From Publishers Weekly
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Decent book, but lots of these "puzzles" are now available for free online... and many companies have halted the practice of using them in the hiring process. Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Copeland
The book lists many of the well known puzzles, and explains the answersPublished 10 months ago by A M
Not a life-altering read, or anything of that nature, but a very good book! I like the careful look at how/why Microsoft uses these techniques in their hiring.Published 13 months ago by Paul M. Budd
This is a timeless book; read up and open your brain to new possibilities! Always great to see the world in new ways.Published 15 months ago by Sherry Schumacher
A very interesting book to read every day.
You don't have to sit there and read it.
Just several pages each day and you will love it.
Why Mt. Fuji? Why not another mt? Do we have permission and paperwork? Mt. Fuji is a volcano and work required to move this mt. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Wannaporn S.
Great book, must for interviews at great companies. Provides superb insight into the mindset of people who conduct interviews and their line of thinking. Read morePublished 18 months ago by GMU-Mom
The book is awesome. It is not about the answers. It is about a lesson that we can learn from those questions.Published 23 months ago by Hang Nguyen
I read this book when I was interviewing with Google in 2007. I must say that while none of the questions appears in my Google interview (oh darn ;) JUST kidding), that it helped... Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Farnoosh Brock