The only reliable gauge I’ve found for future programmer success is looking at real code they’ve written, talking through bigger picture issues
Hiring a programmer? Ditch the coding interview and get back to basics
Dan Kim

I like to ask the interviewees to talk about a project that they are most proud of and digging deep into the problem they solved. That is the best way to learn how they approach their problems. When I came out of the interviews, not only I learned a lot about the interviewees, I also learned some new knowledge!

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