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Technical interviews are a chance for both startups and software engineers to get to know one another and assess whether they’d like to commit to working together. A typical job interview for software engineers and developers tends to consist of a few phases. Interviews with hiring managers typically consist of an informational conversation and technical skills assessment. Panel interviews: A group, or a series of individual, interviews with peers, business stakeholders, and team members. The “culture fit” interview where various people from the team, and maybe even from around the company, are given the chance to assess candidates.