Preface: this post is part of the How to get a Salesforce developer job series.
I’ve been hesitant to write this post because this kind of information is extremely sensitive.
You’re getting an unfair advantage over your competitors, plus, you basically get a shortcut through the whole learning phase. The worst part is that I personally use a ton of these questions when interviewing candidates at work.
The good news though is that you did your research to get this far. And like in a lot of things in life, simply having the discipline to Google something puts you head and shoulders above the crowd.
Or maybe that’s just the beer talking =)
Note that every good Salesforce developer must also be a good admin, so you’ll see a lot of non-coding related questions in every developer interview you’re in.
Make sure to check out the Coding Challenges page as well – it’s common to have to whiteboard some Apex during on-site interviews!
I’ll keep updating this list with more interview questions as I see them. Good luck!