It depends a great deal on what is in your resume. I will assume you have no pertinant backgroud. If I was interviewing you I would try to gauge your willingness to ask questions, accept guidance without getting offended and willingness to take personal responsibility for researching and educating yourself about the specialties you will be coding. I find search engines are a coders best friend. Be prepared to speak to your comfort with computers, coding software, and most important use of the coding books.
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