I just launched Win "The Interview" Game

Hello my friends!

I'm sending you this email because today is a big day for me. I just launched my first book, which I've been working on for the last eight months, called Win "The Interview" Game.

What is it?

It's a proven and reusable system for any developer who wants to go from being unemployed and fearing a job interview person to landing a high-paying software engineer job position and having a crystal-clear understanding of how to ace job interviews.

What will I learn?

  • How to prepare for each step of the software engineer job interview from A to Z, successfully ace them and get high-paying offers.
  • Unusual ways to get a job interview without a degree or work experience you probably won't find anywhere else.
  • The exact steps for creating a resume and LinkedIn profile that makes you stand out from the crowd and gets you an invitation to interview.
  • In-depth preparation for behavioral, problem solving, and technical interviews using the step-by-step system and actionable advice without the fluff.
  • 8 steps framework to negotiate an offer and get the best deal possible (you could easily be leaving $10K, $40K, $90K+ on the table if you don't know how to negotiate)

Who is this book for?

  • You are ghosted by recruiters and have a hard time getting an invitation to an interview.
  • You want to get a software engineer job with no experience.
  • You often fail at job interviews and want to learn how to finally ace them.
  • You want to work as a Frontend, Backend, Full-Stack, or Web Developer.

Why you wrote it Nick?

You know, a year ago when I was helping my friend get a job as a developer and seeing how with great technical skills he often failed at interviews, I realized one thing. This man knew how to ace the technical side of the interview. But he didn't understand the essential part that kept him from getting job offers from the companies he wanted.

He didn't understand what's the goal of interview for companies and what kind of candidate each company want to hire.

Because of this, he was completely confused when he successfully solved all the technical problems and the companies still turned him down.

If you have good technical skills, you should be hired, right? Unfortunately, no. Companies don't care about your technical skills. They're looking for something else.

After I realized that my friend lacked this knowledge, I decided to find out how many other developers don't know about it. I asked about 25-30 developers two essential questions: what the goal of the interview is for companies and who they are looking for. And you know what happened next? With the exception of two people, all developers gave me different answers, and they were all wrong.

That day I realized that the most important thing that makes you successful in job interviews is missing (I honestly hadn't seen that written anywhere). That's when I got excited and got motivated to write this book.

The answers to these two questions became the foundation on which the book is built. And these answers are what many developers have been missing to get the job they want.

What experienced developers are saying?

Here's what my friend Daniel Moka said about the book:

"I have to tell you that it was an awesome read, an excellent job with a lot of valuable insights!! Especially liked the different pieces of practical advice, custom formulas, and frameworks. To be honest I also learned many! And of course the integration-test story! Awesome! Nailing the interview process is all about preparation which is 90% of the success. For the one who reads this book, success is guaranteed!"

Where can I get the book?

>>> Click here to get the book and land your dream job as a software engineer

The book is available as an eBook, and as a PDF.

The price will double on July 9, so don't miss out (right now it's like 50% OFF for early birds)

And I just launched the book on Twitter today. If you like it, please head over to my launch tweet and like, retweet, or quote tweet it. It makes a big difference and might just turn this into something magical!


Also with the book I'm releasing a very important and personal thing for me:

The Tech Bandits Community.

It's a private community for ambitious developers with goals. Where we help each other succeed in job interviews, grow in our careers, and take advantage of opportunities in tech.

After I realized that there was no place dedicated to helping ambitious developers succeed, I decided to build such a place myself.

For almost all my career I was a lone-wolf developer. And almost everything I know I learned through a lot of failures, missed opportunities, and stupid mistakes. But if I had a tribe of people like me at the time to have my back, people who shared the same goals and ambitions, people who were on top of the latest trends, and people who grew together in order to succeed, I would have achieved everything three times faster and also would not have missed out on so many exciting options.

What can you find and achieve inside the Tech Bandits community?

  1. You can find guidance, support, and help through the entire job interview process: from writing a resume to acing interviews, negotiating job offers and landing your dream job.
  2. You can stop wasting years and grow your career using the experience, advice, stories, feedback, personal library and tips and tricks of other developers who have already walked the path you seek. People who know what specific skills you need to go along this path faster than they ever did.
  3. You can grow your professional network and connect with other Tech Bandits from different companies around the world. And open new opportunities that are hidden for lone-wolf developers.

If you feel that you are an ambitious developer: join us, and reunite with your lost tribe. Access to the community comes with some tiers of book prices.


In the end, I want to say a huge thank you to all of you for your support! I also want to say thank you to several people who directly helped me review the book.

Thank you Daniel Moka, Dmitriy (x2), James Kirk, Julia, Laura, Mads Brodt, Reza Lavarian, and Sacha Morgese for your words, suggestions and constant support. Without your finishing touches, I wouldn't created it.

I'm sure the book and the community will change a lot of people's lives, and it's just an incredible feeling.

Warmest regards, Nick.

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