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So pick a specific skill, but pick something that won’t severely impact your ability to do this job.

pick something that won’t severely impact your ability to do this job.

For example if the job involves data entry with Excel spreadsheets all day, you do not want to say Excel is your weakness. Or that you struggle paying attention to details.

Finally, end your answer by explaining what you’re doing to overcome or improve your weakness.

Take a look at the do’s and don’ts, and the interview answer example below, to get a sense of what your answer might sound like.

“I’m not particularly strong in social media marketing. For the first few years of my career, I focused entirely on email marketing. That’s still what I specialize in, which is why I applied for your Email Marketing Manager job. But I’ve realized it’s also helpful to understand the principles of social media marketing because some of the strategies that work there also work well in email. So I’ve started spending a couple hours a week of my own time studying and learning this new area, and it’s helped me a lot.”

​​ There are three big reasons interviewers love to ask “ where do you see yourself in 5 years? “:

So, pick a work-related goal of where you’d like to be 5 years from now, and make sure it’s slightly challenging or ambitious-sounding.

Youdon’t want to say, “I see myself in the same position 5 years from now.”

And make sure to share a goal that is related to the type of job you’re interviewing for. You want to sound like the experience you’ll gain in this job fits your long-term goals.

Otherwise they’re going to be scared to hire you. Why would they offer you the job if it doesn’t fit the goals you described to them? You’d be unsatisfied, bored, and would probably quit within the first year. No company wants this.

So to recap…

“I’m glad you asked. In 5 years I see myself taking on more responsibilities, either through management or higher level individual contributions. I’m not sure which path will make sense to pursue, but I know my goal right now is to build a strong foundation and gain valuable experience so that I’ll have a successful future in this industry.”

UPDATE:

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Changelog update

The file is managed using towncrier tool and all non trivial changes must be accompanied by a news entry.

To add an entry to the news file, first you need to have created an issue describing the change you want to make. A Pull Request itself function as such, but it is preferred to have a dedicated issue (for example, in case the PR ends up rejected due to code quality reasons).

Once you have an issue or pull request, you take the number and you create a file inside of the directory named after that issue number with an extension of , , , or . Thus if your issue or PR number is and this change is fixing a bug, then you would create a file . PRs can span multiple categories by creating multiple files (for instance, if you added a feature and deprecated/removed the old feature at the same time, you would create and ). Likewise if a PR touches multiple issues/PRs you may create a file for each of them with the exact same contents and will deduplicate them.

The contents of this file are formatted text that will be used as the content of the news file entry. You do not need to reference the issue or PR numbers here as will automatically add a reference to all of the affected issues when rendering the news file.

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Pull Request with base branch.

Backporting

All Pull Requests are created against git branch.

If the Pull Request is not a new functionality but bug fixing to maintenance branch would be desirable.

project committer may ask for making a of the PR into maintained branch(es), in this case he or she adds a github label like .

Find for cherry-picking.

does PRs on merging, so open your PR page on github and scroll down to message like . is the required commit number.

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tool for making backport PR (the tool is already pre-installed from ), e.g. .

In case of conflicts fix them and continue cherry-picking by .

stops the process.

shows current cherry-picking status (like )

After all conflicts are done the tool opens a New Pull Request page in a browser with pre-filed information. Create a backport Pull Request and wait for review/merging.

should remove after merging the backport.

How to become an aiohttp committer

Contribute!

The easiest way is providing Pull Requests for issues in our bug tracker. But if you have a great idea for the library improvement – please make an issue and Pull Request.

The rules for committers are simple:

After positive answer aiohttp committer creates an issue on github with the proposal for nomination. If the proposal will collect only positive votes and no strong objection – you’ll be a new member in our team.

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