Sept. 16, 2023, 1:15 p.m. | /u/zeealex


As a hiring manager I've come across some doozies in the interview process from screaming children climbing all over the candidate mid-interview, to someone going on a 20 minute tangent about python, all while not actually knowing python all that well.

I was thinking this might be a good thread to discuss the worst interviewee you've had in your experience, to share a story, but also to help those looking for a career in cybersecurity know what to avoid doing …

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