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With most people, but especially with technical people, the tendency during an interview is to give direct answers to any question that's asked. What most people believe, incorrectly, is that an interview is actually a rational interchange between two people. In response to the interviewer's questions, the interviewee describes what he or she did, for example, or how they would handle a situation. They do this directly, without thinking twice about it and without understanding that, most of the time behind almost every question, lies a much larger context.
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