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Asalam o Alaikum

I hope all are doing good 

I am a CS student and wanted to know 

If any of you have any knowledge regarding flutter or has had any experience with it 

How long can it take and what type of Questions can be asked in an interview

JazakAllah khair 

 

 

 

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Not a developer, myself, more “dev adjacent.”

I would say the best approach to be able to claim familiarity in an interview is having spent at least a few weeks or so having built an application in the tool. A common sort of question is, “tell me about a project you’ve built.” Then they come back and ask follow up questions to get a sense of you as a developer. It’s a sort of line of question that it’s hard to fake answering. If you’ve actually built something, spent some serious hours on it, struggled with things, had confusions, found solutions, overcame challenges, you can talk on and on about that. That’s the sort of thing interviewers are looking to see. 

So I would say look up the flutter page on Google. Install dart, install the flutter libraries, follow their getting started, check out tutorials online, and then make something building on that. 

And then the best is if you build and deploy the app somewhere so that you can show it live in the interview. It helps you talk through it. And if you can point them to the GitHub repo too, that is helpful. 

You need to build something. 

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Not a CS major myself; I've specialized in materials + engineering and can do some code, but my circle is full of programmers and developers. 

I think it comes down to the code that you build. It should be developed enough to the point that you can explain it. Something like that should take you a little while, maybe a few months. Grades are important for your own good, but no one will care about your degree; your interview will most likely be technical, so make sure you can get creative with your project and keep the interviewer engaged. 

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On 12/5/2022 at 12:29 AM, khizarr said:

Not a CS major myself; I've specialized in materials + engineering and can do some code, but my circle is full of programmers and developers. 

I think it comes down to the code that you build. It should be developed enough to the point that you can explain it. Something like that should take you a little while, maybe a few months. Grades are important for your own good, but no one will care about your degree; your interview will most likely be technical, so make sure you can get creative with your project and keep the interviewer engaged. 

Yes I've Heard that those with CS as major don't need to worry about CGPA

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