Before I start though, I have to say, if a company is going to hire a developer based solely and entirely on a piece of code the developer wrote in an interview, you probably don’t want to work there.
How to Win the Coding Interview
Bill Sourour
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This is interesting. I’ve applied to a few major SF startups, been rejected by all of them for exactly this. Some weren’t even in an interview, they were timed coding challenges.

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