Hi Guys, I'm a recent engineering graduate and have an interview lined up this week for a position. I have already passed the phone screening interview; which is a start. I really want to bring a project portfolio to the interview. Things within this portfolio are recent projects that I believe to exemplify my work ethic and relevant experience pertaining to this position. My question, how much is too much within the portfolio? I have ~4 projects listed on my resume and was thinking of bringing this work into the interview. With that being said, some of these projects are 20+ pages long. They include, scope of the project, design requirements, implementation, source code, schematics, and final results. I'm not sure if this comes off as, "Here is 100+ pages of my projects, good luck sifting through the material", type of thing. One of the projects was my senior design project which was about 80 pages long and was thinking of just providing the implementation aspect within the portfolio (20 pages(?)). If the managers and whomever is in on the interview ask about these projects I think this would be the appropriate time to show them some of my work. I was thinking of going to Staples or somewhere where I can bind together a nice portfolio to bring. What are your thoughts on this? Thank you!