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I have cleared 2 technical rounds successfully in interviews held in last 3 days!
Things are going good so far and just a discussion with their HR is due, where we will discuss on their policies, salary, technical growth, leadership etc.
However, any (more) suggestion on attitude, appearence, gesture/posture, confidence, soft skills... because this time it's HR, not an experienced technical guy! I am asking this because you all have been so helpful so far and hopefully your suggestions will further help me to improve and get succeed this time!
There is no option to close this thread. So please close it using your super-user powers.
There is no valid reason to close it so we won't. And as long as you don't reply the thread will slowly sink to the bottomless pit that is the General forum. BTW next time you want the attention of a moderator please use the "Report" button on your own post.
@unSpawn: I wanted to say "Mark this thread as solved", not close it or preclude it.
In the meantime, I have got a new job, so at present for me nothing more left to discuss in this thread. But if you wish, this thread can be continued without marking it as solved.
But to be honest, I do not follow the crowd. I wear or looks whatever I feel comfortable, not just for sake of impressing the interviewer.
You are there to impress the person interviewing you. If you go in with the attitude I am a rebel and me comes first. You will not get the position. You need to dress for the position and the company. Get a hair cut and go there dressed to impress. Your hair will grow back. You have to ask yourself what is more important. Your hair and self importance(lacking a word there) or obtaining a job you really want?
Almost forgot. Sometimes it just boils down to personality and how you fit in with the team you will be working with. Just keep on trying and learn from your mistakes or failures. Everyone fails, what matters is how you react.