When you start your comment with “terrible article” and then follow it up with an accusation of bias (which, by the way, was wildly off base as I’m not even loosely affiliated with a bootcamp ), that’s disrespectful. Disagreement is fine, but disrespect is not.
My bootcamp? I don’t have a bootcamp. I don’t even have any affiliation with any bootcamps. Yet you accuse me of being biased to promote this bootcamp I don’t even have.
The entirety of your comment, outside of the unnecessary condescension and insults, is that people who go to bootcamps somehow won’t be able to learn other…
Yup. It’ll cost about $100/month to rent. But it’ll save Susan about 15 minutes per day since she doesn’t have to pack up her pump every day. And might save her about 5–10 minutes pump, because her pump is higher quality. And she’ll probably periodically decide to not rush home, since she’s got a good pump. And she’ll really feel like you’re accommodating her. It’s a great investment.
Omg for real. Those sinks in the facebook mothers room were THE WORST. Super light flow, would automatically shut off, and used tepid water. I wanted to complain but I didn’t have access to the complaining tool as a contractor. Glad to hear that I’m not the only one who found these miserable.
Of course I’ve been at a job place after the interview. Do you think that because we disagree I must have zero experience? (Life Pro Tip: Two experienced, knowledgable, thoughtful people can sincerely disagree because they have different values, experiences, or knowledge. One of them can disagree with the other without belittling the other.)
Really? Three years on Google’s hiring committee and many more years looking at interview processes. I’ve never heard of a company asking history questions to a coder. I’m sure some company out there has done this, but it’s not a wide spread thing at all.
Eh… what? I had one paragraph about his example being off-base, and then the rest was about his overall point.
I didn’t comment about his reference to my book because it wasn’t really core to his argument. So it seems a little silly to argue about one little point just because it’s an indirect reference to me, even when it’s…
Shouldn’t the person who wrote a book on interview prep be the first person to say “doing well in interviews is really all about prep” (and, therefore, terribly flawed)?
Logically, my bias should actually be the other way around. The amount of influence I have on companies’ processes is small. My advocating for whiteboard…
What a lovely pattern we have here.
Woman disagrees with the point of a piece of satire, and specifically starts off with saying they she understands the humor? She just can’t take a joke. She should go buy a book on humor! Lol.