Are you tired of doing many job interviews, but never getting an offer?

There is one problem: You haven't mastered your interviewing skill.

Let's face it, interviewing is a skill. Having technical skills required for any role is important, but being able to present yourself in the best possible light and performing well at an interview is equally, if not more, important, in order to get a job offer. 

There are three key elements to doing well, standing out from your competition and impressing interviewer(s) at an interview. They are: 1) Mindset, 2) Research and 3) Strategies. 


You need prepare yourself mentally for an interview. Show that you’re capable, show that you’re genuinely interested and show that you have the right attributes. 


You need to have enough background knowledge and study relevant info before each interview. There are usually more than one interview and each requires a different research. 


In your toolbox, you need actionable strategies to help you formulate compelling responses during an interview. 

For example: When you’re asked an open-ended question that begins with “Tell me about a time when…”, it’s important to try to understand how a question relates back to the role you’re applying for. Here is another specific example; if you’re applying for a product manager role and your interviewer asks about your approach to decision making, you want to talk about how you make a prioritisation decision for a product roadmap, not how you decide what to have for dinner.

This course reveals all the techniques and strategies that you need to know to nail job interviews at a tech company. 

It is tailored for a common interview process at a tech company, for roles such as Product Manager, Designer, Content Strategist, Marketing Manager, and Software Engineer. 

At $99.95, this course is easily the best investment you'd ever make in your job search, guaranteed. There are also special remote interview tips in the course given the circumstances we are in right now. Don't wait any longer, learn how to start impressing interviewers and getting hired today.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome To The Nail That Interview Course!

    • A message from your instructor, Isabel Nyo

    • How to take this course

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    Chapter #1 - How To Nail A Screening Interview

  • 3

    Chapter #2 - How To Nail A Take-home Exercise

    • What's a take-home exercise?

    • What're the essential must-haves in your take-home exercise?

    • Remote tips

    • Test your learning

  • 4

    Chapter #3 - How To Nail A Live Presentation Interview

    • What's a live presentation interview?

    • What're the essential ingredients to a successful live presentation interview?

    • Remote tips

    • Test your learning

  • 5

    Chapter #4 - How To Nail A Leadership Interview

    • What's a leadership interview?

    • How to prepare for a leadership interview?

    • Remote tips

    • Test your learning

  • 6

    Chapter #5 - How To Nail A Cultural Interview

    • What's a cultural interview?

    • How to do well at a cultural interview?

    • Bonus tip

    • Test your learning

  • 7

    Chapter #6 - How To Nail A Developer Interview

    • Why is it important to do well at face-to-face developer interviews?

    • What not to say at any developer interview?

  • 8

    Chapter #7 - How To Nail Tech Jargons

    • What are important tech jargons to understand?

    • How to build up your tech knowledge to do well in interviews at a tech company?

    • Test your learning

  • 9

    Chapter #8 - How To Nail Any Type of Interview by Not Giving Unacceptable Responses

    • Why is it important not to give unacceptable responses at interviews?

    • Unacceptable Responses for Team-Related Interview Questions

    • Unacceptable Responses for Skill-Related Interview Questions

    • Unacceptable Responses for Big Picture-Related Interview Questions

    • Unacceptable Responses for Motivation-Related Interview Questions

    • Make the Most of the Time You Have

  • 10

    Chapter #9 - How To Nail A Remote Interview

    • Why remote interviews?

    • Checklist of What You Should Do Before and During a Remote Interview

    • Test your learning

  • 11

    Chapter #10 - How To Nail Your Mindset For An Interview

    • How To Be Confident In Interviews

    • Five Techniques To Help You Build Confidence In Your Next Interview

    • Test your learning

  • 12

    Next Steps: Take Control Of Your Career

    • Congrats! Here's what's next...

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go...

  • 13

    Bonus Chapter: What To Do When You've Failed A Job Interview

    • Four Steps To Take After Your Unsuccessful Job Interview

Ready to get a job offer?

Without investing many months and $$ on your interviewing skill

I get it, you don’t have the time to watch or listen to 300-hours videos on how to prepare for an interview. You need the time to apply for jobs, refresh your resume, speak to potential employers, brush up your knowledge on your craft, and so on. That’s why I put every effort to make sure that this course is short and to-the-point. 10 main chapters, a few minutes per each chapter, complete with actionable techniques and exercises to help them stick in your mind. That’s it! And yes, that’s all you really need to know to nail any interview at a tech company.

Your Instructor

Senior Engineering Leader, Author, Speaker, Woman in Tech

Isabel Nyo

Isabel is an accomplished woman in technology with with almost 20 years experience in the industry. She has worked for top-tier technology and media organisations throughout her career. She is passionate about leadership, career development, and diversity & inclusion. Isabel is currently a senior engineering leader at an enterprise software company in Sydney, Australia.