOLID principles, and more.