What is the best part of being a computer programmer?
Your attitudes and standards of behavior are extremely important markers of what type of employee you'd be. Going negative almost always backfires so make sure you're portraying positive attributes and characteristics, ones that can translate to this new organization and add worth. The interviewer would like to understand the underlying motivations you have for your career selection to find out how committed you are to the profession and how good of a fit it is for you. They'll also want to know how your work values coincide with the values commonly held in the occupation in addition to how they fit the company's values. Articulate your career goals as clearly as possible, revealing how they match the computer programmer position. Help the interviewer to understand how this position meets your career needs both in the short and long run.