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User Review  - brikis98 - LibraryThing

This book contains a pretty nice discussion of what kind of interview processes are used at interviews today, how interviews should be conducted, and then a decent set of interview questions & answers. Read full review

How would you move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's cult of the puzzle: how the world's smartest companies select the most creative thinkers

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Science writer Poundstone's eight previous books (e.g., Carl Sagan: A Life in the Cosmos; Labyrinths of Reason) are based on a single premise: we can choose to use logic, and society can benefit as a ... Read full review

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This book is rather "nice to read" if you interviewing people from time to time.
It provides some general ideas about hiring valuable people and what is important.
What is not good about this book
- 20% of book is MicroSoft advertizing
- 30% of book is answers to obvious questions.
So you can just drop this 50% and read really interesting rest of the book.

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Very interesting, especially the history of IQ test and the puzzles. It tells you different ways to think and solve.

Review: How Would You Move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's Cult of the Puzzle: How the World's Smartest Companies Select the Most Creative Thinkers

User Review  - Keith Brooks - Goodreads

Never been asked these questions, even when interviewing at Microsoft. But great questions to teach my kids how to think and answer. But the truth is, you can not make someone think a specific way. If ... Read full review

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