This excludes candidates with very little spare time to spend on code unrelated to their day jobs.
Antonio D'souza

Why? We all know we need to keep learning and keep doing things even outside of work. Every time I solve a non trivial problem, I blog about it, mostly for me so I can remember in the future but also so others can see how I think, how I code etc. I don’t buy it that any serious developer cannot find a few hours here and there to do something like this especially when it helps with getting better jobs with better conditions and much better salary. It’s totally worth it.

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