The best advice for engineering onsites is the same as general interview advice: put your best foot forward. More specifically, be friendly and engaged, ask personalized questions, and express specific interest in the company and role. On the technical side, we recommend that you brush up on common data structures, practice interview coding, and have a dev environment ready to go on a laptop. It's also smart to take guidance from your interviewer if it's offered (companies know what they're looking for, and they're often trying to signal it!). For remote onsites, consider investing in a good headset (audio quality matters!), and make sure you have a clean, organized background behind you.
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