this one is, but it does need to have content that you contribute to on a regular basis and that shares information about your field of expertise. For those that have patient-client agreements or NDAs, be sure to share what is acceptable by those agreements, as you want to avoid legal trouble.
If you include your blog on your resume, but sure that it does not have any derogatory or inflamatory content about previous employers or groups of individuals (including racial, political).
Technical interview assesses your technical skills. You will get questions like
Functional interview assesses the behaviorial and situational aspects. You will get questions like
It is best for you to say that you don't know. You are probably thinking that it is bad that you don't know something, but look at it this way.
If you wing the answer, and wing it incorrectly, then it becomes more evident that you do not know what you are talking about or lack the knowledge in the subject being asked.
If you admit that you don't know, then you are being truthful about not having knowledge and would be better trusted.
Did an interview once where the interviewees did 3 interviews on site on the same day. One of the interviewees, was asked the same or similar question in 2 of the 3 interviews. In the post-interview meeting where all the interviewers get together and discuss about each candidate, this one interviewee told the first interviewer one answer and gave the second one a different answer. That along with a couple of other sketchy details got him disqualified from moving on to the next round of interviews.
At the end of interview, the interviewer usually ask the interviewee if s/he has any questions. This is the time to further demonstrate that you are really interested in the job. Some questions that you can ask are
The interviewer is going to take notes about what was said, their observations, and more. It would be in your best interest to do the same. For me, I have a tendency to forget a person's name. Thus in the interview, will write down the names of each person that is interviewing me and if I need to, reference that while in the interview. Same could be done for salary ranges, things that you want to follow up on after the interview, and more.
While you have completed the job interview and believed that the interview went well, continue searching and applying for jobs. Often I see people do interviews and stop looking for jobs because they got an interview. Then months go by, they don't hear anything or they get a rejection letter and then have to pick back up where they left off in their search. By the time they've picked back up, they market may have changed some and thus the old strategy no longer works.
Continue to do the things listed in the Before section of this page even after the interview. Why? Employers are always looking for good talent to hire. If you start slipping when they start looking, you'll get passed over and wondering why you are struggling to make moves.