Hi everyone! I'm hoping this question doesn't sound too basic/vague but it's definitely something that brings me anxiety in my brand new job search.
I recently graduated from a coding bootcamp and now I'm beginning my job search! I haven't even applied anywhere yet but one thing I'm struggling with is the concept of asking questions as a junior developer on the job (wherever it winds up being!)
I recently attended a few workshops aimed at helping early-career devs interview and approach the first six months of their new job. One thing that was stressed over and over again was the concept of "asking good questions", especially during paired programming.
Now that I'm ready to actually start interviewing, I'm realizing that I don't know the first thing about how to ask good questions to my more senior colleagues.
I'm assuming this is a skill that will be evident to interviewers, too so I want to make sure I have my head wrapped around it before applying anywhere. Thank you in advance!